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Energy Transition Picks Up Steam

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Precisely when the world passes peak oil demand is still very much a contested debate, but the one thing that is clear is that many of the macro trends are negative for the oil industry.

Most recently, Chinese President Xi Jinping announced plans to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2060. While light on specifics, the pledge would carry enormous significance if Beijing follows through, and it is merely the latest in a series of high-profile developments that have added momentum to a shift away from fossil fuels.

If successful, China’s 2060 plan could avoid 0.4 to 0.7 degrees Celsius of additional warming.

Clean energy shift accelerates
By mid-century, China aims to phase out coal plants, and dramatically scale up solar, wind, battery storage, nuclear power and electric vehicles. A rough estimate from MIT said that if successful, China’s 2060 plan could avoid 0.4 to 0.7 degrees Celsius of additional warming. “Humankind can no longer afford to ignore the repeated warnings of Nature and go down the beaten path of extracting resources without investing in conservation,” President Xi said at the UN General Assembly on September 22.

The Chinese government will soon release its next five-year plan, which may fill out more of the details. There is no shortage of soft pledges and aspirational targets for decarbonization, but if Beijing is serious, the implications could be enormous. The largest greenhouse gas emitter – and one of the largest consumers of crude oil, natural gas, coal and many other commodities – intends to embrace a (relatively) rapid shift to renewables. Time will tell, but in the interim, China may move up its date for when it plans on reaching “peak emissions.” Its current target is 2030; the European Union has been pressing Beijing to move it up to 2025.

Meanwhile, signs of progress on energy transition continue to proliferate. California just announced plans to phase out the internal combustion engine (ICE), with plans to ban new gasoline and diesel vehicle sales by 2035. That policy is subject to political, regulatory and legal risk, but if successful, California will join the UK, France, Germany and more than a dozen other countries in laying out similar bans. Recent regulations put forward in the European Union would tighten emissions limits, which could translate to 60 percent of new vehicles coming in the form of EVs by 2030, up from 4 percent today. “Europe and China have woken up to the fact that [the combustion engine] is dead,” Arndt Ellinghorst, automotive analyst at Bernstein Research, told the Wall Street Journal. “Now, it looks like the U.S. is waking up.”

Government policies aimed at phasing out ICE vehicles undergird the shift towards electric vehicles on the corporate side, a trend that continues to gather momentum. GM, Volkswagen, Ford and many other automakers are spending billions to roll out new EV models. Cost trends are also favorable as the cost of producing batteries continues to fall. Analysts now believe that the average cost of battery packs to hit $100/kWh – a level viewed as cost parity with an average ICE vehicle – is drawing near. Battery costs could reach that critical threshold sooner than previously projected targets of around 2025.

The oil majors, to varying degrees, have begun a shift towards renewables.

Oil executives are no longer in denial. The oil majors, to varying degrees, have begun a shift towards renewables. BP recently said that the world has passed peak oil demand, and the British oil giant has plans to cut oil and gas production by 40 percent over the next decade while shifting capital into solar and wind. One of the largest private oil trading firms in the world, Trafigura Group, just announced a new $2 billion venture in renewable energy.

Poland pledged to wind down coal mining by 2049. While that move does not exactly position Poland at the leading edge of climate ambition, because Poland has consistently fought to protect coal mining and coal-fired power plants, the shift is notable.

“I’m optimistic, there is a momentum, and this way may well be a turning year for energy and climate change [although[ governments are sitting in the driving seat,” Fatih Birol, Executive Director of the International Energy Agency, said at a conference on September 28. “This is a very grim year, but I’m more optimistic than ever for the clean transition.”

A world in transition
Progress on renewable energy and initial moves by oil companies to transform themselves notwithstanding, the world still remains far off from hitting crucial climate targets. The IEA’s Fatih Birol cautioned that roughly half of the emissions reductions over the next few decades will need to come from technologies that are not yet commercially viable. Moreover, stated carbon pledges from oil companies only cover a tenth of global production.

