Re: gas prices


There are a lot of problems with that argument.  I'll only mention two.  The pipeline was proposed in 2008 and since then, we significantly increased our imports from Canada. 

Also, the oil we would get from that pipeline is a much heavier grade of oil than Russia exports so it isn't an equivalent replacement. 

I won't go into the other problems with the argument.


On 3/11/2022 9:23 AM, Dave Grossoehme wrote:

Hi:  Shutting down the Keystone gas line didn't help this problem either.


On 3/7/2022 4:36 PM, Brian Vogel wrote:
Gasoline (and other fuel) prices are skyrocketing everywhere.  When I listened to the news last night it was said that this has been the fastest escalation in gas prices since tracking began.

Gasoline always goes up during "vacation season" in the USA, but the war in Ukraine has had a hugely destablilzing effect on the world in general and energy commodities markets in particular.  It's gonna get much worse before it gets better, that's a certainty.  And most of that is due to "irrational doom" rather than true, huge changes in oil availability like we saw, for instance, during the Arab oil embargo of the early 1970s.  Russia doesn't account for more than a drop in the proverbial bucket of US oil consumption, but it accounts for a lot more of total oil and gas consumption in Europe.  The ripple effects from Europe losing, or intentionally cutting itself off from, the Russian energy market will travel around the world.

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