7 edition of Big Oil in Small Town America found in the catalog.
April 29, 2006
by Xlibris Corporation
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||140|
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Small Town, Big Oil is the story of how the residents of Durham, led by these three women, out-organized, out-witted, and out-maneuvered the governor, the media, and the Onassis cartel to hand the powerful Greek billionaire the most humiliating defeat of his business career, and spare the New Hampshire seacoast from becoming an industrial /5(20).
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Our investigation involves small town and a very, very big oil company. It involves anonymous threats, tens of millions of dollars, and an insider caught in the middle. TRANSCRIPT.
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The term emphasizes their economic power and influence on politics, particularly in the United States. Big oil is often associated with the fossil fuels lobby and also used to refer to the industry as a whole in a pejorative or derogatory manner. Small towns get a bad rap for rejecting outsiders, but Sequoyah, Oklahoma, proves that wrong.
When year-old Novalee finds herself pregnant, alone, broke, and stranded in Author: Sadie Trombetta. The People vs. Big Oil—how a working-class company town harnessed the power of local politics to reclaim their community With a foreword by Bernie Sanders Home to one of the largest oil refineries in the state, Richmond, California, was once a typical company town, dominated by Chevron.
The People vs. Big Oil—how a working-class company town harnessed the power of local politics to reclaim their community Home to one of the largest oil refineries in the state, Richmond, California, was once a typical company town, dominated by Chevron. In this book on the American scene, David Plowden turns to a part of American culture that was once common place but is now in danger of being lost or, at best, forever transformed.
His photographs of barber shops, general stores and schoolhouses create a portrait of small town America/5. SUMMER 35 wHen big oil comes to a small town: tHe exxonmobil oil sPill in mayflower in context James D. Hekel Jr.* O InTroducTIon n Mathe day after my son was born, I received a call from a friend back home in Arkansas.
It was not to congratulate my wife and I on our first. Small Towns Fight Big Oil on the Hudson it’s likely that a very small percentage would be recovered based on its turbidity and the fact that the Hudson is a tidal estuary,” he says.
The company spends about $18 to $25 per barrel to collect oil from its enhanced oil recovery operations. In contrast, its shale-focused well costs are lower - $16 to $19 per barrel.
But because EOR wells pump consistently for decades, their value to the company over time exceeds shale wells, whose production quickly tapers off. Big oil, small US towns see new reward in old production technique. Amid the frenetic activity of American shale oilfields recovering from a two-year recession sit a handful of oil towns that seemed impervious as many producers went into bankruptcy and the economy around them sank.
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The most vital parts of urban America can be encapsulated largely in one five-letter word: Texas. America's Next Boom Towns. near Ohio’s big natural gas and oil reserves. Tulia: Race, Cocaine, and Corruption in a Small Texas Town by Nate Blakeslee - In the late s, a crooked anti-drug task force falsely arrested and convicted 47 residents of the Texas.
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