A much larger portion of global oil production comes from national oil companies (owned by governments), who find themselves in an even deeper quandary. With shrinking revenues and mounting debt, NOCs are stuck trying to drill their way out of the latest downturn. Whether it is Pemex, Petrobras, Rosneft or Saudi Aramco, the way forward is unclear. NOCs prop up their governments, so much more is at stake than shareholder dividends. A clean energy transition is both necessary and incredibly risky at the same time.

Meanwhile, some believe the calls for the imminent demise of oil are overblown. JPMorgan said in June that the collapse of supply will lead to a price spike in the years ahead. If oil demand does not peak, the savage cuts to upstream spending will create a gap between supply and demand.

For now, though, capital markets are increasingly rewarding companies that are less exposed to the volatile oil market, while penalizing oil companies that are stubbornly sticking with growth plans. Energy makes up a small and shrinking share of the S&P 500, and it is difficult to view the removal of ExxonMobil from the Dow Jones as anything other than a sign of the rapidly changing times.

A new report from Moody’s Investors Services warns that the accelerating transition could threaten access to capital to oil and gas companies. “Among the long-term risks facing oil and gas companies today, access to capital and divestment trends will become increasingly important to their credit quality as energy transition reduces long-term demand,” Moody’s wrote.

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37 Comments on "Energy Transition Picks Up Steam"

  1. bochen787 on Tue, 29th Sep 2020 9:04 pm 

    This is the Chinaman’s Century, amerifuckers!

  2. im watching basic instinct now i confirm whitey supertard sharon stone whose IQ is over 150 was so poor she could not afford panties on Tue, 29th Sep 2020 9:18 pm 

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    she told us peons to wear face panties

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  3. Pakistan’s Prime Minister at UN: “This Assembly should declare an ‘International Day to Combat Kafirphobia'” on Tue, 29th Sep 2020 10:40 pm 

    muzz

  4. Theedrich on Wed, 30th Sep 2020 2:27 am 

    Salvation by “renewables” is utopian fantasy. Physics says no, no, no!  The snake-oilers keep promising more and more magic commodes for gullible, science-ignorant investors to flush their money down.  A stock market wizard is not a physicist or engineer, and is just as liable to ensnarement as any financial greenhorn.  Investment history is littered with the wrecks of severe losses to traps and Ponzi schemes similar to the current wishdream cult of windmills, eternal batteries, solar panels and other mirages.  The recent technique of claiming that every acre of a vast area of, say, the Bakken, will produce as much profit as one or two tiny “sweet spots” within it is an example of such baiting.  Politicians commonly get swept up in the hysteria to dive into the miracle water “before it’s all gone,” and outdo one another in their promises to squander taxpayer money on such “investments.”

    Again and again, serious analysts (Gail Tverberg comes to mind) have concluded that the United States and the world as a whole have exhausted the resources necessary for continuing the ride on mankind’s gravy train.  From here on out, it’s contraction, excuses and international theft or robbery.

    Naturally, Mr. Average Joe does not want to hear this.  His misery must be due to the current leadership, which must be overturned.  Ergo, out of the frying pan and into the fire!

    That is the story of evolution.

  5. Cloggie on Wed, 30th Sep 2020 3:54 am 

    “Salvation by “renewables” is utopian fantasy. Physics says no, no, no!”

    I’m a graduated physicist from the 5th university in the world (according to the good people of Singapore, there are more Anglo-friendly rankings from Anglo sources.lol)…

    https://worldresearchranking.com/

    …and I can tell you that renewables are anything but Utopian. Physics says yes, yes, yes!

    https://deepresource.wordpress.com/2017/08/08/energy-problems-what-energy-problems/#jp-carousel-61294

    The total amount of fossil and nuclear energy consumed throughout history is a small fraction of the annual solar influx + wind derivative.

