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  1. tyldesley_white

    Tommy Robinson

    How do you deport a British citizen and thats a genuine question
  2. tyldesley_white

    Huddersfield grooming gang

    Catholic church
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    Huddersfield grooming gang

    here's one that had his sentence reduced this week, I didn't see anyone on here screaming about it. https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-45875275
  4. tyldesley_white

    In Or Out Again

    Does Cyprus have a good Friday agreement ?
  5. tyldesley_white

    In Or Out Again

    Maybe the path of least resistance
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    Saudi Consulate Disappearance

    The Saudis have both Take a look at this it explains it very well https://oilprice.com/Energy/Crude-Oil/A-Detailed-Guide-On-The-Many-Different-Types-Of-Crude-Oil.html
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    Saudi Consulate Disappearance

    Its both but you are right about the sulphur , that is what is killing the Canadians at the moment . You are right on the North see oil and WTI, middle east is mainly heavy
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    Saudi Consulate Disappearance

    the price of oil per barrel is the dictating factor say $40 a barrel but costs $50 to get it out of the ground it will stay there, now if its say $80 to 90 ( as its bouncing between now) then out its comes and that's always a gamble remember from finding a field ( offshore) it can take anywhere between 8 to 12 years before you get first oil, that's a lot of time for things to go pear shaped. Most of the oil majors are investing in those other alternative technologies. We are always going to need oil we are a hydro-carbon born generation unless we can get it another way maybe by using plant waste but for the foreseeable future we are going to need to live
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    Saudi Consulate Disappearance

    unfortunately or for me fortunately all oil is not created equal. Extracting it is not really the issue its refining it, different grades of oil need to be refined differently. heavy oil is a bastard
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    Saudi Consulate Disappearance

    We ( I mean the world) as plenty to go at yet .... there is plenty off field at the moment that are not commercially viable ( that's not to say in years to come it will become viable) fields that 20 to 30 years ago cost to much are now being put into play with new technology , mainly horizontal drilling and large multiply sub sea templates tied back a single platform or a FPSO . The Saudis' are looking into solar power
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    Saudi Consulate Disappearance

    Will not happen in your life time
  12. tyldesley_white

    Meanwhile In America ...

    Democratic mayor and governor ?
  13. tyldesley_white

    Saudi Consulate Disappearance

    Its said they had been turned off
  14. tyldesley_white

    Saudi Consulate Disappearance

    Rouge Killers says the Don https://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-45863334
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    In Or Out Again

    But also said our arse's would go, mine didn't on that NO announcement ... did anyone's else arse go on that bomb shell ?
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