Should Gasoline, and other petroleum products undergo an federal tax?
Peak oil will approach within 15 years and it up to us to be ready and/ or conserve the petroleum to length the time between now and peak oil
so peak oil is 15 years away is it, says who, OPEC, I suppose, and they would, its in their interest to say that, well sit down and get the soother ready mate, in 2004 an ex Shell executive said "we reached peak oil in 2002, world wide, the USA reached peak oil domestically in 1995". OPEC and most oil companies openly said he was wrong, Shell was silent, so that has frightened you, well he went on, "by 2025 at the latest it will cost $us200.00 a barrel just to get the oil out of the ground, and that means petrol in the USA will cost $5.00 a liter" and unless I've completely forgotten my high school maths, that what, around $18.00 a gallon, thats the future if he was right, but everyone can do something about it, there are ways, I run a car for 7c a liter on fuel, but I make it.
by Gary Anderson5 years ago
Worried about the price of gas? Our oil companies aren't. They export oil in the SF Bay and in April will start exporting West Texas Intermediate (WTI) from the Gulf of Mexico. http://www.businessinsider.com/the-asto...
by Heuchera7 years ago
I tried the heavily-advertised Olay 7-in-one and got great results on my skin, but then found two reasons to ditch it: 1) it contains petroleum products; and 2) the gunk that it left behind made my shower slimy,...
by Tony Lawrence6 years ago
Is nobody going to call Peter Schiff on his "I pay 50% tax" crap?Recently, Peter Schiff marched into OWS and confronted demonstrators, claiming that he pays 50% of his income to taxes. Unfortunately, the...
by arizonataylor5 years ago
Should America drop gasoline taxes when prices are high?
by ngureco4 years ago
Why are Americans calling petrol “gas”? What do they call the real “LPG” gas?
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