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USA studies measures to compensate oil companies

2020-04-17 09:42:51

Paying for the oil to be left underground is one of the options the United States is planning for oil companies.

Is it possible to pay for not taking oil?

The United States definitely seems to do and undo at will with everything and everyone, because according to an official of the Trump Administration, he affirms that there is a plan to cancel compensation for some 365 million barrels of oil, because with it the government could make its reserves be much more substantial especially when considering possible emergency situations.

 The possibility of paying to leave the oil underground is raised, since the United States is a country that usually proposes something and achieves it at any cost, since they managed to get some drilling companies to go bankrupt recently due to the abrupt falling oil prices, so today they are avoiding super abundance and for this Trump and the Department of energy are willing to pay oil companies in order not to extract crude oil from the ground.

The United States willing to pay to leave the oil underground.

 This is a plan that is not only reflected in a document and dialogues with companies, since it requires a considerable amount of money, and for this to happen it is necessary to go through the congress first, but this is where we ask ourselves, is it Is it possible to achieve this ?, based on the fact that very recently the congressmen refused to grant 3,000 million for the purchase of oil for the reserve, that is simply a trip, only that Trump seems not to remember it.

 On April 3 the same president of the United States asked the energy secretary for information on how to conserve oil, and the best response he had was the accumulation of crude oil in floating tanks, or in tanks that are not used in refineries or in its defect in caves, these options have made Trump think that it is possible to pay the oil companies so that they do not extract the crude but obviously it would already be owned by the US, this would be done considering the possibility that the country could conserve hydrocarbons underground but outside the national reserve and thereby blocking extraction, as they would be an emergency reserve.

 Consequently, thinking about paying to leave the oil underground sounds quite crazy but it is simply a strategy that Trump is willing to use to get the oil companies to sell their reserves and can be exploited by the United States, only when necessary. thing that could never be.

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