5 Jaw Dropping Facts About the Permian Basin

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posted on Oct, 23 2013 @ 07:40 PM
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Bring a tent. Housing is at a premium, for sure....but depending on what you do for a living you can make a killing.

Check with the chambers of commerce and CVB's in the west texas area.




posted on Dec, 19 2013 @ 04:45 AM
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G,day mate. Sorry it has taken me so long to get back to you.
That is a nice looking beastie. we can get the chevs, dodges and f250 and f350 here in australia.
the fords come from both argentina and mexico.
word is the one's from the argentine are a better build quality.
The reason i asked the price is that down here they start at 86k and then just go through the bloody roof. try 128k for a f350.
have another ques. what is the price and quality of the toyota tundra and the nissan titan.
You see FORD and GM are closing down their production lines here, and it looks like toyota will be the only manufacturer left.
Plus with no one producing the iconic Aussie ute, i'm wondering what toyota might do.
dont like the unfolding situation as have always purchased wagons, sedan, and ute's from either FORD or the local GM division called holden, plus one mitsubishi local built sedan.
Take care Tex and keep yer powder dry


holden have exported vehs to the US of late, and a lot of the big two door FORD FALCON model xa/xb and xc 1970's coupes have been imported privately into the states.
Mate the back seat area was big we used to reakon you could hold a party in the back. lol



posted on Dec, 19 2013 @ 06:19 AM
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In other words we don't need a keystone pipeline because we have all the energy we need for the next 100 years right here within our own borders.

Something tells me the take from the Permian will be very small and like other finds left for future use.
No sense creating jobs and driving down domestic oil prices, ya know?
Oil companies have been dictating our foreign policy in the Middle East since WW2.
Come to think of it much of our domestic policy has their stamp on it as well.
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posted on Dec, 19 2013 @ 08:09 AM
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I have no real opinion on the Titan and Tundra. My understanding is that both are akin to the Dodge: pretty trucks, questionable durability. If you arent hard on your truck, it may not matter.



posted on Dec, 19 2013 @ 10:46 AM
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Asktheanimals
In other words we don't need a keystone pipeline because we have all the energy we need for the next 100 years right here within our own borders.

Something tells me the take from the Permian will be very small and like other finds left for future use.
No sense creating jobs and driving down domestic oil prices, ya know?
Oil companies have been dictating our foreign policy in the Middle East since WW2.
Come to think of it much of our domestic policy has their stamp on it as well.
edit on 19-12-2013 by Asktheanimals because: (no reason given)


The take is already strong. West Texas Gas cannot build enough pumping stations to handle the natural gas from the drilling currently being done, and much is just being burned off.

This article discusses how, despite seasonality, rig counts continue to climb (for 6 of the last 7 weeks).

marketrealist.com...

This means that they aren't shutting down for CHristmas. They are even uncapping old wells and using a co2 extraction process that is making billions for innovative oil companies.





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