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Moon Loon
LoontotheMoon 14 minutes ago
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bullish range for today appears to be about 51.62-52.97. if it breaks bottom of the channel, i predict a freefall.
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Jack Smith
DocileGoat 14 minutes ago
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they calling for 60.  anyone believe it?
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Gary LeBlanc
Gary LeBlanc 13 minutes ago
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Absolutely
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Paul Bako
PBak 18 minutes ago
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Mexico no Mas hedging this year. Could be the catalyst to get to new highs this year. Thoughts, comments?
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Carlos Martinez
Carlos Martinez 20 minutes ago
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Sorry bullish for il.
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Carlos Martinez
Carlos Martinez 22 minutes ago
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Dont forget about , rocket boy, if he farts i am sure it will be bearish. US and SK are having a 5 day body reunion practicing for an imaginary war.
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Crude Dude
Crude Dude 28 minutes ago
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Short 51.88 with OCO order stacked on for overnight trade. TP 51.58 tight SL in place.
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Gary LeBlanc
Gary LeBlanc 25 minutes ago
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What is OCO?
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Mark McAnallen
Mark McAnallen 22 minutes ago
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One cancels the other
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Gary LeBlanc
Gary LeBlanc 19 minutes ago
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I see
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Big Bear
Big Bear 19 minutes ago
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CD, I closed my longs at cost, I've never had luck trading low volume after hours, good luck on your trades!
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Crude Dude
Crude Dude 11 minutes ago
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I like you, you are one of the reasonable people in here. Its a long way from us trading snarky barbs just a few months ago.
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Ben Barnhill
Ben Barnhill 37 minutes ago
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For those of you who play SCO, GUSH, UWT, etc and their inverses, take some time and read their prospectuses to really understand what you are trading. Some crazy ideas floating around this forum about some of these....
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Gary LeBlanc
Gary LeBlanc 24 minutes ago
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Been involved with GUSH/DRIP for about 2 years now.
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Gary LeBlanc
Gary LeBlanc 23 minutes ago
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Go read those boards if interested
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Carlos Martinez
Carlos Martinez 45 minutes ago
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The North Sea is back. Again. Having already been written off once in the 80s and survived, North Sea production is now seen to be recovering even in the Era of Shale thanks to the lower cost structures brought by independent operators. Those were part of the assessments presented by S&P Global Platts at the firm’s annual client conference in New York Oct. 12.
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Crude Dude
Crude Dude 47 minutes ago
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@Bear Bear, be careful long at the moment I think we are in for a test of 51.50 overnight.
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Arthur Kwok
Arthur Kwok 55 minutes ago
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I came within a few grand of my short positional trade 2 weeks ago . I could of let go and regroup but I didn’t . I suffer but I could see the light at the end of the tunnel now . I got technical wizard Ismael , Queen B and a new kid I saw posting last night giving a quick fundamental bear review . This is the top for now , I feel it in my bones . Come what may time is now , going down !
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Mark McAnallen
Mark McAnallen 27 minutes ago
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51.50 tomorrow
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gregory vaughan
gregory vaughan 57 minutes ago
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any hope of bad data ? sending ice gas oil and gasoline futures tumbling ?
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Groot Trader
Groot 58 minutes ago
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Anyone else get beat up a little more than usual on SLs  today? I consider myself pretty good at setting a reasonable SL, but seemed to get stopped out by 2 or 3 cents multiple times in one day, only to see it reverse back in the direction of my original trade. Still made okay, but left hundreds on the table.
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Crude Dude
Crude Dude 54 minutes ago
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I got stopped out by .05 twice and then lost out on 30pips in the opposite direction.  But it happens, I just called the levels too close.
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Groot Trader
Groot 51 minutes ago
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Crude Dude Yeah, it does happen, but I think I got hit on almost half my trades this afternoon. Not a winning ratio typically. Luckily, I had a very good Sunday evening and overnight set of trades. I should sleep on more of my calls.
