17 Burst results for "Hundred Barrels"
"hundred barrels" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"But there is still an element of European resistance to what America is trying to do. Yes, you're right. The Europeans have provided moral and symbolic support against Washington. This is not a multilateral effort filleted, Iran. This is just an American one. And that is of course, very important. And then the are peons have been trying to develop a special purpose trade vehicle to facilitate humanitarian trade between European countries. Iran that still hasn't gotten off the ground in their still roadblocks there, I I still think those ties are very important any Ron is gonna try to leverage them. But ultimately, none of Iran's bilateral relationships have proven to be strong enough to resist the pressure of the United States of ending. These oil way is to completely cut off oil revenues for Iran. Not since big a source of income on. I mean, it's going to succeed isn't it's going to have a huge impact. I don't know if they're going to succeed in bringing Iran two zero which is what the Trump administration regularly says as their objective, but they will be able to significantly bring Iran's oil oil sales down to maybe five hundred barrels a day, which is a major reduction from the two point five million barrels a day. They were selling let's say a year and a half ago, for example. So this is a huge laws, but Iran already wasn't able to repatriate the revenues..
"hundred barrels" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast
"Yeah. Right. We're gonna crack open your aged in rumba rose version because we want to do a comparison. I certainly enjoy the coffee version, which the coffee is very subtle in it and the combination it's got vanilla right and cacao nibs or something. Yeah, they're all just so subtle. And and well as perfect landed. You know, you're not getting knocked out by coffee is just. Just. Yeah. We've had some busy out with coffee. Hey, Ryan, every get sucked into brewing, his business, and do you ever get, you know, pulled into doing stuff that trendier just to, you know, people happy and like a hazy, log possibly. It's funny. I think we get into the locker processing like reading, we don't even filter anything so tall, definitely clarify. And so we haven't done that. We don't use. You don't use finding agents by any chance for. Just with the horizontal logging tank. The since from the top of the thing the bottom of short that yeast was his naturally drop the solution in a pretty quick time. Compared to him is in a stand up, you see sits longer, and so we I mean, very clear beer, it was also this kind of a product of the process of opening up breweries where? Times. I mean, we ran out money right before your opening up in the last thing, I'm going to buy the poster like while filtered and it's worked out so far. So. Uh-huh. I'm really glad about that. Because I've worked on filters before. And it's not fun. It's just a lot of cleaning. And a lot of this an extra step that kind of you know, so just to kind of run down some of your. Say nontraditional adjuncts you've added into some of your biz. I think you did one a correct me if I'm wrong moon dunk. Oh, had something funky in it. We throw it into that here. It's a lower bitterness the hot when we're brimming. But the cow or added towards the back into the Boyle, they actually don't give chocolate tweet or chocolate milk chocolate sweetness, but they give more like coffee. Don't talk bitterness to the beer so nicely rounded out. We also wanna silver medal for f- with that beer too. Yeah. I was that was one of the ones that I kind of looked at on the list and said ou should I have here is it any good? And I was pleasantly surprised. I mean, I I really enjoyed the whole flight that I had which was I don't know. I think probably about six or eight of and I they would just great. So how are you going to expand your business? We only going to be able to get you. If you go to Colorado. Currently it's are Kirk think capacity or volume capacity is fifty six hundred barrels of beer, we did thirty eight hundred.
