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Who here thinks OIL/Petroleum is still relevant today and heading into the near future???

 
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05/17/2017 12:24 PM
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Who here thinks OIL/Petroleum is still relevant today and heading into the near future???
Then EXPLAIN THIS!
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Revenue decrease is shown in red.

China National Petroleum Oil and gas $299,271 Decrease 30.2%

Sinopec Group Oil and gas $294,344 Decrease 34.1%

Royal Dutch Shell Oil and gas $272,156 Decrease 36.9%

Exxon Mobil Oil and gas $246,204 Decrease 35.6%

BP Oil and gas $225,982 Decrease 37.0%

Total Oil and gas $143,421 Decrease 32.4%

Chevron Oil and gas $131,118 Decrease 35.7%
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05/17/2017 12:28 PM
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Re: Who here thinks OIL/Petroleum is still relevant today and heading into the near future???
The First Offshore Wind Farm in the U.S. Just Shut Down a Diesel Plant

RENEWABLES REPLACING FOSSIL FUELS

This is just one example of an overarching trend: all over, renewables are replacing fossil fuels on the power grid. Solar is now cheaper than fossil fuels, and experts believe that wind energy will also be competing with or beating fossil fuels in terms of cost within ten years. Even our military forces are making the most of renewables for field operations.
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05/17/2017 12:42 PM
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Re: Who here thinks OIL/Petroleum is still relevant today and heading into the near future???
t wind energy will also be competing with or beating fossil fuels in terms
lmao

Why do you think CERN is bombarding earth's core with neutrino's all the time? To speed up the production of abiotic oil!
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Re: Who here thinks OIL/Petroleum is still relevant today and heading into the near future???
t wind energy will also be competing with or beating fossil fuels in terms
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lmao

Why do you think CERN is bombarding earth's core with neutrino's all the time? To speed up the production of abiotic oil!


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