Jun 3, 2008

Running Out Of Oil? No Way! Montana Is Sitting On 40 Billion Barrels Of Oil According To Their Governor

We have been told over and over and over in the media that we are running out of oil.


According to the governor of Montana, that state alone is sitting on 40 BILLION barrels of oil.

So what is really going on with these crazy oil prices?

Here is a portion of the source article about the Montana oil:



Here's some very good news about oil that the manipulators on Wall Street don't want you to know: there could be as much as 40 billion barrels of crude lying untouched in eastern Montana.

That's billion with a "b" - as in a ball-breaking amount for those speculators who are purposely pushing oil higher for their own selfish reasons.

Who says? Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer does, adding that his state - with fewer than 1 million residents - would be thrilled to bail the US out of its current energy predicament.

While on a visit to Wyoming and Montana, I popped in on Schweitzer, the Democratic governor, who was more than happy to answer my questions about the rumors of huge oil deposits in the so-called Bakken area of his state.

Right now, the US Geological Service estimates that there are 4.3 billion barrels of recoverable oil in the Bakken region, which also reaches into North Dakota.

"They are always conservative," said Schweitzer, who greeted me in his office dressed in jeans, a white shirt and a string tie. "There will be more. It'll probably be more like 40 billion."

--The rest of the article can be found at the link above

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