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April 29, 2020, 11:24:12 AM
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Recently I heard some news that countries consider burning oil because there's no more place to store it.

As you know the oil production volumes are huge, and this means that a lot of oil will be burn.

So the question is, how will it affect the earth's climate? Is this a significant concern for the environmentalists?

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April 29, 2020, 11:27:47 AM
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If they're using controlled facilities then it'll do nothing...

As long as they have things like catalytic converters then it'll just be like normal oil that would've been used anyway...

As long as they don't have an open fire and it doesn't cast too many shadows, it might be a shock these days though given the recent lack of pollution.
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April 29, 2020, 12:03:21 PM
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Firstly I do not think the government is doing right.
Killing so many animals , destroying the resources just because they don't want to give it for free to decrease their price .
This is ridiculously irrelevant , when they can actually do good and distribute it to those in need .
It would have an impact on the environment for sure because unlike the renewable sources of energy , it is not unlimited. They will destroy the natural resources plus pollution cannot be completed avoided , even if they use the secure burning facilities , they would actually use the filters to filter out the dangerous particles from it but it would inturn cost much more for the government to build a facility like this and at the same time keep changing the air filters in the chimneys .
So if they do it , they are stupid.

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April 29, 2020, 12:11:12 PM
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If they're using controlled facilities then it'll do nothing...

As long as they have things like catalytic converters then it'll just be like normal oil that would've been used anyway...

As long as they don't have an open fire and it doesn't cast too many shadows, it might be a shock these days though given the recent lack of pollution.

Sounds reassuring!

But what about the tankers full of oil that are drifting in the Pacific? The worst scenario I can imagine is that they will dump it into the ocean because nobody will want to take the responsibility of storing it or burning in a facilities...

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Firstly I do not think the government is doing right.
Killing so many animals , destroying the resources just because they don't want to give it for free to decrease their price .
This is ridiculously irrelevant , when they can actually do good and distribute it to those in need .
It would have an impact on the environment for sure because unlike the renewable sources of energy , it is not unlimited. They will destroy the natural resources plus pollution cannot be completed avoided , even if they use the secure burning facilities , they would actually use the filters to filter out the dangerous particles from it but it would inturn cost much more for the government to build a facility like this and at the same time keep changing the air filters in the chimneys .
So if they do it , they are stupid.

If only we lived in a perfect world... Honestly I think we're technologically ready for solar/alternative energies, but the economy will have to be reformed worldwide. That's not something that's in the best interests of the establishment, but hopefully we can get there some day.

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April 29, 2020, 12:32:48 PM
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If they're using controlled facilities then it'll do nothing...

As long as they have things like catalytic converters then it'll just be like normal oil that would've been used anyway...

As long as they don't have an open fire and it doesn't cast too many shadows, it might be a shock these days though given the recent lack of pollution.

Sounds reassuring!

But what about the tankers full of oil that are drifting in the Pacific? The worst scenario I can imagine is that they will dump it into the ocean because nobody will want to take the responsibility of storing it or burning in a facilities...

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Firstly I do not think the government is doing right.
Killing so many animals , destroying the resources just because they don't want to give it for free to decrease their price .
This is ridiculously irrelevant , when they can actually do good and distribute it to those in need .
It would have an impact on the environment for sure because unlike the renewable sources of energy , it is not unlimited. They will destroy the natural resources plus pollution cannot be completed avoided , even if they use the secure burning facilities , they would actually use the filters to filter out the dangerous particles from it but it would inturn cost much more for the government to build a facility like this and at the same time keep changing the air filters in the chimneys .
So if they do it , they are stupid.

If only we lived in a perfect world... Honestly I think we're technologically ready for solar/alternative energies, but the economy will have to be reformed worldwide. That's not something that's in the best interests of the establishment, but hopefully we can get there some day.

Problem is , the leaders that people choose are all old and knowledgeable , I agree but they lack the perspective of a young person , in many countries there are age groups , only after which one can rule the government.

The person should be educated , young , positive and not dumb like leaders like Trump , plus we should have the power to help others in need like the North Korea , the government should have been dissolved long ago . People are treated like animals there , there are no rights , humanity is itself a crime there .