"hundred barrels" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink
"Mary Celeste who'll K so in eighteen seventy two the Mary Celeste left New York City to go to Italy to deliver seventeen hundred barrels of dean, denatured denatured nature natured alcohol the night before captain, Briggs and his wife had dinner in New York with their friend, captain Morehouse who else becomes a prominent character. But so. So they had dinner the night before he left the ship. They also found out that they were going in the same direction. Briggs was just going to be a couple of days earlier in his voyage. They weren't gonna see each other. But they both knew they were heading that way. God got so on month later. So after that dinner he goes on the ship. He brings his wife in his daughter and a month into the voyage on December fourth eighteen seventy two the that's ten days after the last entry log so ten days before that was I think November twenty seventh for twenty fifth Dala. Yes, are and. But that was the last entry logging. It should have been kept up to date every day. Ten days missing goes to enter every day. Right. Okay. So within a month. There's I mean within a month the ship is already gone and things like the log has nothing to show for it. So it ended up getting found the ship itself got found by a ship called. It's talion. I think it's called dig Russia. Sounds good to me the Groucho and that ship unexpectedly caught up with with the Mary Celeste in the Atlantic Ocean in the captain of it happened to be captain Morehouse. Okay. So he he will wait..
"hundred barrels" Discussed on KTRH
"For some really good news tonight. We'll project for you how much less you're gonna pay on this year's tax Bill when you own part of, an oil well so that's really good news and some people drop a tax brackets again calls before seven takes five minutes to go through. That exercise eight seven seven four one two Seventy two hundred here at smart oil and gas you don't Mark there are lots of reasons to be. Proud of Texas listen we live in a great state. In oil and. Gas there, there's some specific things about Texas, that make it very appealing to oil and gas investors and you know we've talked recently on. The program about the you know the surveys, to polls they've done among investors and producers and companies. That explore for oil and gas and. They all love Texas because, of, the, business climate and and. Just everything going on down. Here and there's a lot of oil as well in the ground which helps, so, let's, talk, about Texas let's talk about you. Know the the best places in the state of Texas and and why it just makes so much sense for people that are paying eighty k. or more every year to the. IRS, to look at oil and. Gas and make that part of their portfolio in oil and gas you get a tax write off so even, if, you, if you, put In one hundred thousand into. Program that's complete. Dud you're going to write off one hundred percent off. Your, ordinary income now down opposite swing though as opposed to guarantee. You that you'll be six to ten percent rate of return or cap rate the swings. Can be both, you can go from zero which is a, dry hole, and they do happen. Don't ever let anybody tell you that they haven't had a dry hole as, a matter of fact this a warning if you ever approach in most businessmen have been approached by. Somebody who has tried to sell them in and they say you know. What I never had a. Dry hole I've, never had, a bad experience in oil and gas made you might as well just stop listening right there because they are lying or they are so inexperienced they haven't done enough work but most of the time they're lying okay so you know Exxon drills dry holes Abdul dry holes, a good company is going to. Have ten to twenty percent dry holes Now the other swing is if you think of the probability statistics being bell shaped curve if you. Have say fifteen percent dry holes you're gonna have fifteen percent of. The wells that are unbelievable. In the amount of return we've invested in projects that ended up with one thousand plus rates of. Return so you know and. That's so different than real, estate because the beauty of oil and gas as. You can put your money in oil and gas well and say you. Know you have a good, pumping well and, then all of a sudden so my puts in CO two flood right beside you are Exxon Mobil along slumber shake comes, up with some? New techniques some new frac you. Know you can take a while this had been making twelve barrels a day and then all of a sudden come up with a new Halliburton frac that produces, two hundred barrels a day, new technology new technology so you know. That's. The beauty you, know you're, not limited, on, the upside. Sometimes you're limited on upside on real estate on on your cap rates And an oil and gas or not you know, you can you can say I'm expecting a hundred barrels a day and you get five hundred barrels a day, is just, sometimes it's. The luck of, the draw combined. With the, know good science you've been excited. Of late with east Texas south Texas and generally the Gulf Coast okay And you said a couple of things in in recent broadcasts first of all the entry level our, the entry fee the price. To get in these projects east Texas south Texas. The Gulf Coast reasonable compared with maybe the expensive Permian. Basin premium but you've also talked in the context. Of you know having technology and geological studies and information shell that would lead you to only look for projects to? Deliver, eight percent, or more eight ten percent or more possible even though we know what the the swings are we know that there's going to be some try holes we know there's going, to be some grand slams is it possible to discriminate. In some of these areas that. Are pretty well known for being a good for production yeah I mean. You know is is it's some of it is common sense, if the wells in. The area comment, at a certain rate and produce a half a million or million barrels you kind of know that you hit the same formation you're gonna do the same thing this. Is smart oil and gas radio tonight on, seven forty, KTAR Asian if you'd like. More Mation give us a call right now we can talk about. The best value opportunities here in the state, of Texas, east Texas south Texas the Gulf Coast and we can also project for you your tax savings for this year how much your tax, Bill will go down when. You own.
