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    Oil companies have had to boost their prices to cover losses and decrease the risk of accidents (and pay for past mistakes). Did they have the extra cash in the coffee fund? In a drawer? (The answer is no). So if the oil companies didn't have all that money on hand, and they weren't fully insured to cover losses and increased expenses, who pays? Hint: $5.00 for a gallon of gasoline, increases in taxes, insurance, and prices of consumer products, 50% loss of value in stock market and economic collapse. Now, more relevant (but related): who pays for the expense of sequestering carbon dioxide in power production and transportation? You and me. And I don't feel well about it. Can you afford to pay for a remedy (of dubious benefit, minimal at best) at great expense to the welfare of a very sick patient?

    No we cannot and this is very evident in California where the state has bankrupted itself much of it to do with the extreme radical laws it passed on AB32, the global climate change bill which most certainly will chase out much more of California industry. Their laws under the Air Recourses Board are already chased out much of the industry and thus less taxes. Dana Master of Science is typical of the liberal radicals in his statement below where he doesn't care about 5$ per gallon gasoline as portrays a person who knows nothing about economics nor has a care in the world about his fellow human beings. Dana doesn't drive much which is fine if he thinks a bicycle can deliver his food, clothing and shelter for the needs of his living. This is what these kind of people are doing to our world folks, attempting to set us back hundreds of years. People like Dana who is 28 years old, fresh out of the professor brainwashed college of Berkeley has not lived a life nor has he had any responsibilities that most humans face in their lifetime. Dana is living a life lived through rose colored glasses and looks at these issues only in how it affects himself in his own little world. He doesn't see the big picture on what the issue is doing to mankind. California has enacted environmental laws that have no medical or environmental benefits but are intended to show they world that they did it and can then get pats on the back for doing so. They do, however, do not care about the human suffering as a result of their laws that have no benefits.

    Thank you for trying to educate these people on the subject of economics. I see from the comments above, that most people believe in the "money fairy". Corporations do not pay the costs for anybody elses benefit. They pass those costs on or they do not incur them in the first place. If a new "unaccounted for" tax is now imputed on fossil fuel, ham sandwiches, rattan furniture or anything else, then it will be passed on to the consumer. I am really tired when I hear the rant against Exxon. Exxon is a $500 Billion Corporation. That means that collectively, shareholders have invested or are investing that sum of money in the company. They made about 10% on their combined investment last year. Historically oil companies yield about 4-6% return on capital. I suppose they should make less than the banks and the food services industry because...? Ya want to go after "your" money retroactively? Good luck with that one and good luck with anybody ever investing another $Billion in the US!

    Apparently Spain can't. They are scrapping their whole green initiatives program. Australia's government is taking a step back as well as they begin to figure up the costs. Here is a bit about Spain: "Spain’s experience (cited by President Obama as a model) reveals with high confidence, by two different methods, that the U.S. should expect a loss of at least 2.2 jobs on average, or about 9 jobs lost for every 4 created, to which we have to add those jobs that non-subsidized investments with the same resources would have created,” wrote {Dr. Gabriel} Calenza's report: Study of the Effects on Employment of Public Aid to Renewable Energy Sources. Obama repeatedly has said that the United States should look to Spain as an example of a country that has successfully applied federal money to green initiatives in order to stimulate its economy." Maybe Obama will also look to Spain as a model of the effects of green initiatives. Na, I don't think so. He can be a little slow sometimes. P.S. You are exactly right. Oil companies will pass every penny of increased taxes on to you the consumer. They get assessed the taxes, you pay them. that's how it works.

    Huh? Are we supposed to feel sorry for the oil companies? Didn't Exxon make 45.2 billion dollars of profit last year, more than any US company ever? Oil companies are not utilities, they charge whatever they can to make the most money. The price is driven by supply and demand, there was high demand and barely adequate supply early last year, allowing the price to skyrocket and the oil companies to make big profits. As the world economy slowed the price came crashing back down. Of course they should pay for accidents and mistakes. The $123 million per day in profit that Exxon made should be able to pay for that. What makes you think paying for preventing global warming won't be cheaper than paying for fixing everything after the fact? What if hurricane strength goes up? Katrina cost $100 billion on its own. What if the combination of rising sea level and more intense (but less frequent) storms causes seawater intrusion into the Sacramento Delta? That will be WAY more costly than Katrina. There will not only be more people displaced, with more costly homes to replace, but Northern California water will be cut off from Southern California, perhaps for years. What if many of our mid-latitude croplands go barren due to lack of rain? What would be the cost to the US economy if midwestern farm production slows and production shifts to Canada? EDIT: threemilepingaree, I don't get what? You people don't think that companies should pay for their accidents and fouling the environment? That's awfully generous of you, and it strikes as corporate welfare, and I'm not socialist. You say that I'll just pay it at Exxon, but why should I pay them if the price is cheaper at BP, or some other smarter oil company? If companies are stupid they will charge higher prices and lose out to their competitors, if they are smart they'll figure out cost-effective ways of being environmentally responsible. That's what capitalism is about. The costs of trying to fix GW after the fact are vastly higher than the costs of preventing it in the first place.