    An area the size of Bulgaria plastered with solar panels would suffice to replace the entire global primary energy needs:

    https://deepresource.wordpress.com/2018/12/29/the-scale-of-the-global-energy-transition/

    Here is a blueprint for a 100% renwable energy base for Germany, coming the world’s top minds from the Fraunhofer Institute:

    https://deepresource.wordpress.com/2017/09/16/blueprint-100-renewable-energy-base-for-germany/

    But it would be very strange, to say the least, if Europe, after all science and technology central, would have embarked on a 2050 100% renewable energy strategy, without thorough consideration.

    “Again and again, serious analysts (Gail Tverberg comes to mind) have concluded that the United States and the world as a whole have exhausted the resources necessary for continuing the ride on mankind’s gravy train.”

    Gail Tverberg is merely an accountant. Maybe she is right about the financial aspects of fracking, she has not a clue about physics or energy technology. Egalitarian Americans have way too much respect for opinions, ventilated by laymen (Richard Heinberg and James Howard Kunstler being prominent examples), and way too low respect for the opinions of people who dedicated their entire lives to the energy topic.

  6. Abraham van Helsing on Wed, 30th Sep 2020 5:05 am 

    “Salvation by “renewables” is utopian fantasy. Physics says no, no, no!”

    I agree 100%!

    I’m a certified physicist from the 5th most popular virtual online university in the world (according to the good people of Singapore, there are more Anglo-friendly rankings from Anglo-fantasies.net ..lol)…

    …and I can tell you my fantasy’s are 100% Utopian. Psychiatrist’s says yes, yes, yes!

    The total amount of energy consumed throughout my worthless history is a small fraction of the annual spam influx + gassy wind shooting out my ass.

    An area the size of Bulgaria plastered with my spam would suffice to replace the entire global fertilizer needs:

    Here is my bullshit for a 100% fantasy energy base for Upper SLobovia, coming from the world’s top mind from the clogghaufer Institute:

    Me. Cover Missouri with Solar panels and robot cars.

    But it would be very strange, to say the least, if the cloggo, (me) after all science and technology they’ve tried to teach me here w/o success, would have embarked on 100% unreality based acid-trip, without thorough consideration.

    “Again and again, serious analysts (LOL not me comes to mind) have concluded that the United States and PO.com as a whole have exhausted their patience with me, but I continue the ride on an unmoderated sites gravy train.”

    Empire dave is merely an loud-mothing Ozark butthole. Maybe he is right about the financial aspects of goat herding, he has not a clue about Aldolf Hitler, or Moon-base construction. Brain-dead Americans have way too much respect for opinions, which like assholes, everyone has one. Except me. Ventilated by (Empire Davy, and zero Juan being prominent examples), and way too low respect for the opinions of people who dedicated their entire lives to trolling topics. Also me.

  7. Cloggie on Wed, 30th Sep 2020 5:13 am 

    About the myth of Anglo academic supremacy:

    https://deepresource.wordpress.com/2020/09/30/world-university-research-ranking-2020/

    Sneak preview of the world to come after empire.

  8. Cloggie on Wed, 30th Sep 2020 5:38 am 

    Here a good illustration of how Americans think about renewable energy:

    https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2020/09/the_real_cost_of_wind_and_solar.html

    The “American Thinker”, an adventurous concept if there ever was one, discusses renewable energy and come to the conclusion to completely denounce it. Without any reference, The Great Thinker claims that the price of renewable electricity is 8 cent per kWh, without any reference to back up that claim. The truth is that today, European construction companies accept tenders for solar parks in the desert for between 1-2 cents per kWh:

    https://deepresource.wordpress.com/2020/04/29/more-solar-price-erosion-abu-dhabi-2-gw-1-24-eurocent-kwh/

    Even worse, the article writes off renewable electricity, because, you see, the supply is intermittent. End of story.

    While this intermittency is true, it is NOT the end of the story. You must be really an amateur if you bring up the subject of renewable energy generation, without bringing up the subject of STORAGE. The article has zero refs to storage, probably because it is out of the grasp of the author.