"hundred barrels" Discussed on Top Down Perspective
"And you can just keep building forever as long as you have like empty spaces that don't collide with each other. And at least to these situations where you can decide if you want to have a gun that shoots fast, that you can actually aim properly and like just power that up with a bunch of caps that increase its accuracy or the damage dealt or any of that sort of stuff. Or you could just like put a hundred barrels on a gun and just like shoot at once and shoot like a wall of bullets at something to kill it if you want. It's yeah, it's fun. It's a good time. What about like a gun that shoots guns? No, you can't. You can't shoot the parts. Unfortunately, we haven't gone that deep yet. Maybe maybe for the weird guns from borderlands. What about a gun that screams every time you shoot it? No, it's nothing like that. Yeah. Screams every time you should it? I had that I had. I had remember machine get it would it would go like every time you shot, so it was it was all soft using those right away. Yeah, for that very reason. That's fun. Those are some fun memories. Okay. Where's borderlands three? Yeah, don't. I don't mean pre sequel is technically that, but yeah. But yeah, mother ship. If you are interested in the idea of procedurally generated rogue late first person shooter type thing, where you can create your own wacky guns and then see how they fare up against just a whole bunch of other gun shooting back at you. I think it's worth a look at. It has a whole lot of replay ability that our guns in because of the crafting system, like it's very much the same sort of thing, but just being able to try different load oats of your weaponry. Just changes that game completely and makes it like way more intriguing to go back into over and over again. Also there apparently adding coop to it at some point next month. So I'm going to be waiting for that as well. That should be interesting. It is a little pricey though. I think it's like twenty five bucks. It feels like maybe maybe under twenty under twenty. I think it's an easier sell. But yeah, I like it anyway. That's all I've been playing. I've played a couple of things. First off is on rush. Okay. I mentioned I was about to play this last week. I've been playing a whole bunch of onrush. This game is very much my jam. Okay. So if you played like Fords, the horizon maybe like the first two and they have like their music festival, like they have horizon festivals, kind of like the event that everything's surrounding and just kind of like the aesthetic and like the vibes where they got all these colored smoke, and there's cool like Tronc music plane when you do stuff because it's music festival. It's kind of like that push to eleven is the whole theme and aesthetics of this entire game. You know, in the menus, there's constant like just dub step plan. When you finish a race and you're getting your all your awards and whatnot. So let me take a step back next. Explain what on Russia's because it's kind of it's unique thing. Totally. Yeah. So it's a, it's a driving game. I hesitate to call the racing game because you're not there's no finish line and you're not trying to get being I right. It's it's a class based like driving car combat game. I should say that's actually a probably a really good way of putting it. So you're on these like close tracks, these looping tracks and you basically just keep going around them until your team completes. Whatever goal is for that mode is a whole bunch of again until later. But each each car you pick has different abilities. So first off. There's it's six on six and you wanna destroy the other cars cars responded that you want. So you're on the blue team wanted to store the orange team basically, and you get points for doing that and there's, you know there's other obstacles to get keep might. So for one of the modes, like I think the most barebones one is just, hey, get ten thousand points by boosting, rushing. So it's right triggered to drive. It's ADA boost. And then if you every time you boost.
