• 1999 Vol Oil Companies Energy
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    Trevor MacKenzie Black Gold the Texas Tea In this paper I will touch on topics of oil prices, the demise and growth of oil companies large and small and international oil regulators, natural oil deposits and their locations and life expectancy, and the future of the oil industry and all it effects. I have chosen to write on this topic because of personal interest in the worlds biggest resource, oil. In past years I have thought of how the modern world revolves around certain elements and ideas, ...
  • Drilling For Oil In The Arctic Wildlife Refuge
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    The question of whether to drill for oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge stands clearly on the energy issues table. The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is a 1. 5 million-acre parcel of wilderness area bordering the Arctic Ocean to the north and the Trans-Alaska Pipeline to the south. The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is currently off limits to oil exploration and production. Because of the ecological hazards How much oil is in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge In May 2000, the Energy...
  • Oil Prices Economy Iraq Global
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    Iraq war: the spiral ling effects on world economy In the next few weeks, the struggling global economy may be put to the test if Washington chooses to invade Iraq. There are many risks involved in bombing Baghdad, the most important being a spike in oil prices. With oil prices already over $30 a barrel, the increased pressure has been put on the global economy as more money is spent on importing oil. Should the United States attack Iraq, there is a real possibility that the Middle East oil ship...
  • Great Lakes Directional Drilling
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    Around the mitten shaped state of Michigan, five gigantic lakes encompass the coast. Providing a spot for vacationers, fisherman, and much wildlife, the Great Lakes are the pride and joy of Michigan. The history of the lakes stretches back thousands of years, where glaciers carved the lakes out of bedrock. These lakes provided a surplus of food and access to easy travel for settlers hundreds of years ago. People around the Great Lakes area appreciate the diversity of wildlife, scenery, and rarit...
  • Alaskan Oil Drilling Anwr Jobs America
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    Alaskan Oil drilling: To drill or not to drill? For a drug addict to quit a drug, the best solutions for the addict would be to slowly wean them self off the drug periodically. America can be viewed in a parallel way on its dependency for oil. America needs another source of oil to slowly lessen its overwhelming dependency on foreign oil and to help the process of finding another mass energy source. The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge better known as the ANWR is a rich treasure of oil and gas th...
  • Change Your Oil Filter Engine Changing
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    How to Change the Oil in Your Vehicle Why should you change your oil? Everybody should change their oil in their vehicles whether or not they do it themselves. Changing your oil yourself is not very hard and saves you money. Changing your oil is very critical. In fact, manufacturers recommended that you change your oil at least every 3, 000 miles. You will increase the engine life of your car. The oil is what keeps the engine lubricated. When oil gets old it becomes dirty which causes friction....
  • Chevron United States
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    Chevron Chevron is the second largest producer of oil in the Gulf of Mexico. It is the third largest producer of oil in the United States and 24 other countries. Their production worldwide has been quoted as 1. 4 million barrels of oil and gas a day. Chevron's products are transported over land by pipeline and tankers, and over water by barges. The headquarters for this huge corporation is in Houston, Texas, but they also have offices in California, London, Singapore, Mexico, and Moscow to name...
  • How Oil Price Affect World Economy
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    1. Introduction The price of oil becomes the bone of contention recently. Oil price seems to be hitting new highs with the regularity of a metronome. It is a bad news for customers who have to pay more on it. More frightening still, this situation may get worse before it come back to normal. No one can exactly predict when the pendulum will soon swing back again since all uncertain factors existing. From the supply side of view, the OPEC is the main producer, being prepared to add or subtract p...
  • The Early Petroleum Industry In The Us
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    The Early Petroleum Industry in the United States Ancient Egyptians used bitumen for embalming, the Assyrians used it in building, the Chinese for heating and lighting, and for centuries fishermen have used it to make their boats watertight. Naturally, man being what he is, was not content to let well alone, and soon petra- oleum (rock oil) and its associated products were being used in many delightful ways to cripple and annihilate his fellow men. The famous 'Green Fire' was used in various for...
  • Million Acres Oil Exploration Anwr
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    Oil drilling in Alaska, good energy policy or bad environmental plan? The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska has been the subject of heated debate. Members of Congress are trying to open a section of land to oil exploration and development. When eight million acres of ANWR were set aside as wilderness, 1. 5 million acres were designated for review by the DOI to recommend future management of high potential oil resources. In 1987, the DOI recommended that this 1. 5 million acres, known as...
