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April 02, 2009


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drilling rigs

its all about supply and demand.

oilfield equipment

its the traders trading it up and down.

energy stocks

Good post.Thanks for your information..

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Every evening the national and local news would talk about the price of gas going up. Just hours later you could drive thru town and see the prices go on on the signs in front of the stations. I often wondered if nothing was said how fast would they have gone up. The prices went up so fast and it makes me wonder why when the price of oil started dropping it took so long to show at the pump. And it didn''t drop near as fast as it went up!

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