"hundred barrels" Discussed on Mike Drop
"I like this yeah for me out that you're asking but since we're talking about it mike what's your least i'm glad you cricket is actually my least favorite sport and not like two very specific well there's two reasons for that one it reminds me of being in the middle east because that's about all the time on and two i just for the love of christ i do not fuck and get it i've even had doing like foreign internal defense training with jordanians or saudis or whatever having some of their interpreters or some of their guys tried to explain it to me more than once i don't know if i'm that fucking stupid or if the sport is that fucking stupid i just don't get it like it makes absolutely no sense and it's like fucking it's like monopoly in terms of some of the games go like nine god damn hours i mean it's just i don't get it but i learned how to play botchy ball this last weekend which is completely foreign to me i didn't know anything about that it was really weird that sounds like so you read the wall street journal then play botchy ball rice that's huguenots very very i know what work in there i'm not old enough yet what what's your favorite booze that would have to be weller twelve merman which i gotta say he brought me a bottle of that as a as a podcast gift and i appreciate the hill to do it in here well or twelve the poor man's pappy is s interesting story actually with i got to take a tour of the buffalo trace facility were pappy is is bottled in the owner of pappy is julian took us through some some interesting tidbits was that the weller twelve basically there's five hundred barrels of of the exact same batch that the way that they break it down as that he he tastes all five hundred and the two fifty that he picks is the path is twelve and the other two fifty is the weller twelve legitimately like it's the exact same fucking really yeah so that i didn't know yeah yeah so yeah there's a lot of shit i learned didn't know how to get it to her buffalo trace from million himself so i don't know what you did do that but i i actually i don't know either i don't know how i managed to fucking is blacked out i i have a hell of a good assistant that up but so i know you're a star wars fan say so i'm gonna ask what your favorite star wars movie and you have to pick one like it can't be well i'm not sure it's not even a question of course i'm going to pick on so return of the jedi that's my favorite why is it your i think because the bounty hunters or so prevalent in that movie anti hero guy well maybe maybe slightly i like i like the whole java palace jobs palestine and the cantina was awesome in the first star wars and there's plenty of bounty hunters stuff in that but i just lean more towards your turn the jet i for some reason the character development was really cool in there and there's like that end or for a scene which i thought speeder bikes and that's some cool ship still waiting for honda to come out with a fucking speeder bike i would fucking i really would that's right mortgage my house i that's fucking great what is the most embarrassing moment of your.
"hundred barrels" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And it looks like a negative open christine dab i'm gonna tell you about a whole lot of read that i see right now down about eighty points but look at the facts behind this this is our seven straight day of a losing our longest losing streak since march two thousand seventeen were barely positive on june but we are positive on june so we are slugging it out today with a lot of red i'm guessing the trade wars are at work here i think that's the number one reason and what we have now it's sprite apparently to india tremendous uncertainty with us big volatility with us and then an alarming fact sixty five percent of american businesses were survey this week and came out and said hey this trade policy will have a negative effect on my company within the next six months so lots of worries around trade and we really don't know right now we're we're going what's going to happen so we don't like this at all of course another big consumer issue the cost of commuting or vacationing opec meeting we have a big opec meeting going on in vienna austria right now saudi arabia is looking for an agreement to limit production they want to increase by six hundred barrels a day right now oil is down two dollars on the news that's that's good put if they reach a consensus and agreement you know what summer driving's like we paid we tend to pay more at the pumps so although it's mildly bullish right now i wouldn't get our hopes up for the entire summer driving.
