Well, whaddya know?
Following up on a remark made yesterday on the Limbaugh show, we looked it up:
"We also implement projects that enhance refinery capacity and yield. ...we have effectively added a new-industry-average -sized refinery to our portfolio every three years..." (Exxon-Mobil 2005 Annual Report, P. 29)
We could still use a new refinery or five, but that ain't bad in the meantime.
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With oil, how much of rise do you account for as an inflationary hedge and how much do you attribute to supply/demand issues? I'm thinking close to 90% of it is an inflation hedge.
I agree with you that oil's price in USD has a good deal to do with the erosion of the USD's value.
90% is a good guess, but any number over 50% is likely valid.
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