The truth about oil
- Turmoil throughout the Middle East …
- The world has not given up on their favorite fossil fuel
- Drive the price of oil up over $200 a barrel
We are going to tell you the truth about oil. There’s only so much oil in the ground – that’s what you’ve been told forever. However, just when you think oil production is slowing down somewhere it is increasing in another part of the world.
Soon the U.S. will become the top or number two producer of oil. What will happen is that turmoil throughout the Middle East is all about oil and not religion. Under the cover of religion or politics, the incursions into other countries are always about resources, especially oil.
The world has not given up on their favorite fossil fuel – oil. This is being reflected in sales of hybrid and electric vehicles slumping. When it comes right down to it most people would not give up their gasoline powered cars and trucks.
We see that skirmishes in the Middle East short-term could catch the world off-guard and drive the price of oil up over $200 a barrel. But once the Middle East has been redivided and conquered in other ways, the U.S. will announce huge outputs of oil and drive the prices right back down. Oil could crash very low into the under $50 a barrel range. It’s all supposed to be supply and demand, but how it really works in through smoke and mirrors and disinformation put out by governments.
QUESTION: What should readers take away from this message today?
ANSWER: That you own a gasoline powered vehicle that gets the best mileage it can so you are prepared for swings in oil prices.
QUESTION: Why is this information timely?
ANSWER: This information is timely because people seem to be enamored with hybrid vehicles, but that will prove itself to be a fad.
QUESTION: How can readers best apply this information to their lives right now?
ANSWER: People should be conservative in their consumption of fossil fuels for clean air reasons. Also, when you think you need a new car try to not just base your decision on what it looks like.
COMMENTARY: Oil is always about supply and demand. It’s about who’s controlling the supply and manufacturing demand. Oil is more like a weapon than a commodity. Since there’s no shortage of oil, it will remain the energy of choice for time to come. So even though there are better, cheaper, even free energy choices it will be oil that rules for the foreseen future.