There are oil tankers at anchor off the coast of Britain waiting for the price of petrol to rise before they dock and unload. Speculators are making a
fortune and it's reported that the value of the oil within the tankers may be rising by as much as £1million per day.
Residents say that some have been there for months, the daily profit increase more than covering their maintenance costs.
Personally I can see both sides. One, it's a bloody good idea; and two, it's skating around the edge of legality and laughing in the face of
consumers. I'm torn between the two to be honest, whilst I agree with entrepeneurial innovation, I despise bullies, and these middlemen are just
[edit on 19/11/2009 by Sendran]