In a stunning turnaround, oilpatch profitability 'has probably never been better'

Nick Danger

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I've been reading that a lot too, Suncor, who I worked for indirectly up until just recently, is listed as a hot buy on stock advisory sites, some even going to far to say it's a "buy and hold" stock for the long term. That kind of flies in the face of the overall push to reduce our reliance on fossil fuels, but hey, if the stock market was easy to figure out we'd all be rich.
 

petros

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I've been reading that a lot too, Suncor, who I worked for indirectly up until just recently, is listed as a hot buy on stock advisory sites, some even going to far to say it's a "buy and hold" stock for the long term. That kind of flies in the face of the overall push to reduce our reliance on fossil fuels, but hey, if the stock market was easy to figure out we'd all be rich.
One more time. Hydrocarbons.

If you stop calling them fossil fuels and start calling them hydrocarbons you are no longer "using fossil fuels".

Where do you think the hydrogen for "green energy" is going to come from? Pine cones?
 

B00Mer

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One more time. Hydrocarbons.

If you stop calling them fossil fuels and start calling them hydrocarbons you are no longer "using fossil fuels".

Where do you think the hydrogen for "green energy" is going to come from? Pine cones?

Change the narrative like the Green Nut Bars from Global Warming to Climate Change
 

taxslave

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I've been reading that a lot too, Suncor, who I worked for indirectly up until just recently, is listed as a hot buy on stock advisory sites, some even going to far to say it's a "buy and hold" stock for the long term. That kind of flies in the face of the overall push to reduce our reliance on fossil fuels, but hey, if the stock market was easy to figure out we'd all be rich.
The push to quit using fossil fuels only comes from those with a vested interest in taxpayer subsidized alternative fuels.
 
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