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Marcus Cicero
Marcus Cicero 1 hour ago
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Well guys, our bearish journey is just beginning. Forget about prices high enough to generate positive cash flow for most US producers. This must go down because I've got a feeling that tonight's going to be a good night, that tonight's going to be a good, good night.
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Absolute Zero
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Let the oil hit the... FLOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOORRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR
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Carlos Martinez
Carlos Martinez 58 minutes ago
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your getting laid? is that it?
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Mac D The Happy Goat
Mac D The Happy Goat 57 minutes ago
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FEEEEELZ
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Marcus Cicero
Marcus Cicero 45 minutes ago
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I couldn't come up with a better reason for a selloff so I went with what was on the radio.
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Crude Dude
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All of the energy some people on here spend posting should be spent trading, if they focused even a little bit of  the incessant effort they use trying to convince themselves their position was good even when it is heavily against them in recapturing their loss they would actually be net positive.
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Absolute Zero
Piechur 1 hour ago
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Remember Kyle Atkinson? Once he started spending more time on writing here than on actuall research he started making more mistakes. I miss the guy.
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Mark McAnallen
Mark McAnallen 25 minutes ago
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I said many times, he should trade himself out of this mess
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Mark McAnallen
Mark McAnallen 24 minutes ago
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@Absolute Zero - Kyle got arrogant saying everybody was clueless except him
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TradeSignals Info
TradeSignals Info 1 hour ago
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Expect
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Big Bear
Big Bear 1 hour ago
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penetration
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Rick Holliday
RickHolliday 1 hour ago
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Rofl!
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Absolute Zero
Piechur 1 hour ago
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Are we piercing the sky or drilling to the center of Earth?
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Paul Bako
PBak 1 hour ago
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Depends on the size of your long
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Absolute Zero
Piechur 1 hour ago
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Quite short compared to long ones
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Absolute Zero
Piechur 1 hour ago
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Hurr durr 48 today
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Gary LeBlanc
Gary LeBlanc 1 hour ago
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Reversal tomorrow in WTI as it sells off to reflect the weakness in the equities that last few days.
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T for Texas Oil
T for Texas Oil 1 hour ago
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Cool story bro.
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Rick Holliday
RickHolliday 1 hour ago
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Phart, Water, Bubbles
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Paul Bako
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Exactly Rick, don't mind the smell yourself but stinks like feces to everyone else.
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Rick Holliday
RickHolliday 1 hour ago
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Lmao Paul!!
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Drunk Goat
Drunk Goat 1 hour ago
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Does anyone know about an economic calendar for stock market? With events like the Netflix results today?
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Gary LeBlanc
Gary LeBlanc 1 hour ago
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Yahoo Finance has an earnings date calendar
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Mac D The Happy Goat
Mac D The Happy Goat 1 hour ago
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Any brokerage will have results for any stock.
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Muhammad Iftekhar
Muhammad Iftekhar 2 hours ago
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Strange story,with a knowing things ?
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Absolute Zero
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Is it time for flat Asian day?  Range bound till API, what do you think about direction?
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Mark McAnallen
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Production DOWN 87k last week, Rigs DOWN -8 last week
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Mark McAnallen
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@The Colonel - stop the semantic bs
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Mark McAnallen
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@Motor Goat - thanks goat!
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T for Texas Oil
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For reference, there isn't really a such thing as a 'production rig' in the rig count. There are drilling (exclusively) rigs and Drilling and Production Platforms that can support both simultaneously. But if a well is being drilled, the well is NOT producing. So when you see the rig count from BHI going up and down, that does not neccesarily have any correlation to increasing or decreasing production. They DO generate an average to help define the effect, but indivdual offshore wells can easy *****those averages off the chart when they come online, and likewise, a prolonged period of time without any conventional / offshore wells coming online may significantly reduce that average estimate. So the educated response is, for the purpose of the BHI count, rigs do NOT produce oil.
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The Colonel
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@MM: There's nothing semantical about facts. Sorry you don't seem to comprehend.
