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Old 01-22-2021, 09:45 AM   #41
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TIME to get back to discussing ETI opening a Texas branch and OFF of pipelines. There are other sites to discuss that.


Thank you.
expensive gas= diminished RV sales demand= NO Texas plant to worry about and the possibility of an overextended ETI mothership in fickle economic times

a pretty straight line connecting price of gas and viability of driving a few hundred miles a week for fun with an RV
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Old 01-22-2021, 09:46 AM   #42
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More to the point, cancelling XL pipeline and destroying domestic oil production as well is going to drive up gasoline prices and THAT will impact people who do many miles hauling with gas guzzler's for recreational pursuits.
in a year or so there will be a glut of 3 year old RV's and pickup trucks on the market as the price gets back up around and likely more than $3 a gallon
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expensive gas= diminished RV sales demand= NO Texas plant to worry about and the possibility of an overextended ETI mothership in fickle economic times

a pretty straight line connecting price of gas and viability of driving a few hundred miles a week for fun with an RV
Keystone XL was always intended to get Canadian Oil to ocean ports (Gulf of Mexico) for export out of North America. It's cancelation will have no impact on the supply of gasoline in either the US or Canada.
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Old 01-22-2021, 10:39 PM   #43
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It would be nice to have more Escapes in the pipeline!
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Old 01-22-2021, 10:40 PM   #44
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expensive gas= diminished RV sales demand= NO Texas plant to worry about and the possibility of an overextended ETI mothership in fickle economic times



a pretty straight line connecting price of gas and viability of driving a few hundred miles a week for fun with an RV
Paul, Donna was trying to be polite by suggesting we get back on topic. Please take the hint. Thanks.
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