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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 10-21-2012, 11:43 PM Thread Starter
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Water Hauling slowing down

Seems that the water truck industry is slowing down from what I see. The company that I work for has slowed down around here considerably. They have trucks now in Ohio and West Virginia, but slow as molassas around here. Wait till they get these pump stations up and running piping water where it needs to go. I might be looking for another job. It's getting alittle scary now.thanks for reading

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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 10-24-2012, 01:35 AM
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From what I hear, it's going to be slow til 2014. That is when export should kick off and drive the price up a couple dollars, and is a sustained market....unlike Winter spikes.

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cool cant wait til 2014 $$$
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post #4 of 14 (permalink) Old 10-24-2012, 03:26 PM
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News is here 1/13 all heck is gonna break loose ....a bunch of leases are getting ready to expire
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From what I hear, it's going to be slow til 2014. That is when export should kick off and drive the price up a couple dollars, and is a sustained market....unlike Winter spikes.
So that's when energy independence starts for America...errr...I mean China...
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In my opinion, there is nothing wrong with exporting natural gas . We import oil????
If we export NG now, it will bring money into this country, this NG business. This money will help build infrastructer, pipelines, wells ..etc.....things to help this Country get switched over to useing our own energy.
As it stands now, their is no money to help with this.The Gov't is broke, NG prices in this Country are to low to supply enough money to build growth, funded by NG Companys.
There is nothing wrong with taking foriegn money for our NG as we use it to build our infrastructer..........after all.....we import their oil every day.

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“We are presently owned by a group of investors who don't think gas prices will ever go above $4 (per MCF),” Mr. McClendon was quoted as saying in a March 12 story. “I want to be owned by investors who live in a part of the world that believes gas prices will never go below $10.”
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In my opinion, there is nothing wrong with exporting natural gas . We import oil????
If we export NG now, it will bring money into this country, this NG business. This money will help build infrastructer, pipelines, wells ..etc.....things to help this Country get switched over to useing our own energy.
As it stands now, their is no money to help with this.The Gov't is broke, NG prices in this Country are to low to supply enough money to build growth, funded by NG Companys.
There is nothing wrong with taking foriegn money for our NG as we use it to build our infrastructer..........after all.....we import their oil every day.
Yeah, I understand and appreciate what you are saying. My dad and I argue about this all the time. My problem with it is that the infrastructure that will be built is infrastructure to pipe it out of here, which will drive the price up for Americans, meanwhile, our own infrastructure in converting power plants and vehicles to natural gas are still on hold? I don't get what the hurry is to sell natural gas to our greatest global competitor, China. I think the current balance is great right now. We have jobs, drilling, hauling, support, gas is affordable and the industry is being safe. I'm very nationalistic on this subject. This is our resource and we should exploit it AT HOME first. It's not happenening and I can't understand why...oh wait, I can...it's not about energy independence at all or America, it's about global profits for global energy giants at the expense of the American people. That's my 2 cents on that one...

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LDD hit the nail on the head.... Energy independence is what they sell he sheep. This country should be in overdrive in conversion to NG as a key fuel source. But remember your govt is owned by lobby groups and big industry, so their profits come before the countries needs..... Safe gas extraction, conversion to NG and other sustainable energy sources will give us more "energy independence" until then prep our children to fight some more Mid East wars to secure the corporate oil.....

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When the NG is exported it takes less infra structure. Take the NG from point A to B(via pipelines) then put onto ships and send it. Quicker return on their $'s. Now if NG was $10.00 then we would see less export and more domestic use. Return on investment rules.
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