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CNN

13 dögum síðan

CNN's David McKenzie journeys to ReconAfrica's remote exploratory wells in Namibia and speaks with local farmers who are afraid the rigs will poison their scarce water and kill their animals.
Read CNN's full report here: edition.cnn.com/2021/05/03/africa/namibia-oil-exploration-intl-cmd/index.html
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Natt T
Natt T 21 klukkustund síðan
lol already made $4000 off there stock
Tung Morris
Tung Morris 3 dögum síðan
Recon africa did all they have to protect the eniviorment. This is dumb af
Deo Shivute
Deo Shivute 3 dögum síðan
Namibia have diamonds, still the country is poor, we have fish that is exported over the world, still poor. Will oil get the nation out out of poverty? Our top leaders are just interested in money. They don't care about impact in years to come, knowing that they will be 6ft under. Greedyness will kill our foolish leaders in Africa.......God made man, man made money, money made man mad.....
David
David 6 dögum síðan
50 to 90% of profit oil is taxed and given to the government to support the countries development and pensions. Not to mention the supply chain economy that would provide labour for these incredibly poor people. If Africa has oil it should develop it and profit from its wealth the same way every white woke person on here has as well as their entire extended family. Liberals you would all be as impoverished as Namibians without oil. Your lectures are meaningless hypocrisy while you use your petrochemical products daily. It's in literally everything you touch. And your wealth is connected to its use.
Krupp
Krupp 7 dögum síðan
Can you point out how many things in this video were derived from petroleum? If you cant, it's an interesting thing to learn about.. Let's not forget folks, crude oil isn't only used for production of fossil fuels...
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Tammy Stockley-loughlin 9 dögum síðan
At some point, we need to say "no"...it will never be the same...you can't get it back. I hope that the people are able to choose their interests, that they will save the land. Positive vibes from New Hampshire and remember to be kind to each other and yourself during this pandemic and social crisis
E Cook
E Cook 7 dögum síðan
Be a leader and sell all your vehicles, make up, Tupperware, sandals, coolers, generators, refrigerators, microwaves, tv’s, cell phones, backpacks, toothbrushes, containers of almost any kind, grow your own food, live in a hut like these people are, and at that point I will respect your comment. Until then, you’re as bad as everyone else is for consuming. You’re as evil as the demand for oil, and you’re as big of a hypocrite as we all are for using these products. Until that day, you have zero right to strip the third world of progressing into the life that you’re currently taking for granted. Food for thought.
kabzaify
kabzaify 9 dögum síðan
All this people who are not from Namibia or Botswana, are really funny. They think they can talk for us, as if we don't know what we want.
Alex Akin
Alex Akin 10 dögum síðan
They have all the right permits. The locals are tripping because they see the money that they will make
minging697
minging697 6 dögum síðan
Of course they are tripping it is their oil and its being stolen, by westerners as usual
kervin aham
kervin aham 10 dögum síðan
Africa is for all of us, having some of the only natural places left on earth, let us fight this giant companies who don't care about nature
minging697
minging697 6 dögum síðan
Erm no Kevin, nice sentiment but Africa is for Africans, thank lol
Luigi Khan
Luigi Khan 10 dögum síðan
There we go again, history repeating itself. Come to Africa in the name of "helping Africa" same old tune "It's easier to fool people than to convince them that they've been fooled" Mark Twain
syi23600
syi23600 11 dögum síðan
Same shit done in the niger delta in Nigeria until the locals start rebelling for destroying their land with spillage. I blame the govt.
Aaron Oneal
Aaron Oneal 11 dögum síðan
If you are looking for a way to help the environment you can use ecosia they are a search engine that plants trees
Dennis Taylor
Dennis Taylor 11 dögum síðan
These companies are going to take every drop of oil.and people will be left with nothing.they won't be able to farm the land any more.the soil will be ruin
Dennis Taylor
Dennis Taylor 11 dögum síðan
Foreign countries coming in raking the country natural resources this is not their land this is not their country they probably bought out the government corruption in high places something should be done I need to compensate the real owners of this land
Simon Peter Ocakacon
Simon Peter Ocakacon 11 dögum síðan
All he sees is money not the environment
kabzaify
kabzaify 9 dögum síðan
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Yosef KElbi
Yosef KElbi 11 dögum síðan
OIL LIFES MATTER!!!!!
