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Gender: male
Age: 113
Consoles Owned: PC, PS3, PS2, Xbox 360, GBA, 3DS
Video Games Played: TF2, Planetside 2, Fallout, Pokemon, Bioshock
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Date Signed Up:1/19/2012
Last Login:2/26/2015
Location:California
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#167 - That still doesn't fully answer his question though. How will… 02/17/2015 on I'm still ok with this 0
#558 - It's really not any different from any other medium. Popular =… 01/28/2015 on Studio Ghibli 0
#204 - Oil Prices aren't falling solely because of OPEC, the reason w…  [+] (3 new replies) 01/23/2015 on political awearness -2
User avatar #318 - commontroll (01/24/2015) [-]
Sure, in a round about way that's why it's lowering. But it's really because OPEC doesn't like that frakking, tar sands, shale oil, and Russia's new giant oil field are so productive, so they're driving prices down to make these new wells and methods go belly up. Unfortunately for them, other than Russia, the countries with these methods have plenty of other ways of making money (or in the case of Norway, they're incredibly wise with their spending) than just oil. OPEC nations are almost entirely run with oil. Meaning while our industry will suffer a bit (which sucks for me here in Houston) for a while, their entire nation will suffer, and requires oil prices to be higher to balance the books than our companies need it.

So it's an fascinating war of attrition going on, I'm interested in seeing what happens.
#231 - anonexplains (01/23/2015) [-]
The only reason oil production was increasing in the US was thanks to fracking and oil shale. Since OPEC has cut prices so much on their oil, it's undermined those fracking companies who can only be profitable when oil is about 90-100+ dollars a barrel.
User avatar #319 - commontroll (01/24/2015) [-]
To be fair, OPEC countries can only stay out of horrible debt when oil sells for about 110 bucks a barrel. And I think for fracking it's about 80 bucks a barrel if I remember correctly. And even still our oil companies still have other sources still in the mean time. This could end up bad for a while, but eventually OPEC will have to stop this move, and then fracking will resume again.
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