Skype Room Chat – February 21, 2013

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NOTE:  There were no worthy posts on Feb 19th and Feb 20th to add to this Archive.

February 21th is today’s post.  We visit with one of our most favorite “old time” Hack Gurus…. None other than (famous in his own mind) Okie Oil Man!

We also discuss some recent comments and speculation by Randy Koonce! Enjoy!

THIS IS THE POST FROM OUR SKYPE ROOM CHAT ON FEB 21th:

[2/21/2013 1:44:30 PM] MarcG.: 2-21-2013  Intel Guru OKIE_OIL_MAN    GOOD THURSDAY AMERICA, SHIP’S AT SEA AND ALL OUR WORLD WIDE FRIENDS. HISTORICALLY IN THE PAST I HAVE GIVEN INTEL A Continue reading

Skype Room Chat – Jan 30th, 2013

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January 30th is today’s post.  Mostly quiet today, I think everyone is in a “wait” mode right now, so not much was being talked about.  We will see rhetoric from the likes of OCrush.

Note:  I highlighted all of MarcG’s comments in “Green“.

THIS IS THE POST FROM OUR SKYPE ROOM CHAT ON JAN 30th:

[1/30/2013 4:30:38 PM] MarcG.: CHECK OUT MY FRIENDS….FROM OCRUSH….Ocrush Update #3

Cousin just answered another one of my questions.  I asked him where we

are at with the hcl law?  His response…. it is Continue reading

The Mideast's Awakening Energy Giant Iraq Progresses toward a Future Built on Oil Wealth

HAT TIP:  The IQD Team


By Bernhard Zand

Scott Nelson/ Focus/ DER SPIEGEL
When the US toppled Saddam Hussein in 2003, few people imagined that it would take another decade before the Iraqi oil industry was rebuilt. Now, progress is finally being made, and the country’s massive reserves could bring untold wealth. But before that happens, Baghdad needs to improve security and get corruption under control.

There’s a fine line between being snubbed and humiliated — and no one in Iraq knows this better than Hussein al-Shahristani.

Two executives from the world’s largest private energy company, ExxonMobil, are sitting and waiting in the outer office of Baghdad’s most powerful Continue reading