Todd Smith
Todd Smith 11 dögum síðan
Other countries around the world will produce there resources and probably without the burden of a damn carbon tax. In Canada 🇨🇦 we can’t even think about a pipeline without a public outcry or years of studies and licensing.
Anonymous Anonymous
Anonymous Anonymous 11 dögum síðan
They’re going to pollute that beautiful green land. Pay under market value for the natural resources. That founder/ceo is a morally repugnant reprobate. He’s only there to steal their recourses.
Jonathan F
Jonathan F 11 dögum síðan
let's get our resources to gain captial
Kamal Asghar Hashmi
Kamal Asghar Hashmi 12 dögum síðan
US govt hears: Oil We need to get democracy to Namibia!
Kamal Asghar Hashmi
Kamal Asghar Hashmi 7 dögum síðan
@E Cook I think you need to do a little home work before talking about struggles.
E Cook
E Cook 7 dögum síðan
Ya you’re right, Dubai and Qatar are reeeeaaaaallllly struggling.
Kamal Asghar Hashmi
Kamal Asghar Hashmi 11 dögum síðan
@Leanfraks not the kind the US army delivers. Just ask Kuwait and Iraq.
Leanfraks
Leanfraks 11 dögum síðan
Were already a democracy
Griffin Coyne
Griffin Coyne 12 dögum síðan
Is the dude at 1:15 George Floyd’s long lost cousin LOL
JourneyMan Smitty
JourneyMan Smitty 12 dögum síðan
Wow this is a crazy bare faced move by the Canadians no wonder the president got rid of that pipeline🤔
blhtml
blhtml 12 dögum síðan
the people getting robbed if front of their eyes and can't do anything about it!
David
David 6 dögum síðan
The tax royalty provides money for the country. 50% to 90% of profit oil typically goes back to countries government. Just plain ignorant.
blhtml
blhtml 11 dögum síðan
@Luis Molina did I say that? you want to be in that farmer situation? It happen before you know!
Luis Molina
Luis Molina 12 dögum síðan
you think they can suck it up with a straw?
Osman Abdirahman
Osman Abdirahman 12 dögum síðan
I'm Canadian also. We are in Africa, alot of Canadian companies mining. I am personally dealing in supply chain logistics of Cobalt and copper in zambia and DRC. Lets just say there isn't alot of benefit to the local population. There is no money trickling down to the countries seriously speaking.
dchacha4
dchacha4 8 dögum síðan
Look what our late prez did to Barrick Canada, now no mining company can mess with Tanzania ever
brio palumpus
brio palumpus 11 dögum síðan
i read somewhere that 60 to 70 percent of all mining permits in africa are held by canadians or auzzie companies.
Luis Molina
Luis Molina 12 dögum síðan
of course not.corrupt military steals everything in those shit hole countries
Osman Abdirahman
Osman Abdirahman 12 dögum síðan
@Dee Mitchell people even locals are making money but it doesn't make the average persons quality of life better is what I mean...
Dee Mitchell
Dee Mitchell 12 dögum síðan
Damn
eltorocal
eltorocal 12 dögum síðan
@ 3:03 ...he is brainwashed with the smell and feel of Big Oil Money... and he is regurgitating parochial rhetoric on camera, to a World Renowned Journalist as if he is speaking to the natives.
Nigel Johnson
Nigel Johnson 12 dögum síðan
The last dying flailing of the fossil fuel industry is to destroy yet more of the natural world. The Canadian government should step in and find ways to stop this company doing any damage. Maybe by making the enterprise uneconomical. Forcing it to place in Escrow the money required to repair the environment back to it original condition. A few hundred billion dollars should do.
