Pennzoil has a commercial showing they've made Natural Gas with additives that sells in a bottle. How does that pertain to monies owed to those Land Owners who have Natural Gas contracts?
It just makes another use for natural gas. The larger the market for NG then the more pressure for price increases. Supply and demand drives the market.
Interesting. in terms of mineral owners, if its something that adds value after the point of custody transfer, they won't see direct payments. But the overall demand may rise, bringing up the price paid.
shell built a big time gtl, gas to liquids, plant in the middle east.
the project is called pearl and is in qatar
they also own both the pennzoil and quaker state motor oil brands.
i'm guessing pearl liquids are what's going into the pennzoil in question
Ever tear an engine down that has been run on Quaker State? I wouldn't wish that residue on my worst enemy.
That is because Quaker Steak & Lube wings sauce is not meant for your auto engine.
Quaker Steak & Lube® is Founded when Co-founders Gary "Moe" Meszaros and George "Jig" Warren bought a vacant automobile service station in Sharon, PA and converted it into a restaurant and bar appropriately named "Quaker Steak & Lube®."
Today, “The Lube®” serves over 80 million wings annually, has bottled sauces for retail sale, has won the title of “Best Wings USA,” and has hundreds of local, national, and international awards for their sauce recipes. Over 60 locations throughout the United States and Canada, “The Lube®” is still rescuing muscle cars, vintage cars, trucks and a vast selection of custom and antique motorcycles, giving them good homes hanging from the walls and ceilings in each restaurant.
Hey, if it's good enough for me, it's good enough for the Chrysler...
Especially if it ran hot. Havoline is about the same thing.
Everything runs hot down here, two dogs. Most especially the women.
tc, I am thunderstruck. Did not know you could eat Quaker State. You will notice I said eat, not drink. It's that bad.
Here is a Youtube link.
do you know/suspect how xom's 'mobil-one' synthetic base oil(s) may differ from rds's 'pure platinum pennzoil' base oil(s)?
i sure don't.
p.s. my guess is that any performance difference(s) between the two branded lube products will be found in/courtesy of each's proprietary 'pixie dust(s)'.
p.p.s i've run mobil-1 for a long time, but i'd drop them like a bad habit, if i thought shell's product was superior, provided it was price competitive.