Category Archives: US Oil

In No Way Does Impeachment Reverse the Results of 2016

In No Way Does Impeachment Reverse the Results of 2016 Everybody expects that Trump will remain President since 20 Senate Republicans are not going to vote for impeachment. Even if Trump’s reelection support drops to 35% and the Senate dumps … Continue reading

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Economic Reasons to be Cautious With Iran

Economic Reasons to be Cautious with Iran The Saudi government and people, the Persian Gulf nations, and the world economies and nuclear powers definitely don’t want a war with Iran. The Saudi’s and the Gulf states must be shocked that … Continue reading

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Articles about Saudi Arabia and World, US, and California Oil

During the last year I have been writing articles about Middle East and Saudi oil, and the strait of Hormuz.  California has been 15% dependent on Saudi oil, and may be affected by the recent oil field and refinery fires … Continue reading

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Human Breakouts as Enhancements of Climate Change

Human Breakouts as Enhancements of Climate Change We have been warned of several possible tipping points that may occur from climate change.  They are physical or chemical in origin, or involve atmospheric or oceanic flows.  But there are also human … Continue reading

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Trump’s Policies Led to the GM Plant Closures

Trump’s Policies Led to the GM Plant Closures Two of the cars discontinued in the GM plant closures are the fuel economy cars the compact and high mileage Chevy Cruze, and the plug-in hybrid Chevy Volt.  GM said that they … Continue reading

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Background Economics of Saudi Arabia

Background Economics of Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia has a population of 33 million.  Its GDP is $708 billion, but in purchasing power parity, PPP, it is $1.80 trillion.  Per capita income in PPP is $55,260. The oil is owned by … Continue reading

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Saudi and Persian Gulf Oil Among US and California Oil Imports

Saudi and Persian Gulf Oil Among US and California Oil Imports While our relations and the world status with Saudi Arabia and the Persian Gulf are now being examined, that is far beyond my field.  I will just examine our … Continue reading

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Complete Personal and Household Costs of a National Carbon Tax

Complete Personal and Household Costs of a National Carbon Tax It was pointed out to me that just considering personal transportation and household energy left out coverage of all non-personal equivalent CO2 emissions in our economy.  It is direct to … Continue reading

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