OneBigBugga
OneBigBugga 12 dögum síðan
The Fucker's name is Stanky..... Drilling for Oil, trying to screw out the last little bit of billions they can... Oil is fucking finite... it WILL run out and we are wasting time and risking our Eco system just for something that IS going to end like it or not.
wily wascal
wily wascal 12 dögum síðan
It's a complicated, thorny issue, with no easy answers. Oppose expanding oil exploration and drilling; know that the people in nations that rely heavily on oil production don't always benefit as much as those profiting, that oil wealth can be in fact detrimental to a nation's development; and am cognizant that more oil production could result in more harm than benefit to the people of Namibia and other places because of climate change. However, the people of Namibia could achieve some increase in their standard of living by exploiting any oil reserves there, at least in the near term. Just as the U.S. pays farmers and other landowners to allow parts of their lands to remain fallow to allow the soil to regenerate itself and to provide space for nature, there is incentive for the world to compensate nations like Namibia for leaving the oil in the ground.
Mactastic
Mactastic 12 dögum síðan
I find it ironic that a Canadian drilling company called ReconAfrica is exploiting a country in Africa once again and the politicians allow them to do it. The politicians sell out the people they represent. Nobody seems to have a problem with any of this. How much is that company giving back to the people? A percentage of the population seem to live in huts and shacks. The United States has the same problem.
Floyd Woolever
Floyd Woolever 12 dögum síðan
Get out of the USA
REEF
REEF 12 dögum síðan
Meanwhile we wouldn’t dare lay a pipeline across Canada 🇨🇦🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣
mealex mailex
mealex mailex 11 dögum síðan
Funny right
eltorocal
eltorocal 12 dögum síðan
REEF Maybe not "across"... but remember Standing Rock? How about that Keystone XL pipeline?
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Read my ABOUT section PLEASE 12 dögum síðan
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Canadian Tired
Canadian Tired 12 dögum síðan
Why is everyone so surprised about a Canadian company destroying the environment? I live in Canada and for my entire life our country has allowed the harvesting of old growth trees, mined aboriginal and sensitive lands, fished cod to near extinction and hunted seals against international moratoriums.
butchfils
butchfils 12 dögum síðan
The same nonsense going on in my village. Environmental destruction and no basic amenities.Chevron corporation knows how to do it best. Njagba, imo state in Nigeria is my village.
kabzaify
kabzaify 9 dögum síðan
You are very wrong, what's happening is nothing like Nigeria.
eltorocal
eltorocal 12 dögum síðan
butchfils stay strong... we feel for you... and without numbers here in the USA, the Largest Importer and user of Foreign Oil, we will use every last drop before accepting the facts of dangers.
DynaCatlovesme
DynaCatlovesme 12 dögum síðan
"These people deserve a better lifestyle" When we know from generations of previous experience that their lives will only get worse.
DynaCatlovesme
DynaCatlovesme 6 dögum síðan
@David I am not them.
David
David 6 dögum síðan
Really your life is worse than your grandparents? Your wealth is directly linked to your per capita energy consumption. You people are literally dumb.
kabzaify
kabzaify 9 dögum síðan
How do you come to that conclusion, do you even know anything about Namibia or Botswana
Luis Molina
Luis Molina 12 dögum síðan
send some burgers
Griffin Coyne
Griffin Coyne 12 dögum síðan
Honestly I care more about the people now then the people in 200 years. Also they aren’t fracking
Rianna Jarnot
Rianna Jarnot 12 dögum síðan
Sounds like modern day colonialism
Parker Ferguson
Parker Ferguson 12 dögum síðan
What a shocker, money over sustainability
Tony Chamberlain
Tony Chamberlain 6 dögum síðan
If investors did not believe there is to be made off of your "sustainable" technologies, then they wouldn't be forwarding the ideas.
Richard Mc kenzie
Richard Mc kenzie 12 dögum síðan
System is the product of intelligence. A person framing a system for his firm,his house or himself is thinking things through . He is using his head save steps and work and money .
