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Debate Score:23
Arguments:16
Total Votes:28
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Are we gonna RUN OUT of oil?

Hello:

It's a yes or no question.  Your reasoning would be of interest, though.

excon

Yes

Side Score: 12
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No

Side Score: 11
3 points

Yes, oil is non-renewable resource as it takes millions of years to produce from organic matter. We are consuming oil faster tan it can technically be made. Many reports put oil reverses depletion at 50 years to 300 years. Most pessimistic reports assume no new technology for extraction, as most optimistic assumes we'll be able to extract all the oil. The estimates also fail to calculate the decrease in oil use due to climate change concerns and renewable energy alternatives.

Side: Yes
2 points

Yes, because oil is a limited resource. If you think oil is infinite boundless some banana, then I think there is something wrong with your brain.

Side: Yes
1 point

Are we gonna RUN OUT of oil?

Nope. I have many old bottles of KY stored in my basement.

Side: Yes
Caspion(205) Disputed
1 point

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Side: No
1 point

SUPER STUPID when you Lefty's run out of natural gas i hope you ass enjoys the the bitter cold !!! But one can forecast that you Climate Chaos fools will be whining like the LITTLE BITCHES you are !!!!!!!!!!

Side: Yes
0 points

Are we gonna RUN OUT of oil?

Hello excon:

Well, OF COURSE, we're gonna run out of oil.. I can't imagine ANYONE looking at the globe and declaring that the supply of oil is INFINITE.

Truly!

excon

Side: Yes
Caspion(205) Disputed
1 point

Well, OF COURSE, we're gonna run out of oil..

Not neccessarily. The libs say climate change will get us first.

I can't imagine ANYONE looking at the globe and declaring that the supply of oil is INFINITE.

It's like the universe. It might not be infinite, but we'll never explore it all.

Side: No
outlaw60(15500) Disputed
1 point

Hello:

It's a yes or no question. Your reasoning would be of interest, though.

excon

https://www.usnews.com/news/best-states/ washington/articles/2018-10-10/bc-pipeline-explosion-risks-washington-natural-gas-shortage

https://ktvl.com/news/local/canada-pipeline-explosion-likely-to-raise-gas-prices-across-pacific-northwest

MEDFORD, Ore. A pipeline explosion in Prince George, Canada will likely have repercussions in southern Oregon.

The blast shut down the Enbridge natural gas pipeline about 600 miles northeast of Vancouver.

According to Patrick DeHaan, Head Petroleum Analyst for GasBuddy, gas prices are set to rise across the Pacific Northwest over the coming week because of the explosion.

While the pipeline that exploded carried natural gas, DeHaan said oil refineries in Washington state rely on that natural gas to help power their facilities to produce gas, diesel and jet fuel.

"It's going to make it very difficult or impossible for these refineries to continue operating," said DeHaan. "Without the feed of natural gas, it's kind of like losing power to your house. You can't do a whole lot without it."

SUPER STUPID what are you LEFTY'S going to do without oil ?????????????

Side: No
2 points

The Earth is not running out of oil and gas, BP says

Global reserves could almost double by 2050 despite booming consumption, oil major says

The world is no longer at risk of running out of oil or gas, with existing technology capable of unlocking so much that global reserves would almost double by 2050 despite booming consumption, BP has said.

When taking into account all accessible forms of energy, including nuclear, wind and solar, there are enough resources to meet 20 times what the world will need over that period, David Eyton, BP Group head of technology said.

"Energy resources are plentiful. Concerns over running out of oil and gas have disappeared," Mr Eyton said at the launch of BP's inaugural Technology Outlook.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/energy/oilandgas/11971280/The-Earth-is-not-running-out-of-oil-and- gas-BP-says.html

Side: No
2 points

Peanut oil? Nope. Peanut oil is everywhere.