    I'm still waiting for credible scientific evidence of man-caused global warming. Has anyone.... I mean anyone..... seen the irrefutable evidence/proof of AGW? I agree that 5 or 6 dollar/gal. gasoline would kick our economy in the butt. Just driving to and from work would be expensive for most Americans. This in turn, would result in less discretionary income to spend on goods and services. Travel and tourism would languish.... the cost of business travel would be passed on to the consumer..... shipping cost increases would be passed on to the consumer.... etc.

    The costs of adjusting to rapid climate change will be much greater than the cost of administrating cap-and-trade requirements. Likewise, oil companies taking care to prevent disasters costs much less than the costs to clean them up. Just as a home builder must pay for lumber and the cost to transport it, oil companies and all companies and individuals who emmit excess CO2 must pay the full price for the resources they use. This is the free market and it works well -- we just have to bring all the externally costs into the cost equations and let the market rule from there. If the true cost of a gallon of gas is $5 then it is better to let it be that -- and you and I freely decide whether we want to buy it -- than to have the goverment subsidize some costs and then tax us. Government paying for environmental damage caused by a private company is a tax-and-spend subsidy.

    Pegminer just doesn't seem to get it. Exxon doesn't pay for anything. Exxon hikes the price and Pegminer pays it, don't you see?

    There is no warming- the only warming in the last 70 years was from 1975 to 1998 as determined by all 4 global tracking org's: Hence the transion to CC... And since the buffoon Hansen's claim of 1998 as the hottest US year was a product of incompetant math (or outright lies), new dubious "blended" global data has been substitued by the tools: Slight CO2 escalation has FOLLOWED warming during every interglacial transition on record- the exact opposite of the Gore lie: And exactly what has happened since the little ice 500 years ago. Hence the transition to "feedback loops"... The "consensus" was actually FIVE UN tools whose corrections were ignored by UN politicians: UN IPCC Expert Reviewer Madhav Khandekar, was not pleased by the disingenuous political tripe packaged as science: “To my dismay, IPCC authors ignored all my comments and suggestions for major changes in the FOD (First Order Draft) and sent me the SOD (Second Order Draft) with essentially the same text as the FOD. None of the authors of the chapter bothered to directly communicate with me (or with other expert reviewers with whom I communicate on a regular basis) on many issues that were raised in my review. This is not an acceptable scientific review process.” And many more: Geologist/Geochemist Dr. Tom V. Segalstad, also a former expert reviewer with the U.N. IPCC, succinctly summarizes: “It is all a fiction.” Another UN IPCC expert reviewer, Dr. David Wojick, co-founder of the Department of Engineering and Public Policy at Carnegie-Mellon University: “The public is not well served by this constant drumbeat of false alarms fed by computer models manipulated by advocates.” Climate researcher Dr Vincent Gray, an expert reviewer on every draft of the IPCC: “The claims of the IPCC are dangerous unscientific nonsense. There is no actual scientific evidence for all these projections and estimates. It should be obvious that they are ridiculous. After reviewing a new study to be released in the Journal of Geophysical Research, “Heat Capacity, Time Constant, and Sensitivity of Earth’s Climate System,” astronomer Dr. Ian Wilson of the Hubble Space Telescope Institute summarized: “Anthropogenic global warming bites the dust. Former Harvard physicist Dr. Lubos Motl indicated in August of 2007 that recent research has reduced proponents of man-made climate fears to: “Playing the children’s game to scare each other. Dr. Oleg Sorochtin a scientist of the Institute of Oceanography at the Russian Academy of Sciences, author of more than 300 studies and nine books, concludes: “Even if the concentration of ‘greenhouse gases’ double man would not perceive the temperature impact”: The entire change in CO2 after 120 years in industrialized humanity is a MEANINGLESS 1/100th of 1 percent- .028-.038 of 1 percent: Meanwhile- nearly all credible scientists willing to place their rep on the line call MMGW a fraud: Hence the MMGW marionettes fake "studies" of anonymous scientists... More than 31,000 scientists have signed this petition demonstrating direct correlation between solar irradiance and earth's temp. They- and many others also show that CO2 levels have been more than 400% higher BEFORE fossil fuels. new-hampshire Research: Qualifications include: Atmosphere, Earth, & Environment (3,803), Computers & Math (935), Physics & Aerospace (5,810), Chemistry (4,818): 700 distinguished scientists have petitioned the Senate calling MMGW a fraud: Record_id=2674e64f-802a-23ad-490b-bd9f... !00 more leading scientists petitioned the UN- many of them claimed by Gore to be part of his nonsensical UN consensus: These scientists show DIRECT correlation fron solar irradiance and earth's temp- what a shock! Habibullo Abdussamatov, head of space research at Russia's Pulkovo Astronomical Observatory says the Mars data is yet more evidence that the current global warming on Earth is being caused by changes in the Sun.: "The long-term increase in solar irradiance is heating both Earth and Mars." Dr. Spencer- senior NASA climatologist as opposed to modeler, confirms: “There has never been a single scientific paper published that has ruled out natural climate variability for most of our warming,”

    Yes, I can afford $5/gallon gas because I don't use very much gasoline. Right now the price of gasoline in the UK is about 100 pence per liter. is $1.60 per liter, which is about $6.15/gallon. Prices are similar in many European countries, and Australia, etc. So why do people think the US economy will implode if we have to pay $4-5/gallon?

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