Only if the borders were erased and whole world was one country , not different nations competing for resources. Hoping is not the only thing we can do , we can get our ideas and thoughts out there , we can try and reform our society . Maybe we won't make it , but at least we would have tried.

System needs some serious reforms soon .

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April 29, 2020, 12:33:43 PM
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April 29, 2020, 12:59:13 PM
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Recently I heard some news that countries consider burning oil because there's no more place to store it.
I don't buy that reasoning for one second.  If countries are contemplating the burning of oil, it's not because they don't have anywhere to store it (unless someone can convince me otherwise).

Oil has been nothing but headache after headache ever since it started being used for oil lamps, heating, and in the production of gasoline and other petroleum products.  It's caused political, environmental, economic, and all sorts of other problems and I'll be happy when the world is finally powering itself with cleaner forms of energy. 

As far as whatever burning takes place because of the "storage problem," my guess is that it won't be done under ideal conditions and there will probably be some consequences to the environment.  The whole idea just rings silly in my ears.

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April 29, 2020, 07:22:12 PM
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Hello friends!

Recently I heard some news that countries consider burning oil because there's no more place to store it.

As you know the oil production volumes are huge, and this means that a lot of oil will be burn.

So the question is, how will it affect the earth's climate? Is this a significant concern for the environmentalists?
many countries are affected by falling oil prices, and individual countries will likely need to take swift action and implement reforms, if this prolonged decline will force countries to carry out economic reforms - in some cases, which change their economies by strengthening the private sector. to prevent a big bankruptcy

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April 29, 2020, 10:28:56 PM
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i think they will know what they do , not just "burn" it instanly , so i think its fine , but sad thing when that happens while some country really need it
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April 29, 2020, 10:55:18 PM
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Recently I heard some news that countries consider burning oil because there's no more place to store it.

i can't find any news articles about this. link?

based on how optimistic the market is about recovery, i find it unlikely that anyone would be destroying oil stores yet. i could only see that if this keeps up for months or years. oil contracts might go negative again at expiration, but longer term i think countries like china (who are huge oil importers) are building facilities to suck up the excess supply. https://www.cnn.com/2020/04/08/business/oil-prices-china-imports/index.html

The whole idea just rings silly in my ears.

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April 29, 2020, 11:51:18 PM
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But what about the tankers full of oil that are drifting in the Pacific? The worst scenario I can imagine is that they will dump it into the ocean because nobody will want to take the responsibility of storing it or burning in a facilities...


I think there's more of a reason they don't do that normally, if they do, governments like the US will face a lot of cirtticism over it until they find a way to solve the problem. I think this would cause a lot more problems even for the oil companies (a lot of plastic waste in the ocean is APPARENTLY caused by fishing - around 44% i think i've seen quoted - this would be a massive blow to the oil industries if a large amount of oil just seeped inot the ocean from one of these ships...

It also means we've even further destroyed the only ecosystem we had a hope for not causing too much of an extinction to (other than dolphins and a few other animals with plastic).
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April 30, 2020, 12:52:56 AM
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I think the idea of burning oil due to storage is full that is a bad idea for the environment. This will cause the greenhouse effect. The earth's temperature will rise, the ice in Antarctica and the Arctic will melt a lot. As a result, rising water levels will rise, causing coastal areas to face serious risks such as tsunamis or floods. Instead, I recommend that the companies exploit less oil to ensure economic returns while protecting the global environment.

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April 30, 2020, 01:59:39 AM
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Burning oil for lack of space to store??
And there is nothing to convert the oil into, and it cannot be transported to other countries. Maybe only in this pandemic period that people do not really go out. Yet they will sell at costly price here in my country.that is not wisdom. Though burning the oil may contribute to air pollution and even Constitute some poisonous substances like carbon monoxide to the cloud, which is not good to the health of the people.
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April 30, 2020, 02:19:54 AM
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Hello friends!

Recently I heard some news that countries consider burning oil because there's no more place to store it.

