Crude Oil Slips for a Second Day

- April 26th, 2011

Bloomberg reports that Oil plunged for a second day.

Bloomberg reports that Oil plunged for a second day.

The market news is quoted as saying:

Oil for June delivery settled at $112.21 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Prices have gained 33 percent in the past year. Yesterday, futures touched $113.48, the highest intraday price since Sept. 22, 2008.

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2 responses to “Crude Oil Slips for a Second Day

  1. Madame Figueres and her fellow rent-seeking kleptocrats are the ones who should go away. Coal power is clean, safe, reliable, steady, affordable and scalable. It is the most economical source of electric energy. A modern coal plant emits little air emissions except water vapor and carbon dioxide.

    Carbon dioxide from power plants and other human sources does not cause global warming. Carbon dioxide is naturally recycled into carbonate rock. Limestone (CaCO3) is an example. You and the other kleptocratic UN Ponzi schemers should find something useful to do, rather than acting out a monstrous lie.

  2. Madame Figueres and her fellow rent-seeking kleptocrats are the ones who should go away. Coal power is clean, safe, reliable, steady, affordable and scalable. It is the most economical source of electric energy. A modern coal plant emits little air emissions except water vapor and carbon dioxide.

    Carbon dioxide from power plants and other human sources does not cause global warming. Carbon dioxide is naturally recycled into carbonate rock. Limestone (CaCO3) is an example. You and the other kleptocratic UN Ponzi schemers should find something useful to do, rather than acting out a monstrous lie.

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