Handlaid Tracks and 3D Printed Trains
Handlaid Tracks and 3D Printed Trains 12 dögum síðan
They used to cut ice blocks off frozen lakes in winter and store them all year before refrigeration was developed. They all lost those jobs when it was. Technology creates and destroys profits. Crude oil as a fuel source is already dead, it just hasn't stopped wriggling yet... How do you compete with zero feed stock cost and much simpler infrastructure that renewables offer? You can't.
BIG MIKE
BIG MIKE 12 dögum síðan
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Ronny Cary
Ronny Cary 12 dögum síðan
The far left has to make up for 4 lost years Trump put a damper in their plans . what is happening in Texas is crazy.
Brave Concepts
Brave Concepts 12 dögum síðan
Are they cutting costs on VOLUME?
REDUX
REDUX 12 dögum síðan
Everyone trying to claim something that isn’t their.
Just Someone
Just Someone 12 dögum síðan
Everyone talking about things they don't know anything of
Femi925
Femi925 12 dögum síðan
This is why I am so sick of greedy African leaders that prioritize their pockets over the livelihood of their people. Shameful.
Tony Chamberlain
Tony Chamberlain 11 dögum síðan
These people are currently living in huts made of sticks. You'd like to continue seeing them live in this fashion for how long?
Griffin Coyne
Griffin Coyne 12 dögum síðan
They are prioritizing the people. This will bring in billions of dollars and will give Namibians actual good paying jobs. Do you know what America was founded off of? Oil.
eltorocal
eltorocal 12 dögum síðan
Femi925 The U.S. Federal, State and County/Local Government.
Mactastic
Mactastic 12 dögum síðan
Political corruption :)
GO-GO SO-SO
GO-GO SO-SO 12 dögum síðan
This is why we need more green energy and green energy usage.
Tony Chamberlain
Tony Chamberlain 11 dögum síðan
This is what we call a stepping stone.
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- 12 dögum síðan
African villagers are some of the lat peoples in the world to be free and live in a relatively unrestrained way like in the past, free to live, farm, and exist without having to be burdened by "modern" and "progressive" nonsense like permits and restrictions and begging for permission to do anything whatsoever like city-dwellers now have to do. But now they're being "developed" and "modernized". 🤦 All that's left is Amazonian tribes and the North Sentinelese… for now… 😕
Joe Who
Joe Who 12 dögum síðan
Hidden cost.. Is the big guys 10%
Alwi Reza
Alwi Reza 12 dögum síðan
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Anastasia Beaverhausen
Anastasia Beaverhausen 12 dögum síðan
Green is the future. It's essential for future generations. We may not be able to save the earth but that doesn't mean we shouldn't extend it for as long as possible for the generations to come. Stop thinking about NOW!
Scout
Scout 12 dögum síðan
Be kind to your neighbors
BladeMasterz916
BladeMasterz916 12 dögum síðan
We are all F, anyway. Drill it baby!!!!
Abdul Ibrahim
Abdul Ibrahim 12 dögum síðan
Just like the slavery time, those in authority now selling the land to the white people again, it looks like we didn't learn our lesson.
Abdul Ibrahim
Abdul Ibrahim 12 dögum síðan
@Fernado Grifaldo I know, but that shouldn't happen, specially in this kind of circumstances
Fernado Grifaldo
Fernado Grifaldo 12 dögum síðan
Money talks man. Everyone has a price!!!!
MostRobust Portfolio
MostRobust Portfolio 12 dögum síðan
No other industry in the history of the earth has lifted more people from poverty and made life better. These people live in the dirt and deserve better. Forcing Green tech on them will ensure that these people remain in the third world indefinitely.
David
David 6 dögum síðan
100% accurate. Greenies live in a fake reality.
Gordon Dwyer
Gordon Dwyer 11 dögum síðan
@Tony Chamberlain It seems like it. Gone to look for the new jobs and education.😳
Tony Chamberlain
Tony Chamberlain 11 dögum síðan
@Gordon Dwyer Justin Beauchamp has left the building.
Gordon Dwyer
Gordon Dwyer 12 dögum síðan
@Justin Beauchamp Green energy brings new jobs and new education. 🤣 Really? Where?