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Mark McAnallen
Mark McAnallen 23 minutes ago
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@The Colonel - you don't like me do you? lol that's ok
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Small Trader
Small Trader 2 hours ago
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U.S. shale production for November is forecast to rise for a 11th consecutive month, the U.S. government said on Monday, as U.S. prices (CLc1) stabilize around $50 a barrel. U.S. oil output is expected to increase by 82,000 barrels per day (bpd) to 6.12 million bpd, according to U.S. Energy Information Administration's drilling productivity r
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Mike Rabsich II
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6.12 mbpd..Lols! Oil would be at 150 with that number.
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Gary LeBlanc
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That level is for the lower 48 only but yes it would mean WTI would be above $100
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Mike Rabsich II
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Garu, are you saying Alaska produces the other 3mbpd?
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Mark McAnallen
Mark McAnallen 1 hour ago
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@Mike Rabsich II - what about GOM
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Gary LeBlanc
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Go research. It's out there waiting for you to find the info you seek. Good luck.
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Small Trader
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U.S. natural gas production was projected to increase to a record 60.9 billion cubic feet per day (bcfd) in November. That would be up over 0.8 bcfd from the October forecast and would be the eighth monthly increase in a row. The EIA projected gas output would increase in all of the big shale basins in November, with the biggest increase in the Appalachia region, which includes the Marcellus and Utica shale formations. Output in the Appalachia region, the biggest shale gas play, was set to rise by 0.4 bcfd to a record high of 25.7 bcfd in November, an eighth consecutive increase. Production in Appalachia was 22.5 bcfd in the same month a year ago. EIA also said producers drilled 1,208 wells and completed 1,029 in the biggest shale basins in September, leaving total drilled but uncompleted wells up 179 at a record high 7,270, according to data going back to December 2013.
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Small Trader
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Sorry. Wrong forum.
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Alex Bachurin
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So, API tomorrow ... Curiously, i remember nobody looked at API survey 10 years ago. I mean, some people noticed but didn't base their trading decisions on it. Surprisingly, many traders don't understand what the API "report" is about. There is a rather wide misconception that it is some kind of alternative data (to EIA). One can see discussions of whether it is more reliable or accurate than EIA.. The fact is that API is just a SURVEY of several people from the oil industry, conducted by a private institution, trying to predict EIA real DATA one day ahead. Their forecast was real awful in the past, so nobody cared, but became gradually better in recent years. But it is still a survey and often wildly off mark. The only real data is collected by DOE (US Department of Energy) and is distributed on their behalf by EIA on Wed morning.. /just a general remark/
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Sounds very nice.. well good to have you here :) Do you trade the same equities as you did then or anything that looks good?
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Alex Bachurin
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Anything that looks good .. and nothing looks particularly good to me now :) Not that i am an avid reader of Zerohedge, but i think there will be a moment to pick up good stocks much cheaper that now. Recently I'm invested in EM bonds or just sit ion cash. And use that as collateral to trade futures. Oil, copper, Nasdaq, Nikkey etc. When i feel short term bullish about equities, i usually just buy Nasdaq futures.
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Gary LeBlanc
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Trade any options?
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Carlos Martinez
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Alex BachurinAre you worry about  governments dumping soon?
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gregory vaughan
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Gary LeBlanc
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US oil producers drilled 1208 wells. Completed 1029 in the biggest shale basins in September
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Sam Buni
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Did they find Gold
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Producers were starting wells and shutting them in well before completion to avoid large decline rates and then starting a new well. Unfortunately for them, lenders are cutting back on these loans to float the producers so they can make intwr st payments on existing loans. Now that a lot of producers do not have the capital required for new well starts, they are forced to complete unfinished wells and consequently resulting in a higher decline rate.
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Mark McAnallen
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Not to mention rig count is decreasing
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Mike Rabsich II
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PRODUCTION DESTRUCTION - Phil Flynn and Doc Saudi
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The Colonel
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Lol
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