    Everywhere on the planet, academic and industrial groups are working to solve the last missing link of renewable energy and that is cheap storage, probably hydrogen or one of its many derivatives.

    https://deepresource.wordpress.com/2020/06/05/nel-hydrogen-announces-350-kw-electrolyser/

    But inline what has been said above about the alleged Anglo academic supremacy, in reality the US has completely missed the renewable energy boat, one of the many factors in the current decline and eventual demise of empire.

  9. Cloggie on Wed, 30th Sep 2020 2:56 pm 

    Swedish company wants to bring back sail boats for mass transport:

    https://deepresource.wordpress.com/2020/09/30/oceanbird-or-the-return-of-the-sailship/

  10. peakyeast on Wed, 30th Sep 2020 6:37 pm 

    But we will still poison all our foods. Empty the oceans. Destroy the wildlife and forests on land. Eradicate the oxygen production.

    But we will have enough energy to do this…

    Great !

  11. DT on Wed, 30th Sep 2020 10:30 pm 

    There is absolutely no such thing as renewable energy. There is energy and entropy. Period.

  12. makati1 on Wed, 30th Sep 2020 11:07 pm 

    SHHHH DT, You are not allowed to educate the dumbed down serfs here. The PO snowflakes freak out when exposed to real facts and reality.

    I know you are correct, but then, we are educated, not brainwashed.

  13. Cloggie on Thu, 1st Oct 2020 7:28 am 

    There is absolutely no such thing as renewable energy. There is energy and entropy. Period.

    Oh, the sheer depth of American intellectualism! The “reasoning” goes as follows:

    1. There is energy
    2. There is entropy

    (in itself correct assessments, douze points so far. DT could have added “there is horseshit”, “there is tax returns”, “there is 2+2=4″… and with every “there is…”, DT would score one intellectual goal after another, all the while DT congratulating himself for his outstanding intellectual achievement).

    Then comes the Giant Leap for Mankind, when DT “concludes”:

    3. Renewable energy doesn’t exist, end of story.

    That “end of story” could be interpreted as wishful thinking and a inner uncertainty about the validity of his “findings”, since there is absolutely no relationship between premises 1 and 2 and conclusion 3.

    “3” is merely an ukase and more proof that most Americans are simply unable to think out of the fossil fuel box (oil drum rather).

    SHHHH DT, You are not allowed to educate the dumbed down serfs here. The PO snowflakes freak out when exposed to real facts and reality.

    I know you are correct, but then, we are educated, not brainwashed.

    And then the other American chimes in approvingly, with the intellectual baggage that comes with a life spent on the scaffolds at building sites.

    Again, this time slowly, for my American friends, too many to enumerate…

    https://deepresource.wordpress.com/2020/04/29/more-solar-price-erosion-abu-dhabi-2-gw-1-24-eurocent-kwh/

    The French company EDF has accepted to build a 2 GW solar park in the desert of Abu Dhabi, provided it can sell every kWh from said park to the government of Abu Dhabi for 1,24 eurocent. Solar conditions in Abu Dhabi are extremely predictable. A high school student can do the following calculations. For EDF the park costs a lump sum x, fairly easy to calculate. They will probably use 25 years as calculation base. They know rather accurately how much solar radiation will descend onto the park, that outside the fence has two metal connects, a plus and a minus pole, delivering a variable voltage V(t) and current I(t). Multiply those and you get the power:

    P(t) = V(t).I(t)

    Next you integrate the power over a year to arrive at the annual energy E:

    E = INTEGRAL(P(t), 0, 365)

    Next you multiple E with 25 and you have the total amount of energy over 25 years, after which (in theory) the park will have been written off (in reality it will function for another 25 years or more, “for free” at at least 80% capacity)

    Finally you divide financial lump sum x by E, to arrive at 1.24 eurocent/kWh.

    Almost too cheap to meter.