Gordon Dwyer
Gordon Dwyer 12 dögum síðan
@Justin Beauchamp Why?
john smith
john smith 12 dögum síðan
Best thing to ever happen for Namibia. It will pull them out of poverty. Namibia desperately needs the funding oil will provide. Locals are for the project, government is fully behind it. Hopefully they will find natural gas also as Namibia only has dirty coal power plants which are so heavily polluting the country. Hopefully Namibia and its people will succeed in this project and reap its benefits. They have every right to explore and market their natural resources. Outside influencers will try to hold them back. Bottom line, the world needs oil resources in addition to wind and solar power. Oil has many uses, and is necessary to thousands of products used in all our daily lives. Win win for Namibia. Good luck to them.
papa cooking
papa cooking 12 dögum síðan
Do we love CNN news?
tobias endl
tobias endl 12 dögum síðan
It will bring billions for a few and cost trillions for all of us to fight climate change and it's impact 😖
David Honey
David Honey 12 dögum síðan
CNN is a terrorists organization paid by the democrat party. Wake up America 🇺🇸. Fake news
SouljaQ-on-YouTube
SouljaQ-on-YouTube 12 dögum síðan
In my opinion this is an absolutely crazy situation
scotty lane
scotty lane 12 dögum síðan
google (charlie chester technical director of cnn) who got caught admitting cnn pushes fear and propaganda and the next big crisis they will push after the rona is the “climate crisis”
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greensmash 12 dögum síðan
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D1 J
D1 J 12 dögum síðan
No matter what they do or do not find, the people living there will only see grief and destruction. Their lands will be rendered untenable and the eco-system will be destroyed. Want proof? Look at the history, and current state, of every resource extraction project on the continent of Africa.
Wordavee1
Wordavee1 12 dögum síðan
Stop pulling oil out of the ground!!! FFS! Remember the climate emergency???
Jamtommy
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Give the frost middle a shout out please
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She's a very pretty reporter. And she's very well spoken. This is a well done news story.
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Hello there Leah
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InuDante 12 dögum síðan
Please, we need help in colombia, the police is killing us! we need international human rights, and more media because the same government censors us. SOSCOLOMBIA
Out of many one people Out of many one people
Out of many one people Out of many one people 12 dögum síðan
Lol these people I’ll take your oil and u will like it
C D
C D 12 dögum síðan
This headline is pure clickbait
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S G
S G 12 dögum síðan
There is absolutely no saving this planet...
WakeUp Sheeple
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sour kush
sour kush 12 dögum síðan
We should cancel president’s day until we actually get one. Mr potato head is not my president
Brenda L Jackson
Brenda L Jackson 12 dögum síðan
Once again Sterling from our people. Really 🙄. My Elohim will provide
D Williams
D Williams 12 dögum síðan
American blacks so lucky they don’t live in Africa!
D Williams
D Williams 12 dögum síðan
Sorry you can’t develop natural resources anymore unless the global liberal world elite gets paid.
Ayay01
Ayay01 12 dögum síðan
There is no way water can have contact with .....Ooops ,,And i love the .We do this for the people living here they will be rich ..suuuure they will lmao
may wilson
may wilson 12 dögum síðan
I feel sorry for the people...They will die, land be destroyed, and companies get richer...THE WORLD WAY....
Thuna KR
Thuna KR 12 dögum síðan
But now the world is under attack from covid-19.
Tony Chamberlain
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Beware, the next boogeyman is right around the corner.
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Jamtommy 12 dögum síðan
China Virus.
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Thuna KR 12 dögum síðan
no thanks
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@Thuna KR inbox 📥
Thuna KR
Thuna KR 12 dögum síðan
yes it is true in the future.
Len Condon
Len Condon 12 dögum síðan
My apologies ,if i omitted anything, i was very emotional when i saw this trash video..I really would like to ask this non- reporter ,,just how long he could live in thls village where he orchestrated this insulting piece of self indulgence - anything for a buck !!
Abhijeet Kundu
Abhijeet Kundu 12 dögum síðan
"CNN is propaganda" - Charlie Chester; CNN technical director.
milkyway
milkyway 12 dögum síðan
Where's the uncle sam at???
