Category Archives: Oil companies

The Dodd-Frank Act has Wall Street fighting for the status quo


Wall Street is fighting back against new rules to limit the amount stock traders can buy. The rule is to prevent energy companies from buy in large bunk energy stocks, this process drives up the price at the pump. Although the Dodd-Frank act passed two years ago, it’s not fully […]

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Gas prices in 2012 could be at an all-time high…


Just when the economy is making a comeback, gas prices could hamper the recovery. In big, medium, and small states everyone could be paying $4.00 a gallon in the summer of 2012. The question to the high gas prices this summer is why everyone will be paying more? Is it […]

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California and the EU are leading the way for lower carbon emissions by 2020… big oil disagrees


The next generation must focus on clean energies in the future to help lower greenhouse-gas emissions. California and the EU (European Union) are creating legislation that leads to cleaner air by 2020, standing in the way is a common enemy; big oil companies. California a decade ago led the way […]

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Todays international corporations continue to sell their soul to the devils of the world.


I still remember the days of an honest buck, but in today’s world an honest buck is only for suckers. In August, the stock market went from doom’s day scenario to a stable market in one week. It seems like the only people making money in the stock market are […]

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