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7,700 gallons of oil spilled at NJ Refinery

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November 05, 2012 – Comments (2)

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2012/11/05/7700-gallons-oil-reportedly-spilled-from-phillips-66-bayway-refinery-in-new/

But go ahead.....Continue to believe that we don't need to release the Strategic Petroleum Reserves.

Everything is going FINE in New Jersey and New York.....

Nothing to see here...

Nothing to see here....

Turn around and go back to your homes....

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#1) On November 05, 2012 at 2:18 PM, chk999 (99.97) wrote:

The SPR is crude oil, which is stored in four locations on the gulf coast. It would have to be taken out of the salt cavern, sent to a refinery, cracked and reformed into gas or diesel and then shipped to the northeast.

Meanwhile tankers with refined products are outside the NY harbour and being unloaded into barges.

 

What exactly is the SPR going to accomplish again? 

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#2) On November 05, 2012 at 2:26 PM, L0RDZ (83.10) wrote:

What's wrong  Var ??? 

gas prices  are  down  across most of america,  our savior  the government  if  i'm not mistaken  has  agreed  to borrow and spend its  way  into getting  gas  for  first responders and activity  at  re-fueling stations  has  been  brisk  to  distribute fuel  out  to  get  resold.

We  are  drowning  in oil,  if  anything  we  need to buy and build  up  our  strategic  reserves   as  the price  of  oil comes  down  as  it should.

Nothing to see other than  the devastation mother nature  from time to time shows to tell us  who is  really  the boss.

Nothing as  bad  as  the tsunami's  that  killed  hundreds  of  thousands  in  the  Asian part of  the world around christmas  a  few  years  ago  and  nothing  as  bad  as  what  had  happened  in  Japan  with the  nuclear  reactors  going Chern-no-bill  and  leaking  radiation.

If anything we need to build  up  our  places and infrastructures  so as  to hold  more  reserves  as  well as  to have  places  to safely  store  oil  and  other vital  resources  so that  when  devastation  does come,   while  the people may die,  at least we  can make safe the precious oil.

Forgive my sarcasm...

But all seems quiet at least  in my neck of the woods, other than governmental interferance into my rights  to life, liberty, and the pursuit of  happiness.

 

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