Oil Prices Soar After Drone Attack On Saudi Facility

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Phil Flynn of Price Futures Group and former U.S. Army special operations and strategic adviser Brett Velicovich discuss their outlook for oil following drone strikes on a Saudi oil facility.

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12 Comments

  1. Another ripoff to the American consumer. SOR to be released, yet, consumers always get the shaft.

  2. I Agree! Any excuse will do to raise oil prices.l am tired of always being ripped off by oil. It ends up driving All living expenses up also. It’s high time to end this nonsince.

  3. Another ‘Big Oil’ Scam! Anything to Jack up the price of Oil/Gas!

  4. When gas gets close to 2 dollars a refinery has a fire this just a new way ti raise the gas price

  5. Just another example of how to screw the comsumer. I hauled ⛽ gas from the refineries to gas stations for many years and I can’t count the times gas prices went up and up and the public was told it was because of a shortage of product but yet every storage tanknat the refinery was full and they were shut down because they didn’t have any place to put the refined products.

  6. Just another example of how to screw the comsumer. I hauled ⛽ gas from the refineries to gas stations for many years and I can’t count the times gas prices went up and up and the public was told it was because of a shortage of product but yet every storage tank at the refinery was full and they were shut down because they didn’t have any place to put the refined products.

  7. It does Appear that WE confounded Consumers ALL View this “”As Just ONE more RIP-off That is Beimg Delt to the “”Dum citizens of this country. Didn`t I just yesterday Told OUR country Was now Producing MORE than Enough Fuels to Supply All of our OIL Needs ??? WAS I Hearing WRONG ?? Of course,,Any old EXCuse Will Suffice When it Comes to ‘Sticking IT TO Our Own Dwindling Finances.

  8. The funny part is, all that got blown up, is back online working, according to todays news.

  9. Not sure where they are seeing these so asked high prices I live in Texas and prices aren’t any different than a week ago

  10. I live in Park City, Ks. The Quick Trip here, went from $2.199 a gallon to $2.299 on the day after the bombing over there, and then the next day up to $2.459 a gallon. It dropped a couple of cents by yesterday evening, but I think our local watch groups immediately started raising cain’ with all 35″ of the Q.T. ‘s throughout Sedgwick county.

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