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Post  AlleneCash on 10/14/2009, 21:59

Investing in oil and gas is turning out to be a profitable investment, what with the oil prices rising and its supply dwindling. Although it can give rise to huge profits, it’s not without risks. But understanding the risks associated with the investment can make it a healthy and safe investment.

How to make this investment? Investment in oil and gas sector can be made in two ways. One of the ways is to invest in exploration. This involves a bit of a risk but if you have the money and the willingness, it can shower you with huge benefits. As they say, the greater the risks, the better the rewards.

Another way of investing in oil and gas is by making oil company investments. This can be done by buying company stock or joining a mutual fund. Oil exploration requires a great deal of capital. So it is important to know what to expect from the area and the type of exploration that is to be done.

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Post  Jedi Joe on 10/14/2009, 22:11

What?
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Post  0001 on 10/14/2009, 22:16

Yes, I agree with you, Oil is a very profitable area to invest in. It is however sometimes difficult to get into. Lots of money flow through it, thats for sure.

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Post  PoWn3d_0704 on 10/15/2009, 13:42

Yea, I'd have to agree. I've been looking around for business and companies to purchase stock in... (taking a business class) and oil has a lot of money in it. Like, A LOT.

I have a friend, and when he was born about 15 years ago, his dad POURED money into Apple under my friends name.... Well, look at apple now. When, if, he ever sells those stocks, he will be rolling in cash.
I've
always been jealous of that.
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This is something to do...

Post  Cpt. Crinkle on 10/15/2009, 20:13

Something we should do is develop many ways of energy while we let oil run out. More renewable less pollutant energy. Like putting little kids on a treadmill hooked to electricity so they get excersise but also use their energy for something useful.

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Post  0001 on 10/15/2009, 20:28

Not just little kids, OSU actually has it's work out center rigged to generate electricity, and I think thats a brillient idea! Very Happy

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Post  Jedi Joe on 10/15/2009, 20:31

Yea, it's pretty smart. You can have your cake and eat it too.
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Yeah that would work.

Post  Cpt. Crinkle on 10/15/2009, 20:32

Acually at the 2008 track and field events in Eugene they hooked up excersise bikes up to the power system.

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Post  PoWn3d_0704 on 10/16/2009, 04:04

There are only two forms of alternate energy I believe will work long term.

Those are nuclear and hydrogen.
Hydrogen is already being used in california, thanks to the terminator. Google 'honda clarity'
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There is more...

Post  Cpt. Crinkle on 10/16/2009, 10:20

There is hydrogen, nuclear, wind, solar, and the use of magma acually for energy.

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Post  PoWn3d_0704 on 10/16/2009, 14:19

So... Wind won't work long term, because it's not dependable enough, and solar is for girls... (not poweful)
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We must use what we have

Post  Cpt. Crinkle on 10/17/2009, 18:47

You are not making much sense since nuclear will create more nuclear waste we cannot get rid of and the hydrogen system takes lots of energy just to convert it to energy.

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Post  Jedi Joe on 10/17/2009, 19:12

Solar energy is the bomb. It may not be that good yet, but they are making it more efficient.
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It's the most affordable

Post  Cpt. Crinkle on 10/17/2009, 21:09

Solar power is the most affordable since it allows people to put it on their roof and then they can sell the excess power back into the grid.

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Post  Jedi Joe on 10/17/2009, 21:43

Cpt. Crinkle wrote:Solar power is the most affordable since it allows people to put it on their roof and then they can sell the excess power back into the grid.

Exactly. The skeptics complain about it, yet they don't realize it can pay for itself when compared to our current electricity.
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Post  PoWn3d_0704 on 10/19/2009, 00:36

Okay.... No.
Nuclear has very little waste to it after you recycle it a few times... Plus, when your done, I'm sure the government will gladly collect it to make bombs.

Hydrogen is better than nuclear (for obvious reasons) so that is the true way to go.
They already have a hydrogen production car avalible in California and the car is amazing.
Decent power and a nice quiet engine.
Plus, the only thing that happens is water pours out of the tailpipe.
That's it.
ABL, you need to watch some of those Top Gears.
They go over this.
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The conversion

Post  Cpt. Crinkle on 10/19/2009, 16:31

The conversion from water to get the hydrogen is takes lots of energy.

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Post  PoWn3d_0704 on 10/19/2009, 17:46

So? It produces a ton.
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Post  Sgt Angry Egg on 10/19/2009, 18:13

Didn't this same topic (alternative energy sources) come up somewhere else?
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Post  PoWn3d_0704 on 10/20/2009, 23:55

Possibly... But this isn't too random... With us talking about oil and all.
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to solve this...

Post  Cpt. Crinkle on 10/21/2009, 06:59

To solve this we should burn up on the oil so people are forced to change.

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Post  0001 on 10/21/2009, 21:07

Cpt. Crinkle wrote:To solve this we should burn up on the oil so people are forced to change.

Time will make that come true, no worries. And Eggy is right, if we want to talk about alternatives to oil, we should prolly do it in the science area. Wink

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Post  PoWn3d_0704 on 10/29/2009, 00:00

No, it directly relaed to oil, we're good.

Plus, burning up all the oil isn't going to do anything. We need to discover the best way to produce energy *cough* hydrogen....

And slowly start moving our power grids towards these and hydroelectric, which (I'm pretty sure) runs sector 2 at the moment.
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Post  Cpt. Crinkle on 10/29/2009, 21:46

We forgot wave energy which is in the process of being built.

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Post  0001 on 10/29/2009, 21:48

Yeah, there are many a good alternatives to oil being developed currently, like wave, and hydrogen.

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