"hundred barrels" Discussed on Slate's Working
"You know some spoiling aroma creeping into the wine whatever it might be so those things keep me up like one why did this happen what can i do how can i protect you how will you ever go to college is the fact that you guys only have one hundred barrels i guess i gives you a smaller margin for error right and a much larger winery that's true yar size makes every every glass every barrel i'm really important critical how many barrels could you theoretically lose a year before it would just be a total disaster i learned that super well in october of two thousand twelve because we're down in red hook in brooklyn and the last day of harvesters october twenty seven th and i picked the final fruit i'd every tank in the winery full and superstorm sandy hit brooklyn and just leveled the winery we we lost everything we lost the whole amid to rebuild the winery from the ground up over the course of the rest of two thousand twelve hundred thousand thirteen wow that sucked okay so that's the worst case scenario go full flood yeah we lost everything so climate change isn't just going to mess with your grapes that's your barrels are going to be floating out into the go on sir often buttermilk channel in the wine or that was over five six feet of water something so all the i mean i stacked the barrels one on top of the other with wooden wedges but you know the pure moods barrels all overturned just hung there's wine everywhere grapes everywhere it was real disaster and so that was the entire production run at that point i mean we we we salvaged the winds we could some barrels remained closed some able to turn back upright but he the losses were heavy how did you guys manage to get through that year if you're production had just been decimated.
"hundred barrels" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM
"Now let's talk about that bourbon because the horse soldier obviously named after all of you the horse soldiers going a little victory now it is a weeded bourbon whiskey now when i think of a wheat bourbon whiskey it's going to be a little tamer little calmer but tell us about did you still this your source give us an idea this so when the movie came out we had been going up to artists tillery we had two distilleries ones up in the midwest and for the last two years we putting away one hundred or two hundred barrels a month but they realized that we had an opportunity with the movie for recognition so the master distiller as they were teaching us how to taste barrels into single barrels in small batches they said all right we're going to let you enter the market with an age product because with bourbons you can't rush you you can't microwave bourbon and what we didn't have as half time and for small struggling distillery you know we couldn't wait we could but we wanted to but financially it was hard for us to wait for our product to come in so yes it's not source it was given access to and what she's tastes now is you tasted eight year old weeded bourbon the same mash bills a pappy as a weller when when we is soft rai is like fires like charge alita bourbon is victory and that's what we made and that's what we're making today we've got about two thousand barrels aging about to get into the market.
"hundred barrels" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"Oil is around like eight hundred barrels a day so it's important that china will stay in the other actors i are india for instance or one of them a career is another one turkeys another one who are buyers of the iran oil so you need to get these countries on board as well so it's not only euro it should be also the countries who are trading with iran will continue to do so now the problem without coming to your question is the secondary's the issue is with the secondary sanctions which means that if a european company actually conduct trade with iran and if it trade goes through the us dollars it basically hits the united states right so you can't what us tells you is you can't do the transaction through us dollars done that's what i'm sanctioning so it's thank the european europe in companies to do trade with iran now the european union actually came up with the understanding that they would actually put up an e u a blocking statute what they call is like a nine thousand nine hundred six that you'd which actually say is to europe in companies no do not abide by the us rule what we have is a new legislation we're going to put this legislation on board basically what we're going to do is we're going to ban any european union company to comply with the us sanctions just finally and briefly we have heard from secretary of state usx tight mike pompeo suggestion of new conditions which might persuade the us to join back in these the iranian withdrawal from syria an end of support to the rebels in yemen neither of which in and of themselves sound like bad things but is going to be any enthusiasm for those interrogation not in tehran.
