Signs of optimism on fuel

Dec 27, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Wave

Because lists and predictions are in vogue and because "our memories are poor that only work backward" , I have put together a brief list of some positive transportation fuel news in 2012 and used my crystal ball to predict what's likely to occur in 2013.

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SpaceBlues

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Oh yeah, oil prices will continue to go down while Chevron CEO says risk of high energy prices is greater than risk of climate change.

Is this to way to behave under a raging climate change?
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Oil prices will continue to go up. They will slow down the production to maintain prices.
SpaceBlues

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Why, of course.
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So we do agree its a get your tax dollar hoax.Much like global warming cooling climate change.

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