Side: No
1 point

Hello:

It's a yes or no question. Your reasoning would be of interest, though.

excon

https://www.usnews.com/news/best-states/ washington/articles/2018-10-10/bc-pipeline-explosion-risks-washington-natural-gas-shortage

https://ktvl.com/news/local/canada-pipeline-explosion-likely-to-raise-gas-prices-across-pacific-northwest

MEDFORD, Ore. A pipeline explosion in Prince George, Canada will likely have repercussions in southern Oregon.

The blast shut down the Enbridge natural gas pipeline about 600 miles northeast of Vancouver.

According to Patrick DeHaan, Head Petroleum Analyst for GasBuddy, gas prices are set to rise across the Pacific Northwest over the coming week because of the explosion.

While the pipeline that exploded carried natural gas, DeHaan said oil refineries in Washington state rely on that natural gas to help power their facilities to produce gas, diesel and jet fuel.

"It's going to make it very difficult or impossible for these refineries to continue operating," said DeHaan. "Without the feed of natural gas, it's kind of like losing power to your house. You can't do a whole lot without it."

SUPER STUPID what are you LEFTY'S going to do without oil ?????????????

Side: No
1 point

SUPER STUPID u LEFTY'S need to get up to speed !

https://www.energy-northwest.com/energy101/energysources/Pages/Natural-Gas.aspx

Natural gas is one of the principle sources of energy for many of our nations day-to-day needs and activities.

Washington state relies heavily on natural gas produced in Canada and transported by pipelines to U.S. markets. Canadas Sumas Center, near the border between Washington and British Columbia, is the principal natural gas trading and transportation hub for the Pacific Northwest.

The Northwest Pipeline Corp. system supplies markets in western Washington and Oregon, and a Gas Transmission Northwest line supplies the eastern part of the two states. The residential sector leads Washingtons natural gas consumption, followed closely by the industrial and electric power generating sectors. Roughly one-third of Washington households use natural gas as their primary energy source for home heating, according to the Energy Information Administration.

SUPER STUPID what you LEFTY'S going to do when you have no more of the DREADED NATURAL GAS ?????????????

Side: No
1 point

Are we gonna RUN OUT of oil?

Hello science deniers:

Let's say you bought a coke and stuck a straw into it.. Will your coke last FOREVER, or WILL you reach the bottom of the glass??

Dude..

excon

Side: No
outlaw60(15500) Disputed
1 point

Hello:

It's a yes or no question. Your reasoning would be of interest, though.

excon

https://www.usnews.com/news/best-states/ washington/articles/2018-10-10/bc-pipeline-explosion-risks-washington-natural-gas-shortage

https://ktvl.com/news/local/canada-pipeline-explosion-likely-to-raise-gas-prices-across-pacific-northwest

MEDFORD, Ore. A pipeline explosion in Prince George, Canada will likely have repercussions in southern Oregon.

The blast shut down the Enbridge natural gas pipeline about 600 miles northeast of Vancouver.

According to Patrick DeHaan, Head Petroleum Analyst for GasBuddy, gas prices are set to rise across the Pacific Northwest over the coming week because of the explosion.

While the pipeline that exploded carried natural gas, DeHaan said oil refineries in Washington state rely on that natural gas to help power their facilities to produce gas, diesel and jet fuel.

"It's going to make it very difficult or impossible for these refineries to continue operating," said DeHaan. "Without the feed of natural gas, it's kind of like losing power to your house. You can't do a whole lot without it."

SUPER STUPID what are you LEFTY'S going to do without oil ?????????????

Side: Yes
outlaw60(15500) Disputed
1 point

STUPOR STUPID have you checked with BSEE to make your claim ?????????????

Side: Yes
-1 points

With how many drains we're circling- between global warming, the increasing threat of nuclear catastrophe, the collapse of the dollar, or any one of us going outside and inflicting our specific flavor of stupidity onto the world- I'll be fuckin' amazed if running out of go-juice is what finally fucks us.

Side: No