"hundred barrels" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"The munitions there because munitions were being cut off by the british authorities who were sensing an increasing rebellion in new england trying to simple this stuff down the american patriots fear the british we're going to seize that gunpowder munitions and and use it in later battles and paul revere said basically get a jump on them and what are the what are the few hundred patriots from new hampshire do they did on gundel lows and boats in the middle of winter down the piscataway basically rolling and to the ford and on land they rated that fort and the british commander of the fort i believe guide named cochran told the soldiers there and people say whether when that many but you it in that era going up against the british in any way at all and their authority was high treason and you know you certainly know that death would be your outcome if you're caught and the rebellion failed when they raided the fort it was an arme british fort and the british commander of the fort told his troops half dozen of soda fire back with cannons and muskets but the shots missed and the there were more patriots and they overcame the ford even the commander of the british forts wife tried to go out the raiders with a ban at the patriots won the brit the the portsmouth the too many the few hundred and they took a hundred barrels of initiate one hundred barrels of gunpowder gunpowder and they they basically took the the valuable munitions that the british were trying to protect and it didn't stop there the next day a thousand a thousand back then in portsmouth they might have been four thousand people in the whole surrounding area gathered in front of governor wentworth the broil governor home in portsmouth and stood outside wanted to know if more british reinforcements were coming while the british commander in boston and actually sent up an armed warship with british marines but it was a few days away back then things didn't happen in a second wasn't like a text message flying with an f sixteen time so what are the what are the the rebels the british the moore should do the patriots they went back and rated the ford again the next night it took even more weapons and cannonball they took they took cleaned out.
"hundred barrels" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast
"Some analysis said that for every one thousand batterypowered buses on the road around five hundred barrels of diesel fuel will be displaced from the market so that's that's a pretty good thing that's a mass transport thing is obviously can work in cities as well we've talked about on the podcast of before but clean meats creating a meat isn't isn't from animals and naturally grown and created obviously uses less pollutants and everything then than farming and also things like the shared economy if people are using more vehicles for ridesharing and sharing flats and places more often than that's going to be slightly less rubbish everything is produced another thing like smarter homes we also of using energy efficient meters and reducing what we what the pollute pollutants and waste that we're putting out this things like i guess as humans and humanity we ask slowly getting better at some of these things but especially in cities but it's a slow process yeah i mean all those things are great but i think when these we left technology and it does hold great promise in many areas to make a better place but i think often in conversations around especially around the environment unfortunately it becomes politics doesn't it often economics tends to trump environmentalism when it comes to some of these decisions so although those technologies exist or being worked on i think it's probably gonna take longer than eight years to see them widespread and used such that we don't have to worry about climate change tool really it's really hard to change joint city that already exists if you look at london or tokyo or any of global giants you can't really easily change the whole infrastructure so everybody is using more environmentally friendly transport or something that it doesn't happen overnight lows long projects that take twenty thirty forty years if not more of developing like yeah we doing good things but it's probably aren't gonna be ready gloomy is probably too late.
"hundred barrels" Discussed on House of Carbs
"And so when you got started what was the basic idea i know kind of small batch american kentucky bourbon but what was the what was the the sort of thought it should the idea was you know there was this great old bourbon that nobody was bottling up and at the same time single malt scotch with statements like eighteen year old macallan twenty five year old in the gallon we're on fire and i thought we had as good if not better products sitting in our warehouses that were apparatus off so i started buying up these small kind of esoteric lots of bourbon so after i came out with jefferson's reserve with was a straight fifteen year old bourbon came out with something called sam houston another ten plus age bourbon i kept getting calls from distillers at the end of every fiscal quarter years and trae i've got four hundred barrels of seventeen eighteen year old or five hundred barrels of a fourteen year old bourbon are you interested in it and as i was about the only person by any of this stuff that and might note as always buying it i still couldn't give it away at the time there was just not much of a pallet for bourbon at that time what i started bringing these bourbons together and blending them together or mailing these different batches so i could get more balance and complexity than what happened typically with one straight distant and at that point you weren't doing the distilling yourself right.
