How to Stop Oil Companies from Making Money From Our Fracking: Oil companies get the money they deserve
I spent years working with energy companies that were looking for ways to increase their revenue.
They made some deals to buy the most valuable oil in the world, and they were getting a lot of that money.
That was a nice thing, I guess, but it wasn’t really my job to make sure the oil companies didn’t get rich off of it.
But, at least for the time being, I did have a pretty good grasp of the rules.
I could ask the oil company, What’s the average price of oil in my region?
And they’d say, Oh, $50 a barrel, right?
But the industry really doesn’t pay that much for that kind of crude, so I could say, OK, you can make more money from the oil that’s actually available.
I don’t know about you, but I’d rather have a bunch of cheap, unprofitable oil in our market than a bunch more expensive, profitable oil that the oil industry is paying to use.
So that’s where the problem comes in.
The problem is that the industry doesn’t want to admit that there is a problem with the oil supply, or that the price of that oil is too low.
And if you don’t tell them that, they’ll say, Well, you know, it’s a temporary problem, but we need more crude to fill our tank.
They can’t afford to buy it back.
And that’s exactly what happens.
In some places, there’s been a huge increase in drilling, and there’s a huge spike in demand.
And the oil corporations don’t want that to happen, and it’s making it harder to sell more crude, because there’s no demand for it.
So there’s all kinds of problems with the supply chain that are really putting pressure on the price.
That’s why it’s so important for us to stop the oil price from going up.
And I’ve been talking about that for the last three years.
I want to get to the bottom of it, because if you want to stop oil companies from making money from our fracking, it has to start at the bottom.
We need to stop these companies from profiting from the exploitation of our planet.
And we can start by making sure that the companies aren’t making money at all by exploiting the planet.
So, here’s what I want you to do: 1.
Stop the oil prices from going down.
Stop oil companies that are profiting off of our fracking.
Stop companies like ExxonMobil and Chevron that are driving the cost of fuel down and the cost to our environment.
And lastly, I want everyone to stop buying the cheap, dirty, unproductive oil.