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Originally Posted by *sludge* hehe, maau nuon boss, anam anam naman nuon mayu unta ma balik bisan duol2x lang sa sauna, hehe murag dili najud ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by *sludge* View Post
    hehe, maau nuon boss, anam anam naman nuon mayu unta ma balik bisan duol2x lang sa sauna, hehe
    murag dili najud makabalik sa una boss...tanaw lang nako ha, naa ra na sa USD75-80 ang pinaka taas karon nga year.

    mas piligro man gud ug saka dayun ang presyo, kay tagak jud dayun inig naog.

    pero sige paman ang drilling activities karon...huwata ang Iran kay mag boom na sila sugod karong tuiga.
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    Pohon... In God's time.

    But remember, nagka tiguwang nata. If sige tag huwat unya sayang ra ang panahon hinuwatay, dako kaayo ta ug alkanse.

    Dili na mabalik ang na usik nga panahon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pepponeskie View Post
    murag dili najud makabalik sa una boss...tanaw lang nako ha, naa ra na sa USD75-80 ang pinaka taas karon nga year.

    mas piligro man gud ug saka dayun ang presyo, kay tagak jud dayun inig naog.

    pero sige paman ang drilling activities karon...huwata ang Iran kay mag boom na sila sugod karong tuiga.
    more bad news sa oil industry boss. ang china by 2020 man guro toh ila na phase out ang mga petrol cars. so muubos ang demand for sure ana boss. tagak napud ang oil prices. more countries will follow sad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalsuperman View Post
    more bad news sa oil industry boss. ang china by 2020 man guro toh ila na phase out ang mga petrol cars. so muubos ang demand for sure ana boss. tagak napud ang oil prices. more countries will follow sad.
    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-n...-idUSKBN1F016C

    makuhaan ug supply, no doubt...pero they still need to feed those power plants.

    tibuok kalibutan man sd gud apektado basta ang oil monaog, tanang trabaho ma apektuha regardless asa nga field...so controlado jud na nila regardless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pepponeskie View Post
    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-n...-idUSKBN1F016C

    makuhaan ug supply, no doubt...pero they still need to feed those power plants.

    tibuok kalibutan man sd gud apektado basta ang oil monaog, tanang trabaho ma apektuha regardless asa nga field...so controlado jud na nila regardless.
    power plants boss they are converting to nuclear. base sa news they are constructing additional 20 reactors until 2020 and gradually making more reactors until coal and fuel power plants will be phased out. mao na gyud ila direction. so future is not bright for oil gyud.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalsuperman View Post
    power plants boss they are converting to nuclear. base sa news they are constructing additional 20 reactors until 2020 and gradually making more reactors until coal and fuel power plants will be phased out. mao na gyud ila direction. so future is not bright for oil gyud.
    well, we do not know...they know nga kung down ang oil, ma down man sad tanan...that's a fact jud hinoon. its just like committing suicide.

    ang latest recession kay tungod nag oversupply ang oil sa market kay walay pu-as ug extract ang mga nasod, mao na nga ga limit ang mga OPEC og non-OPEC sa ilang output, and they are controlling it. sila ra may ga duwa2x ana karon, kay mga dagkung nasod man sad na sila.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalsuperman View Post
    ... until coal and fuel power plants will be phased out. .
    It's highly unlikely ma phase out ang coal, especially sa Philippines. Currently there is a surge of new coal fired power plants being built here. This might be OT, but advanced chemical engineering make sure that pollution from new coal plants are diminished and more environmental friendly, according to international standards.

    Plus, the Earth has enormous supply of coal. Oil might become cheap, but so far electricity cost may either stabilize or increase.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Bernard View Post
    It's highly unlikely ma phase out ang coal, especially sa Philippines. Currently there is a surge of new coal fired power plants being built here. This might be OT, but advanced chemical engineering make sure that pollution from new coal plants are diminished and more environmental friendly, according to international standards.

    Plus, the Earth has enormous supply of coal. Oil might become cheap, but so far electricity cost may either stabilize or increase.
    Matod pa sa akong Amerkano nga kauban ug trabaho nga taga Louisana ug Houston, si Trump kuno nag open ug mga trabaho sa US kay ga mina gihapon ug coal...mao daghan daw naay trabaho karon sa US.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Bernard View Post
    It's highly unlikely ma phase out ang coal, especially sa Philippines. Currently there is a surge of new coal fired power plants being built here. This might be OT, but advanced chemical engineering make sure that pollution from new coal plants are diminished and more environmental friendly, according to international standards.

    Plus, the Earth has enormous supply of coal. Oil might become cheap, but so far electricity cost may either stabilize or increase.
    ang coal guro. i was refering to petrol man boss. and sa china which is the largest consumer of petroleum mao na maka cause silag shift sa petrol prices gyud. its not going to be pretty in a few years sa oil industry. china's government has the political will to do it. although other parts of the world there will still be demand.
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    mga mego unsa nay balitas opsyur karon? murag mingaw paman kaayu... sayang ang panahon cge tag hulat, hinay hinay natag pamutos

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