"hundred barrels" Discussed on The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast
"What does the quote on money been beer or some years years one is to be exactly and i was like okay so that's interesting i look it up and he didn't actually say that like you know it was like a misquote from him but i was still hooked on on opened the brewery because i had to two good friends kristen that were really good home brewers and i texted them both one night on a group tax and i was like hey you guys want open up a brewery they both just wanna like jer so then we continue to plan for like two years and then you know ian ian goes on to become like a lawyer and he just bannon's us whatever slacker whatever birkin i continued and you know we yeah it was about two years in september two thousand sixteen we hired a bunch of all some people and you still have most of those people with you understand oh yeah christa basically you know keeps us all i on task focus exactly yeah it's been awesome i mean yet look you said like before we hit our one year we more than doubled passively by adding tanks so we started on four ten barrel fermenters in that we add it to thirty barrel firm it's so so we had went from forty to a hundred barrels of ferment space which i did not have planned in my business plan and i've seen i've i've talked to chris a little bit and his business plan he's a business guy yeah me this guy he has everything planned on the business guy i've everything planned out that business plan was the bane of my existence because i knew what you needed to get money from a bank you need a solid business plan and that's my background i've worked in public accounting and i have a good business background the boring stuff all right the heavy lifting that needs to be done before.
"hundred barrels" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"Using computers but in order to keep it uh safe now encrypted live routines are yunes are incredibly difficult so you have huge banks of little computers using tremendous amounts of energy all so they can run and record the transactions and make it impossible for anyone to come in and hacked the network that's the beauty of how the system was set up but it's also one of the problems were the amount of energy used in mining cryptocurrency now it as much as many fairly small and mediumsized countries it's a large amount and war and more the currency minors are moving the places with bernie cheap electricity uh in canada in iceland places like that they hadn't been in china uh what is done is just mentioned uh a little while ago china is all concerned to balked at bitcoin's or they're making it harder and harder for the bitcoin mining to take place there what about seventy percent his today and that'll be moving out with charts sorry you gotta give us a primer on the sudden new trend assetbacked cryptocurrency well because block chain can do things could spine struck the fact payments that can in fact allow you to do things else can allow you to trade things a value just as you would maybe a stock in a company that can allow you to do what will be called smart contracts salt enforcing contracts so that what's in the blockchain's all your token or your currency action makes things happen look at a different way of very simply uh and very quickly venezuela's analogy for a variety of reasons something they may or may not through with a sailor going to have an absolute fact cryptocurrency it affecting would have to make it simple the rights to let's say a hundred barrels of oil full you'll cryptocurrency uh or maybe a hundred barrels of oil a day for the next twenty years and then you could figure out whether you are willing to pay for based on what you think's gonna happen to oil oil prices like you would any other commodity almost all you think they're gonna produce if you think you only have a share of their output that sort of thing so at setback cryptocurrencies probably will most of the is going to be in the future and they'll be some direct links between the currency you have or token.
"hundred barrels" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Petroleum reserve from alaska's energy desk elizabeth horrible has more the national petroleum reserve is a large chunk of federal land west of the arctic national wildlife refuge interior secretary ryan zinke said the sale was aimed at helping quote achieve our goal of american energy dominance unquote nine hundred tracks totalling more than ten million acres rupp forbid but at the annual lease sell held in anchorage oil companies only bid on seven tracks analysts say it's possible that companies have already least most of the available in in the reserve with known oil potential for npr news i'm elizabeth harbel in anchorage health officials in north dakota say california energy company has met state and federal pollution standards for each proposed seven hundred acre oil refinery near theodore roosevelt national park meridian energy wants to process up to forty nine thousand five hundred barrels of crude per day from a rock formation in western north dakota this is npr news the nation's biggest health insurer says eat spending almost five billion dollars to buy hundreds of clinics united health grouping says it's optum unit will by the defeat a inc's primary and urgent care services that announcement coming days after cvs announced its bid to acquire united's rival aetna the live museums new branch and abu dhabi says it will be getting the controversial leonardo da vinci painting that recently sold for four hundred fifty million dollars the story from npr's mandidli del barco an official tweet posted an english arabic and french the liuw abu dhabi announced it will soon have davinci salvador munde it's the artist painting of jesus depicted in renaissance dress last month christie's auction house sold the painting dated 1500 at a recordbreaking price it said to be the most expensive painting in the world the new york times claimed the buyer is a little known saudi prince not known as a major art collector butter.
"hundred barrels" Discussed on WJR 760
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