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Big Dog's Boom Boom Room
An SI Board Since March 2001
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Emcee:  Big Dog Type:  Moderated
THIS IS A MODERATED BOARD. PERSONAL ATTACKS WILL NOT BE TOLERATED. THE DOG HAS THE WMD BUTTON AND WILL USE IT.

Welcome to Big Dog's Boom Boom Room! Established March 19, 2001.

This is a forum provided to discuss and share ideas related to the land and offshore oil industry and oil service industry.

The Boom Boom Room's motto is:

It's the price of oil stupid!

All posters are welcome and are encouraged to share, educate, learn -- and have some fun.

Never ever forget that without oil/gas the world as we know it grinds to a halt in very short order. It is for that reason that the drilling rig may be the single most important tool of the first part of this new century.

Roll 'em.

big
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199306Yup... what you don't want to ask or even know is how many of those machinesJimisJim-yesterday
199305if in china the coming food crisis is like the article tells, the price of oil wrsroberto-yesterday
199304Here ya go, watching Netflix while plowing <ggg>... The farmer cracked meJohn Koligman1yesterday
199303My cousin is a John Deere dealer on the side (very rural area) and he's got JimisJim-yesterday
199302That is a very interesting article. I had an investment a few years ago in a comE_K_S-yesterday
199301You may follow M. Armstrong... post this today.. "The Fall Army Worm (FAWIC7202yesterday
199300One of my investment themes is an AG basket of stocks. Been buying CTVA the AG E_K_S1yesterday
199299in Brazil, in past years, when it was difficult to sell soy, the gov. increased rsroberto-yesterday
199298FYI "For those who have not heard about this, China has a serious food prIC7202Sunday
199297I've read about RIO using 'driverless' trains over the past few yearJohn Koligman-Sunday
199296I also look at the commodity prices (mainly corn, soybeans, wheat, lumber, coppeE_K_S2Sunday
199295Sounds to me like you had a great time there!Winfastorlose-Sunday
199294Don't mean to butt in. Isn't this how Markets work? Look at past historyIC720-Sunday
199293<grain prices have been in a downtrend for several years> I agree, the prJimisJim2Sunday
199292I'm saying that grain prices have been in a downtrend for several years. In Winfastorlose-Sunday
199291The woman, Zhang Yin, who created "America Chung Nam" and China's Elroy Jetson1Sunday
199290Are you saying the tariffs have had no effect beyond what was trending for otherJimisJim1Sunday
199289The trade war is not the only reason grain prices are down. They were headed doWinfastorlose-Sunday
199288Yes, my 1st cousin grows 1,600 acres of beans and 1,200 acres of corn in SW OhioJimisJim2Sunday
199287My guess is that manufacturing (employee) wages will be a smaller part of the coE_K_S-Sunday
199286Hi EKS, Great post - I agree completely on your vision. With AI cheap labor berobert b furman-Sunday
199285Agricultural products from the US land raw materials like steel from China are pElroy Jetson1Sunday
199284are you aware us soybeans are being sold to the bean crushers in brazil, and thet4texas-Sunday
199283Many of the supply chains are moving from China to Mexico, which we could say isElroy Jetson2last Saturday
199282EKS, we've "known" each other a long time now... let's just agJimisJim1last Saturday
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