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Will Obama approve the keystone Pipeline



According to Powerman. Barack "Drill Baby Drill" Obama is a huge advocate to oil and gas.

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accnodefense
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re: Will Obama approve the keystone Pipeline


No, he no longer has to run for re-election





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DEANintheYAY
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Rumor has it he will now that the election is done. Might complicate things with Susan Rice more though since her and her husband own $600k worth of stock in the company building it. This project needs approval of the state department.





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Powerman
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According to Powerman

I'm right about 90% of the time

You would do good to listen to me

I never claimed that Obama was all about oil and gas. I claimed that the industry is booming despite throngs of morons like you claiming that he has destroyed the industry.






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DapperDan
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No. He needs to keep paying off Buffett.





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Powerman
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Might complicate things with Susan Rice more though since her and her husband own $600k worth of stock in the company building it.

Seems like that would make it more of a shoe in that it definitely gets built if anything







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DapperDan
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quote:

I'm right about 90% of the time


You and Rex. peas in a pod!






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LSUwag
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the industry is booming


They're drilling on private lands. The Fed has done nothing to address the energy issue.






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Powerman
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re: Will Obama approve the keystone Pipeline


The industry is still booming





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Federal Tiger
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re: Will Obama approve the keystone Pipeline


We currently have 50 deepwater rigs working in the GOM. That's the most we have ever had in deepwater.





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CP3LSU25
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The industry is still booming



once again in spite of obama. What don't you get?

You are to damn stubborn to admit it.






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Zach
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The Pipeline was a fight between 2 Dem groups... environmentalists and union workers. UAW told me 6 months ago that he got a union newsletter that explained the deal. They said Obama will block the pipeline until the election to avoid pissing off the enviros. Then, after he wins he will allow the pipeline to mollify the unions.

So, if he doesn't OK the pipeline now it means he's a true believer of the enviro left and it means he told a huge lie to the unions.






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Cold Pizza
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You are exactly right. I say the greens win this one, not because Obama favors them over unions, but because doing so will hurt a bunch of red States. Chicago politics.





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LSUgusto
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We currently have 50 deepwater rigs working in the GOM. That's the most we have ever had in deepwater.
That's good to hear. I'm going down to Cameron, La. in a couple of weeks, and I will take another picture of the "boneyard" to see if there's any difference from a few years ago. Of course, I don't think they're deepwater rigs, but it's still viewed as an indicator of activity in the northwest GOM.



This is what it looked like then:






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Powerman
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once again in spite of obama.

I'm not giving Obama credit for it and I never did

My opinion which is 100% motherfricking on spot is that he isn't killing the industry like many idiots claim.






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Powerman
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There are several other large deepwater rigs currently in construction for GOM as well

The future is deepwater

I would say the one that we're building right now is probably going to produce more than all of those in the boneyard combined if I had to guess. Those things look puny






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islandtiger
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Not exactly. All offshore activity is on public waterbottoms (state/fed) and much of the oil and gas boom out west is on federal land (BLM/FS).





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cwill
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It will definitely happen.





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cwill
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They're drilling on private lands. The Fed has done nothing to address the energy issue.


The most meaningless talking point trotted out this election season.






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kingbob
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Seems like that would make it more of a shoe in that it definitely gets built if anything


This, we gets her rich, she lies for him on the world stage. That's how politics works.






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