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I was at B&N looking for a book about JBoss (computer stuff) and
wandered over to the financial isle. There amid a ton of Witch Dad/Poot Dad books, I found a small volume on how to value things in the oil
industry. After looking at it a bit I realized that it was a
wonderful gem hidden in a great heap of rock. There was only the
one copy, so I glommed it and bought it on the spot. I will study
it carefully.

The reason I care is that I like the energy industry a lot. We
are coming off a commodity bubble, which means that it is time to
start look at the industry carefully. There may be some neat bargains
available in the next few years, which can be sold most profitably
in the next run up. Over the long run the energy industry is not
going away and there is money to be made.

Chris - gets goose bumps at the mention of complexity 12 refineries
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