Gongol.com Archives: June 2016
The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas finds that producers say anywhere from $9 a barrel to $60 a barrel, but averaging from $29 to $43, depending on location
Affordability, family-friendliness, modest prosperity -- it's a full-package deal
One executive says "There's debt being piled upon debt being piled upon debt." At some point, rates must rise.
There are too many uncertainties and lingering problems for it to be anything like a boom. The question is whether it's destined to become a bust -- and that's not clear.
Probably because it's just a perpetuation of what began as an exercise in shameless self-promotion and has never grown more serious than that. They're funneling 20% of their spending back into Trump interests and circling the wagons against any outside influence.