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Opec Failed To Agree To Pump More

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Maybe they can't pump anymore and/or maybe they want to keep it for themselves rather than swap it for paper promises that will never be honoured.

Many oil producing states seem to have a quaint idea these days that it would be beneficial to use the oil themselves to increase their own standards of living.

Very interesting times.

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Looks like the plateau has officially started; good news if you are waiting for a HPC I guess!

Oil Prices Rise

Homes closer to places of work and Public Transport links may do better than big, old houses in the sticks..

The Oil Plateau has been around since about 2006. Luckily there was a big recession in 2008 so we didn't notice too much.

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Maybe Chavez and Imadinnerjacket want/need to keep more dollars than Saudi does.

In any event Iran are setting themselves up to be the next Libya.

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The Oil Plateau has been around since about 2006. Luckily there was a big recession in 2008 so we didn't notice too much.

hmm so a plateau except when its not, marvellous

i do believe they are experiencing a similar equities plateau in Japan thats lasted since 1990, except for the falling years due to the odd recession

Edited by georgia o'keeffe

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