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Yo_Mama Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Feb-09-11 05:26 PM
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5. It's a minimum of 3-4 years for a major project.
Edited on Wed Feb-09-11 05:28 PM by Yo_Mama
One of the big sources of new supply are the synthetics from Canada. Several projects were put on hold when prices crashed.

No one's going to put significant funds into Venezuela - they have resources but until trust in the government develops they won't be developed.

Underwater drilling rigs are working as fast as they can go. They will continue to open up new supply, but there is a limitation as to how fast.

And then there are the heavier byproducts of natural gas, which are adding a percent or two to US production and some around the world, I think.

If prices average over 65 for four years I think more resources will go into opening up new production.

Edit to include link to NY Times article from 2008:
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