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Anti-pipeline fight heats up

March 19 “Burnaby Mountain, British Columbia, Canada” People blocked tree cutting equipment, slated to clear the way for Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion, that would bring oil from Alberta’s tar sands to the port of Vancouver. These actions were done by autonomous individuals unaffiliated with environmental ngo’s, currently engaged in a week of symbolic actions. Six people were arrested Follow this struggle

62 Comments on "Anti-pipeline fight heats up"

  1. JuanP on Thu, 22nd Mar 2018 8:29 am 

    Boardtard, You continue writing illiterate, unintelligible comments. Do you realize that you can’t form sentences well enough to communicate your thoughts properly? What license do I have? The only license I have is a driver’s license! LOL! What is denigrade? I am not familiar with that verb! LOL! Why do I have to leave? I don’t want to go anywhere right now! Do YOU have a problem with that? Sorry, it’s YOUR problem, not mine! LOL! Who do you want me to compete with and why? Sorry again, I have no need or want to compete with anyone, so I won’t! Who do you think is inferior to me? YOU? Maybe you have a low self esteem problem. I don’t consider you inferior to me, just different and less fortunate! I am quite probably smarter and better educated than you are, but that doesn’t make me superior to you, so please stop feeling inferior! LOL! And, you do realize that I am not responsible for my intelligence or education, so I can’t take any credit for that. I was born smarter than most; I didn’t make myself smarter. And my family paid for the best education that money can buy, so I can’t believe myself superior for that either. I am sorry to disappoint you! LOL!

  2. MASTERMIND on Thu, 22nd Mar 2018 8:34 am 


    Like I said I have submitted the evidence and it hasn’t been refuted. You live in jesus fantasy land! And my family was blue collar middle class. And I make over 30k a year so technically I am in the one percent globally. Only thing I have going against me is my 100k in student loans. But i wont have to pay most of those back when society collapses.

  3. MASTERMIND on Thu, 22nd Mar 2018 8:42 am 


    I feel sorry for you really. You have to spew long winded word salads of hate and disgust, to people you don’t even know. And squeal about peoples grammar who could care less. I have bigger issues to worry about like the end of the world approaching. Have a nice day. And you are going to die a horrible and painful death in the next decade. One way or another..

  4. JuanP on Thu, 22nd Mar 2018 9:00 am 

    Slavemind “Like I said I have submitted the evidence and it hasn’t been refuted. You live in jesus fantasy land!”
    LOL! You have, without a doubt, submitted irrefutable evidence that you are a brainwashed, functionally illiterate, ignorant, arrogant fool. You still haven’t explained to me why you imagine that I “live in jesus fantasy land”, though. Please explain this to me; I honestly can’t understand this. Do you suffer from hallucinations, too?

  5. JuanP on Thu, 22nd Mar 2018 9:09 am 

    Slavemind “JuanP
    I feel sorry for you really. You have to spew long winded word salads of hate and disgust, to people you don’t even know. And squeal about peoples grammar who could care less.”
    Thanks for your thoughts. I feel so much better now! LOL! I do undertand your envy at my capacity to write well and express my thoughts properly. The only reason I point out your illiteracy, ignorance, and stupidity is that you keep claiming to have a “MASTERMIND” and a good education, regardless of the fact that your total incapacity to write a proper sentence proves otherwise. Do you realize that nobody can believe you are smart or well educated if you can’t write properly in the only language you can “communicate” in?

    Anyway, I am on my way to do some useful work, but I will be back to play with you later. Have fun!

  6. BobInget on Thu, 22nd Mar 2018 11:32 am 

    Today: CVE cut back on production because of stupid low prices offered Canadian producers.

    All Canada should follow this example.

  7. GregT on Thu, 22nd Mar 2018 11:40 am 

    “It is the usual apples to apples things with these guys. Let’s exaggerate and embellish to make a point of view large and robust and then claim victory.”

    How do you figure that talking about collapsing economies has anything at all to do with claiming victory Davy?

    Victory for whom?

  8. BobInget on Thu, 22nd Mar 2018 11:43 am 

    W/O TransMountain OR CanadaEast Canada is a captive supplier.

    Today a Yemeni missile (made in Iran) just missed
    a Saudi choke point. If Yemen gets lucky, or Iran supplies more accurate missiles, either KSA production or shipping will be disrupted.

    If President Trump gets his way. Some or all Gulf
    military protection is lifted, The Yemeni will sink
    a few tankers. Remember, w/o additional Canada/US pipelines we is Fing screwed.

  9. BobInget on Thu, 22nd Mar 2018 11:55 am 


    GOM Peaked… title

    George Kaplan wrote the article in Peak Oil about GOM. He is calling for GOM to have peaked in 2017. STEO has it slightly growing in 2018 and 2019.

    Hello George Kaplan
    How are you?
    When will the peak oil and peak gas for Gulf of Mexico?

    George Kaplan
    Ignored says:
    03/21/2018 AT 1:13 PM
    Gas peaked several years ago, oil I’m going to say last year.

  10. BobInget on Thu, 22nd Mar 2018 12:06 pm 

    A typical shale well peaks in the first few months of operation;

    Description (Thunder Horse)
    The field is being developed by BP plc and 25% partner ExxonMobil[1] It is the largest offshore production platform in the Gulf, with a processing capacity of 250 thousand barrels per day (40×103 m3/d) of oil and 200 million cubic feet per day (5,700,000 m3/d) of natural gas, and the field is believed to hold in excess of 1 billion barrels (160×106 m3) of oil.[2] Actual production approached capacity in March 2009, but started to decline soon after that.[3]

    Discovery and development
    The Thunder Horse discovery well was drilled in 1999 on Mississippi Canyon block 778. It was drilled to a depth of 25,770 feet (7,850 m) from the drillship Discoverer 534, hitting three intervals of oil.

    A second well was drilled in block 822, 1.5 miles (2.4 km) southeast of the initial discovery, reaching a depth of 29,000 feet (8,800 m) in November 2000 and also encountered three primary intervals of oil.

    In February 2001 a new field known as Thunder Horse North was drilled in block 776, approximately 5 miles northwest of the original field. This well reached 26,000 feet (7,900 m) and again met three intervals of oil.[citation needed]

    Actually developing the field was a major technological challenge due to the depth of the find. Not only are the distances large, but at such depths the formations holding the hydrocarbons create pressures over 1,200 bars (120 MPa) and temperatures of 135 °C (275 °F). Prior to Thunder Horse, no field had ever been developed at such a depth.

  11. Cloggie on Thu, 22nd Mar 2018 4:25 pm 

    “As I said, Americans need to stop seeing their vehicles as penis enlargers.”

    Plenty of that going on in Europe. Take a trip down the autobahn.

    Anecdotal fake news.

    Some figures:

    “Daily gasoline consumption in liter per capita around the world”

    USA – 4.4
    Canada – 3.6
    Japan – 1.2
    Russia – 0.9
    Holland – 0.9
    Germany – 0.8

  12. Kenz300 on Fri, 23rd Mar 2018 1:49 pm 

    Investing more money in fossil fuels is a bad investment.

    Fossil fuels are the past. Smart investors invest in the future.

    How long before these investments lose money and go broke.

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