    The more significant cost will be conversion of surplus electricity into some sort of storage. But fortunately, a lost of that electricity can be pumped into the grid, as most electricity is used during the day, the time the sun shines.

    With the electricity from the park you can do EVERYTHING. Like building new solar or wind parks or have the lights on or the airco’s or “fuel” the e-vehicles, with huge batteries, that can excellently serve as a major short term storage medium.

    Hope this helps.

  14. Cloggie on Thu, 1st Oct 2020 7:45 am 

    A few solar irradiation data from around the global:

    Nigeria (equator, fairly constant, minimum august):

    https://www.researchgate.net/figure/Daily-global-solar-radiation-and-clearness-index-for-Abuja_fig1_273360511

    Abu Dhabi, more North, max JUL about twice as high as min in JAN:

    https://www.researchgate.net/figure/Monthly-average-daily-GHI-for-Abu-Dhabi-from-selected-sources_fig1_268805466

    Australia, with a minimum during the (Eurasian) Summer:

    https://i1.wp.com/solarfeeds.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Fig-1-Annual-Solar-PV-Installations-in-Australia-2018.png?resize=715%2C302&ssl=1

    The point to make is that in the global energy system of after 2050, when carbons will have been largely replaced by hydrogen, to begin with in Europe (where else?), you can come up with a global distributed hydrogen production system that won’t need that much of storage anyway, certainly not the famous 41% annual consumption, like you would need if you confine production AND consumption to a place like, say, Holland.

    Instead oil tankers, errr hydrogen, ammonia, methanol, ethanol, formic acid, iron powder or whatever tankers will cross the Seven Seas from places where it happens to be Summer at that moment, towards places where it happens to be Winter at that moment.

    Northwest Europe is too densely populated to be covered with endless solar arrays. The good news, it doesn’t need to. We only need a certain minimum where we can survive upon in times of need (war, pandemics) and outsource the rest to the third world at competing prices and finally let the locals finally touch some serious money.

  15. Abraham van Helsing on Thu, 1st Oct 2020 12:41 pm 

    Denmark has just given the finger to the US and approved the completion of North Stream through its waters:

    https://www.rt.com/business/502233-denmark-nord-stream-operations/

    “Full stream ahead! Denmark removes final hurdle for Russian gas pipeline to Europe”

    Greece and Turkey deescalate over gas reserves near Cyprus:

    https://www.spiegel.de/politik/deutschland/nato-griechenland-und-tuerkei-vereinbaren-schlichtungsmechanismus-a-fecf0b9c-b489-4a81-9a9b-38507008b763

  16. DT on Thu, 1st Oct 2020 2:10 pm 

    So called renewable energy is nothing more than building out more industrial civilization. At scale building enough wind and solar to power humanity and industrial needs is an fantasy. The raw materials needed are huge. Every thing built out over the past 20-30 years is now in need of scraping and replacement. Over time rinse and repeat.

  17. The investigative authorities are concerned over the statements of the Third National Council President and FPÖ boss Norbert Hofer about the Koran. The Vienna Public Prosecutor’s Office has made a request to the National Council to consent to on Thu, 1st Oct 2020 2:24 pm 

    more jizya whitey supertard sebastian kurtz?
    china has same problem? no …..they harvest

    official prosecution, the APA learned from the House

  18. Abraham van Helsing on Thu, 1st Oct 2020 2:56 pm 

    Ted Cruz rubs it in:

    “TED CRUZ TELLS CNN: “TRUMP BROKE YOU GUYS”
    Slams Joe Biden for wanting to shut down America.“

    You can think about Trump what you want, but at least his dethroning of the media has been a monumental achievement with farreaching consequences for US society and paving the way for a solution of the JQ.

  19. 3gd gona croak prety soon on Thu, 1st Oct 2020 3:12 pm 

    beter be friend with uncle sam

  20. bochen787 on Thu, 1st Oct 2020 3:22 pm 

    Three Gorges Dam will last another 10,000 years….

