Wednesday, May 30, 2007

A Broken Record

I keep saying it and nobody cares. For a second time in a matter of months, Big Oil has said it:

“It is true that gasoline prices move with oil prices, but ... demand continues to go up. Even with gas prices over $3 per gallon, demand continues to go up. That's really quite surprising,” James Mulva, chairman and CEO of Houston-based ConocoPhillips, said during an exclusive interview on TODAY.

“The issue is providing supply. We are running our refineries at capacity ...

That of course is not all he said, though it is the salient point.

In an effort to quell the rumours before they start, all I can say about the real possibility raised by the near identical nature of our rhetoric, that I am in fact James Mulva is won't see us together at parties!

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