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21 Nov by Fiona Unice

The Right Car Insurance for Your Needs

It is daunting to choose your car insurance. And at times, to get through with this, we just use the suggestions given by our family, friends or colleagues or perhaps, what we’ve seen in advertisements. But that is probably the least thing you wanted to do. Much like any other businesses, insurance companies whether it […]

20 Nov by Deena Elaina Tags: , , , ,

Ensure Car And Road Safety – Maintaining Your Car Lights

Pendant lights Brisbane is an exemplar of lighting that could be utilized over kitchen tops, dining tables, and even in the bathroom. Lighting is a crucial and fundamental component in interior design; hence it shouldn’t be an afterthought as lights come in various kinds, level illumination and purpose. Similar to indoor lighting, the lighting system […]

11 Nov by Iggy Gwenevere

Factors Prior to Purchasing Car Vacuum Cleaner

The air inside the car inhaled by the driver and the passengers are comparably more contaminated than the air outside. Air inside the car is truly dirty. This may not be a surprise especially when the car is not clean enough even if it is the rarest and most expensive car in the world. Or, […]

12 Oct by Dunstan Dawson

Which is Better? Commuting or Driving?

Choosing to drive or to commute is still debatable these days, especially in countries where there is a poor public transportation system, like the Philippines. People living in the said country, especially in the city, need to suffer commuting every day just to go to work despite the lack of roads, trains, and organization. This […]

11 Oct by Dunstan Dawson

Why People With Dementia are Prone to Car Accidents

Dementia, defined as a condition where a person experiences memory loss and inability to think properly, is very popular around the world, especially among older people. Years ago, it is not that prevalent. However, these days, a lot of studies show that in the succeeding years, as the population grows, it will be quite dangerous […]

1 Oct by Iggy Delma Tags: ,

What Makes Buying Used Cars Ideal

Used cars are definitely not old cars, junk cars or anything like it. People stop thinking of used cars that way. Used cars are as good as how a brand new car is. Here are the top reasons why you should buy and invest in used cars. 1 Depreciation This is what most consumers like […]

8 Sep by Brock Brady

Montreal En Race Index

Fifty years later, that estimate had tripled to 3 trillion barrels. In recent years, the concept of peak oil has been much debated. The peak oil theory is based on the fact that the amount of oil is finite. After peak oil, according to the Hubbert Peak Theory, the rate of oil production on earth […]

8 Sep by Brock Brady

Vancouver Index

When times are good and oil prices are high, oil-rich countries may prosper. When oil prices fall, as they inevitably do, an overreliance on the oil sector can leave a country in a perilous situation. Moreover, the oil industries of the petroleum- nationalistic countries often suffer from a lack of investment and heavily subsidized domestic […]

8 Sep by Brock Brady

Vancouver

The oil and gas industry is highly cyclical, and the cycles can last many years. In the 1990s, crude oil prices fell steadily and in the new millennium, the first few years saw steadily rising prices. The Great Recession put a damper on some experts’ prediction of $200 per barrel prices. Although the oil industry […]

8 Sep by Brock Brady

Toronto

Regardless of whether the peak has or has not been reached, oil and natural gas are an indispensable source of the world’s energy and petrochemical feedstocks and will be for many years to come. The difficulty in determining oil and gas reserves is that “true reserves” are a complex combination of technology, price, and politics. […]

8 Sep by Brock Brady

Toronto Index

By the mid-2000s, the main town in the oil sands region, Fort McMurray, was in the midst of a boom not unlike the gold rush booms of the 1800s. Housing and labor were scarce and the infrastructure was struggling to keep pace with the influx of people, companies, and capital. The development of the oil […]

8 Sep by Brock Brady

Vancouver Index

OPEC’s mission is “to coordinate and unify the petroleum policies of Member Countries and ensure the stabilization of oil prices in order to secure an efficient, economic and regular supply of petroleum to consumers, a steady income to producers and a fair return on capital to those investing in the petroleum industry.” Despite being a […]

8 Sep by Brock Brady

Toronto Index

Over the past decades, the large developed economies of the world have become net importers of oil and gas, giving rise to challenging geopolitical issues involving a diverse set of oil consumers and producers. The major oil- and gas-producing nations and their change in output over a decade. Countries like Angola, Brazil, and Kazakhstan have […]

8 Sep by Brock Brady

Index

When Colonel Edwin Drake struck oil in northwestern Pennsylvania in 1859, the first phase of the oil industry began. John D. Rockefeller emerged in those early days as a pioneer in industrial organization. When Rockefeller combined Standard Oil and 39 affiliated companies to create Standard Oil Trust in 1882, his goal was not to form […]

8 Sep by Brock Brady

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The oil and gas industry is one of the largest, most complex, and important global industries. The industry touches everyone’s lives with products such as transportation, heating, and electricity fuels; asphalt; lubricants; propane; and thousands of petrochemical products from carpets to eyeglasses to clothing. The industry impacts national security, elections, geopolitics, and international conflicts. The […]

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