    Let’s make a TheLongNow bet… I will put 100 e-Yuan in escrow…

  21. zero juan on Thu, 1st Oct 2020 3:29 pm 

    Asshole toll JuanP:

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    3gd gona croak prety soon said beter be friend with uncle sam

    The investigative authorities are concerned over the statements of the Third National Council President and FPÖ boss Norbert Hofer about the Koran. The Vienna Public Prosecutor’s Office has made a request to the National Council to consent to said more jizya whitey supertard sebastian kurtz? china…

    DT said So called renewable energy is nothing more than bu…

    DT said https://www.azfamily.com/video/on-your-side-invest

    DT said https://www.cfact.org/2019/09/15/the-solar-panel-t

    UN: 22 countries, none from the Islamic world, condemn China’s treatment of Muslims said perfect sense muzz offer up themselves for harvest…

    Davy said Yergin is a commie spy. And he needs a haircut.

    zero davy said Asshole troll Davy: Michael P Byron said WHY does…

    IFuckCanadaPoliticiansInTheAss said Hello StarvingLion. I read your post. I will stop…

  22. zero davy on Thu, 1st Oct 2020 8:33 pm 

    Asshole luantic toll daVVee:

    bochen787 said Three Gorges Dam will last another 10,000 years …

    3gd gona croak prety soon said beter be friend with Uncle Sam

    The investigative authorities are concerned over the statements of the Third National Council President and FPÖ boss Norbert Hofer about the Koran. The Vienna Public Prosecutor’s Office has made a request to the National Council to consent to said more jizya whitey supertard sebastian kurtz? china…

    DT said So called renewable energy is nothing more than bu…

    DT said https://www.azfamily.com/video/on-your-side-invest…

    DT said https://www.cfact.org/2019/09/15/the-solar-panel-t…

    UN: 22 countries, none from the Islamic world, condemn China’s treatment of Muslims said perfect sense muzz offer up themselves for harvest…

    Davy said Yergin is a commie spy. And he needs a haircut.

    zero davy said Asshole troll Davy: Michael P Byron said WHY does…

    IFuckCanadaPoliticiansInTheAss said Hello StarvingLion. I read your post. I will stop…

  23. REAL Green on Thu, 1st Oct 2020 11:50 pm 

    We want are mommy

  24. bochen787 on Fri, 2nd Oct 2020 12:09 am 

    Trump injects CIA biovirus to avoid debates

    https://mobile.twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1311892190680014849

  25. Philippine troops rescued a man who was held captive by suspected Abu Sayyaf militants after he managed to escape during a gunbattle, the military said Thursday. on Fri, 2nd Oct 2020 12:11 am 

    peace news

  26. makati1 on Fri, 2nd Oct 2020 2:15 am 

    And you are saying? Meanwhile: This statistic displays the number of murders in the United States by state. Data includes murder and nonnegligent manslaughter. In 2019, the number of murders in California amounted to 1,690 victims.” ONE state out of 50.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Murders_in_the_United_States_by_year

    Not to mention murders in foreign countries by the terrorist US over the past decades.

  27. zero juan on Fri, 2nd Oct 2020 4:20 am 

    Nightly lunatic with the asshole JuanP

    Philippine troops rescued a man who was held captive by suspected Abu Sayyaf militants after he managed to escape during a gunbattle, the military said Thursday. said peace news

    bochen787 said Trump injects CIA biovirus to avoid debates https:…

    REAL Green said We want are mommy

    zero davy said Asshole luantic toll daVVee: bochen787 said Three…

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    Abraham van Helsing said New vid David Davis Hanson – Is America’s co…

    Abraham van Helsing said The disgusting Maybrit Illner of the 2nd German Te…

  28. zero davy on Fri, 2nd Oct 2020 6:10 am 

    Morning lunatic with the asshole Davy:

