Seems that in the low-highway-tax US "railex" is doing all of the stuff
that you want to impose a high highway tax to force the US to do. But
once again it is shown that in the high-highway-tax EU railway frieght
is not thriving. So your solution is to take a system that is working
and make it more like one that is not working.
What benefit do you believe results from the use of natural gas? It
comes out of the same kind of hole in the ground as oil you know. And
it is not environmentally benign.
And are you going to pay the maintenance on those electrified rail lines?
What do you believe is pushing the oil out of the hole in the gulf?
Have you ever actually seen natural gas fresh from a well burning?
In other words you aren't.
And I find it interesting that you have responded twice to this post,
once reasonably and once as a smart-ass. Are you suffering from
multiple personality disorder or are your children getting at your account?
Are you telling me that there aren't aren't any benefits to burning
natural gas over crude?
The bellows action of a few thousand feet of rock might exert pressure
on a liquid body below it?
The smoke you see from a gas well are products other than NG. I burned
millions of cubic yards of NG in 4 100MW generators without even a
hint of smoke. My gas stove doesn't smoke. My furnace doesn't smoke.
Stupid assumption. You do not know this.
Seeing as your desperation has now forced you to include my children
in a personal attack I have no choice but to tell you to go fuck
Who is "us"? I've been assuming that you are in the US. I was not
aware that either Canada or Mexico "did not like us at all". It's the
EU that gets most of its oil from the Middle East. The US gets most of
its oil from Mexico and Canada.
In any case, natural gas comes from the same places oil comes from.
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