Andy Lane
Andy Lane 12 dögum síðan
I agree they should be paid for keeping it in the ground out of the taxes other countries collect on oil use.
Applied Organics Fertilization Company
Applied Organics Fertilization Company 12 dögum síðan
The delta is over 200km away from drill site. You left out how Recon has drilled water wells for those people and that their wives no longer need to walk miles to get clean water.
Tony Chamberlain
Tony Chamberlain 11 dögum síðan
@may wilson what does oil have to do with Republicans?
Griffin Coyne
Griffin Coyne 12 dögum síðan
@R Torres you fail you realize this could be one of the biggest oil discoveries ever. The oil here could quite possibly not run out for the next 200 years. Look at the Permian basin in Texas. They have been drilling there for decades and still have tons of oil left in the ground. This has the potential to turn Namibia into one of the biggest if not the biggest African economy. If I were a Namibian, living in a hut with limited food and water I would be doing dances for recon and praying they find oil for the sake of my family and the future generations of my country. You can either get left behind in the world like most places are, or you can push to succeed like the Namibian government is doing. Sure we need to worry about the climate, but we don’t have the infrastructure, especially in a place like Namibia to go all electric
may wilson
may wilson 12 dögum síðan
@Applied Organics Fertilization Company I think I did say keystone pipeline still up and running? I did not say shut down all oil....I said, I am sick of damage, wars, environmental damage done by oil companies...That the world needs to move past, the oil dependency...I live in a coal state, I believe in moving past coal dependency also, but not shut down all coal mines, or coal use.....What is it with Republicans that is all or nothing? There is a middle to right and left.....
R Torres
R Torres 12 dögum síðan
@Applied Organics Fertilization Company - 10% Interest in their own resources? And do you mean a 35% corporate tax rate or a wage tax rate? I see this all the time with oil fields and building. Yes, it does temporarily 'help' the people when they build the plants but long term it doesn't offer the same amount of job creation AFTER the job is done. When the building is done, more than 3/4 of the people are out. Only a few stay to run it.
Applied Organics Fertilization Company
Applied Organics Fertilization Company 12 dögum síðan
@may wilson that iPhone or computer you are using is made from parts derived from oil. Your ignorance is impressive when you drag politics into an argument. Many democrats are invested in oil companies. Look at Warren Buffet, he is a massive Dem contributor guess what he owns, pipeline and railroad that transport petroleum products. People like you amaze me.
brian muli
brian muli 12 dögum síðan
'You tell me that these people don't deserve a better lifestyle,' after grabbing land from owners who were never compensated
Recklar T
Recklar T 11 dögum síðan
@Tony Chamberlain the government may not be a large federal super structure, but leaders are leaders. Reconafrica has done hundreds of local "consultations" and made "exploratory agreements" with "environmental assessments." All things companies do to get their way eventually. This may be recent, but corporate tyranny has a long history.
Tony Chamberlain
Tony Chamberlain 11 dögum síðan
@Recklar T please, give us the history lesson on this deal between Recon Africa and the government of Namibia. I'll be patiently waiting.
Recklar T
Recklar T 12 dögum síðan
@Ryan Crawford they roll up to the government, make their demands, and they government gives them "permission." This happens in america all the time to native americans when land is desirable to corporate interests, but in poorer countries it's much worse.
Ryan Crawford
Ryan Crawford 12 dögum síðan
They don’t just roll in on people property they they tell the land owners why there wanting to work and ask for there permission to work on there land aka permits. And they do get permission they pay the land owner as long as they’re there
SOMETHING BIG IS COMING!
SOMETHING BIG IS COMING! 12 dögum síðan
Canada took their land.
Tony Chamberlain
Tony Chamberlain 11 dögum síðan
You're totes right! OMG!
Ismail Yusof
Ismail Yusof 12 dögum síðan
Oil pollutes the world.
uvs707
uvs707 12 dögum síðan
I've got 3 v8 fleatheads in the garage and over 30 engines in different bits of equipment. I love the internal combustion engine but I also feel sorry for anyone that has oil found on their land.