  • Cause And Effect Pollution
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    Pollution has been a threat to the world for a long time. Many people think about it, but dont know what they can do about it. It is affecting many things and must be reduced. Is there anything you can do As the population of the world increases, so does the pollution. Many forms of transportation are used worldwide today. As long as these transports run on fuel, they will always emit pollution. The exhaust from cars, planes, and boats have become one of the major polluters of the world. With t...
  • Iraqi Oil Iraq Food Security
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    It is easy to see why DWI would like to consider Iraqi oil reserves for its exploration, drilling, refining, and transport. Iraq has become a popular country for there oil. Over the past decade since the 1991 Gulf War, many companies from over 12 countries have been signing deals to develop the Iraqi oil reserves, as part of the limited United Nations 'Oil-for-Food' program. Many of these companies were from Russia and France, and both countries keep their Iraqi oil concessions for financial rea...
  • How To Keep Your Car Running L
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    "How To Keep Your Car Running Like NEW." Automobiles are Americans 2 nd biggest investment after real estate and how to keep your car running at top conditions becomes a very important knowledge everyone should know about... The major components of a car consist of engine, transmission, brakes, suspension, and tires... Today I am going to teach you the audience how to change your motor oil Engine - Change spark plugs about once every 10, 000 to 15, 000 miles or roughly about a 12 months worth of...
  • Anwr Oil Drilling Region Coastal Crude
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    Destruction of the Environment or Over-Zealous Conservation Introduction: With the 2000 Presidential election looming and both candidates in a near deadlock, Al Gore and George W. Bush have been forced to take stands on some very tough issues that affect the lives of everyday Americans. One of these decisions is what to do about the recent escalating crude oil prices. Many people believe that the candidates should promise to open up the strategic crude oil reserve until the prices stabilize. Oth...
  • Affect Upon Societies By Risin
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    The point of the abstracts is to show how different societies can be affected by the same economic factor - rising oil prices. Countries, that I am going to present in the light of this question can be divided on two categories: oil-importers and oil-exporters. The following abstracts will be guided by this division. Oil-exporters Many of these countries have their economies based mainly on oil export, which makes them highly dependent on their resources on one hand, and give certain political b...
  • Process Essay How To Change
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    How to Change Your Oil Frequent oil changes are the best preventative maintenance the home mechanic can give the engine, because old oil becomes contaminated and or burnt, which leads to premature engine wear. Performing simple maintenance such as changing the oil can save hundreds of dollars over time, as well as building self-confidence in one s mechanical abilities. Changing the oil is a simple, but very important process. It involves draining then refilling the oil and changing the oil filte...
  • Economic Factors Of The Oil And Gas Industries
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    The economy is affected by many factors that determine if it is strong or weak. These factors have to do with buyers consuming goods and services and at what rate they do this. Do the goods and services that are consumed by people created wealth, jobs and a better overall economy for a country. Throughout history some economies have evolved faster and stronger than others. Policies that the government places on industry, technology and the environment can all affect the prosperity of an economy....
  • Changing The Oil Of A Car
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    Changing the Motor Oil of a Car In a perfect world, one would be able to buy a car and never have to worry about changing the motor oil. Unfortunately, we don't live in a perfect world, and we are recommended to change the oil every three thousand miles. The motor oil of a car is very important to its performance and lifespan. It is a very simple task, and yet many people fail to do it. There are two different ways to go about changing your car's oil. You can either take it to be done for you a...
  • How To Change Your Motor Oil
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    You may have a car or drive a car, but you maybe don! t know how to change your motor oil by yourself. You need to change your motor oil every 3, 000 miles or every 3 months. However, you may want to do it more often if you " ve been driving in very hot or dusty conditions. First you need get ready and prepare for change your motor oil. You need pair of gloves. This way you don't get oil on your hands or dirt under your fingernails. Wear old clothes to perform the oil change because no matter h...
  • Informative Speech How To Change Your Own Oil
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    Student: Instructor: Course: Title: How to Change Your Own Oil Specific Purpose: To inform my audience how to change their own oil cheap, safely and efficiently. Central Idea: The three main things that are most important when changing your own oil are having the proper materials, following the correct procedures, and taking precautions for safety as well as knowing where to properly disposing of your used oil. What would you do with an extra hundred dollars a year? I mean, I would probably go t...