    Philippine troops rescued a man who was held captive by suspected Abu Sayyaf militants after he managed to escape during a gunbattle, the military said Thursday. said peace news

    bochen787 said Trump injects CIA biovirus to avoid debates https:…

    REAL Green said We want are mommy

    zero davy said Asshole luantic toll daVVee: bochen787 said Three…

    supertards please change ur underwear after 5 days said public service announchemnet

    Abraham van Helsing said New vid David Davis Hanson – Is America’s co…

    Abraham van Helsing said The disgusting Maybrit Illner of the 2nd German Te…

  29. Lego on Fri, 2nd Oct 2020 6:22 am 

    The cheese is made fresh everyday.

  30. zero juan on Fri, 2nd Oct 2020 6:49 am 

    zero davy on Fri, 2nd Oct 2020 6:10 am

    Morning lunatic with the asshole Davy:

    Philippine troops rescued a man who was held captive by suspected Abu Sayyaf militants after he managed to escape during a gunbattle, the military said Thursday. said peace news

    bochen787 said Trump injects CIA biovirus to avoid debates https:…

    REAL Green said We want are mommy

    zero davy said Asshole luantic toll daVVee: bochen787 said Three…

    supertards please change ur underwear after 5 days said public service announchemnet

    Abraham van Helsing said New vid David Davis Hanson – Is America’s co…

    Abraham van Helsing said The disgusting Maybrit Illner of the 2nd German Te…

  31. zero davy on Fri, 2nd Oct 2020 7:22 am 

    zero juan on Fri, 2nd Oct 2020 6:49 am

    zero davy on Fri, 2nd Oct 2020 6:10 am

    Morning lunatic with the asshole Davy:

    Philippine troops rescued a man who was held captive by suspected Abu Sayyaf militants after he managed to escape during a gunbattle, the military said Thursday. said peace news

    bochen787 said Trump injects CIA biovirus to avoid debates https:…

    REAL Green said We want are mommy

    zero davy said Asshole luantic toll daVVee: bochen787 said Three…

    supertards please change ur underwear after 5 days said public service announchemnet

    Abraham van Helsing said New vid David Davis Hanson – Is America’s co…

    Abraham van Helsing said The disgusting Maybrit Illner of the 2nd German Te…

  32. zero juan on Fri, 2nd Oct 2020 7:58 am 

    fuck face JuanP:

    zero davy said zero juan on Fri, 2nd Oct 2020 6:49 am zero davy…

    bochen787 said What all this contain China bullshit. USA has 900…

  33. zero davy on Fri, 2nd Oct 2020 10:38 am 

    zero juan on Fri, 2nd Oct 2020 7:58 am fuck face JuanP…

    zero davy said zero juan on Fri, 2nd Oct 2020 6:49 am zero davy…

    bochen787 said What all this contain China bullshit. USA has 900…

  34. zero juan on Fri, 2nd Oct 2020 10:45 am 

    From the Asshole JuanP:

    zero davy said zero juan on Fri, 2nd Oct 2020 7:58 am fuck face J…

    On This Day… Oct 02, 2019: Paris, France A convert to Islam suddenly knifes four co-workers to death: 4 Killed said peace news

    whitey supertard president trump is convicted said he has to take muzz-19 soon this muzz-19 contains…

    bochen787 said Trump injected himself with the CIA biovirus to sk…

    bochen787 said CHINA

  35. zero davy on Fri, 2nd Oct 2020 11:34 am 

    From the Asshole Davy:

    zero juan on Fri, 2nd Oct 2020 10:45 am

    zero juan on Fri, 2nd Oct 2020 7:58 am fuck face J…

    On This Day… Oct 02, 2019: Paris, France A convert to Islam suddenly knifes four co-workers to death: 4 Killed said peace news

    whitey supertard president trump is convicted said he has to take muzz-19 soon this muzz-19 contains…

    bochen787 said Trump injected himself with the CIA biovirus to sk…

    bochen787 said CHINA

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