Luis Molina
Luis Molina 11 dögum síðan
you should convert your engines to run on cow farts
Griffin Coyne
Griffin Coyne 12 dögum síðan
They aren’t fracking
INJIJI COMEDY
INJIJI COMEDY 12 dögum síðan
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Just Someone
Just Someone 12 dögum síðan
Yea stop the oil in Namibia, these people deserve to be poor! /s
John Martin
John Martin 12 dögum síðan
The world now has too many problems to solve, against climate , energy, economic and political acts
A H
A H 12 dögum síðan
Reminder: Arizona's elected officials have every right to audit Maricopa County's election. The Constitution gives State Legislators authority over elections. Instead of going with one of the two preselected audit companies for a minimal Logic & Accuracy test of the voting machines, Arizona's Legislative Body hired independent experts to complete the most thorough election audit in modern history. This includes a complete forensic audit of the voter rolls, paper ballots, adjudicated ballots, ballot images, voting machines, and the entire Election Management System (EMS). There are nine live camera feeds available for transparency at azaudit.org. There are three cameras above each table recording the inspection of each paper ballot. These recordings are not being made public in order to keep voter information private, but will be held onto as evidence of the transparency of the process and verification of the findings. In an era of hackable voting machines, and with both major parties doubting the integrity of recent elections, Arizona's Legislators should be celebrated for taking these steps to verify the integrity of our elections
Joe Beijing
Joe Beijing 12 dögum síðan
Jill Biden can a golf ball through a garden hose in under 10 seconds 🤣😆😂
David Ashton
David Ashton 12 dögum síðan
Joined Apr 20, 2021 Imbecile.
greensmash
greensmash 12 dögum síðan
The vaccine is the bioweapon. Specifically, the spike protein is the bioactive weapon, and it is designed to spread from person to person, being transmissible from the vaccinated in order to infect the unvaccinated. People who are injected with the mRNA vaccine are having their bodies turned into bioweapons factories, churning out spike protein particles which they shed through their mouths and skin, infecting everyone around them. The spike protein is biologically active and causes blood clots, leading to strokes, heart attacks, pulmonary embolism and infertility effects. We've finally figured out the exact mechanism of how this vaccine is designed to achieve global extermination. It's called a "self-replicating vaccine" because the vaccine spreads like a virus and infects everyone.
Spaced Out
Spaced Out 12 dögum síðan
Modern day colonization. Just watch and see how they demonize, stigmatize, and criminalize the local indigenous people, in order to legitimize the contribution to global warming. Ijs🤷‍♂️
Michael Latigo
Michael Latigo 12 dögum síðan
@Spaced Out👍
Spaced Out
Spaced Out 12 dögum síðan
@Michael Latigo mmm yes, farce indeed🧐
Michael Latigo
Michael Latigo 12 dögum síðan
Global warming is a farce. 😆🇺🇸
SinAlbert CK WONG
SinAlbert CK WONG 12 dögum síðan
....just take our words for it. We are from the developed world. But cannot guaranteed what will happen after we have finished and departed.
eltorocal
eltorocal 12 dögum síðan
SinAlbert CK WONG ...and he proceeds to smack a piece of steel with a sledge and says: "see, no worries...".
CNN Crypto
CNN Crypto 12 dögum síðan
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Steve Bartley
Steve Bartley 12 dögum síðan
"Oil is where you find it." Ghoul.
David
David 6 dögum síðan
You should be thanking the oil industry for helping build your entire existence.
Tony Chamberlain
Tony Chamberlain 11 dögum síðan
@Steve Bartley I won't judge you if you don't. It's hard to avoid and will be for quite some time.
Steve Bartley
Steve Bartley 11 dögum síðan
@Tony Chamberlain I'm working on a on it.
Tony Chamberlain
Tony Chamberlain 11 dögum síðan
@Steve Bartley no more products derived from oil for you, Steve.
Steve Bartley
Steve Bartley 12 dögum síðan
@MostRobust Portfolio the one I chose to highlight.
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