As you know the oil production volumes are huge, and this means that a lot of oil will be burn.

So the question is, how will it affect the earth's climate? Is this a significant concern for the environmentalists?

I also don't buy the reasoning behind burning oil? Burning their oil means burning their money as well so I doubt that countries will take that action just because there's no more place to store, doesn't makes any sense at all. Again, if we here this kind of news, for sure environmentalist will be concern, but so far I can't see any online news about your topic. Maybe if you could put some links in here then there will be a lot of discussions, but so far it looks like this is a total hearsay.

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April 30, 2020, 02:21:27 AM
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I dont think that many countries would be burning oil due to lack of of storage. It is quite erroneous specially that this pandemic would not be lasting for more than 2 years. This pandemic slows down the usage of oil and when this ends, it will surely comes back to normal usage.
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April 30, 2020, 03:05:27 AM
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If they're using controlled facilities then it'll do nothing...

As long as they have things like catalytic converters then it'll just be like normal oil that would've been used anyway...

As long as they don't have an open fire and it doesn't cast too many shadows, it might be a shock these days though given the recent lack of pollution.

Solid post my man Jack, no idea what most of this means but it sounds sciency and smart so +merit.

From my own personal view with no real research I can't see them burning Oil. While the storage of this oil is a bit expensive, that's true, you're still going to be able to get SOME money on the free market to sell this. I'd assume that most of the people that are sitting on oil right now are just praying for a recovery and are planning to just leave their cargo barges in the ocean waiting for this to happen.





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April 30, 2020, 05:12:52 AM
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Recently I heard some news that countries consider burning oil because there's no more place to store it.
I don't buy that reasoning for one second.  If countries are contemplating the burning of oil, it's not because they don't have anywhere to store it (unless someone can convince me otherwise).

Oil has been nothing but headache after headache ever since it started being used for oil lamps, heating, and in the production of gasoline and other petroleum products.  It's caused political, environmental, economic, and all sorts of other problems and I'll be happy when the world is finally powering itself with cleaner forms of energy. 

As far as whatever burning takes place because of the "storage problem," my guess is that it won't be done under ideal conditions and there will probably be some consequences to the environment.  The whole idea just rings silly in my ears.

In order to fight the pollution brought by burning of oil, each and everyone of us should plant a tree as much as possible so that there is something that absorbs the carbon dioxide and convert it into an oxygen. By that, we can still fight and lessen the pollution in the air and we can protect our ozone layer.

The reason why we have so much oil is because the only consumer of it are those who are using it in the household and factories who produces some stocks. This quarantine prohibits people to use vehicle to go outside to lessen the spread of the virus, we all know that vehicles are operated by oil in order to function.

I suggest to plant more trees everywhere and people should invent an oil that produces harmless air when it emit gases. If we lack of storage for oil then what if we make another storage for it, so that it will not be wasted and destroy the environment in burning it and make it wasted.
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April 30, 2020, 05:19:38 AM
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lol burning oil really?

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April 30, 2020, 05:39:27 AM
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Hello friends!

Recently I heard some news that countries consider burning oil because there's no more place to store it.

As you know the oil production volumes are huge, and this means that a lot of oil will be burn.

So the question is, how will it affect the earth's climate? Is this a significant concern for the environmentalists?

Burning oil and wasting it instead of giving it away to the people for free. Angry That's how capitalism works.
This is the most stupid idea I've ever heard.Oil prices will go up after a few years.It's way better to just invest in new storage facilities and keep that oil and sell it when the oil prices recover.
Can't the OPEC countries just stop producing oil for a while.I know that many workers in the oil industry will lose their jobs,but they can be compensated and this will be temporary.
I don't think that the climate will be affected.There's enough pollution already,a few million barrels of burned oil won't change anything. Angry

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April 30, 2020, 06:02:42 AM
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Hello friends!

Recently I heard some news that countries consider burning oil because there's no more place to store it.

As you know the oil production volumes are huge, and this means that a lot of oil will be burn.

So the question is, how will it affect the earth's climate? Is this a significant concern for the environmentalists?
that actually harms the environment pretty much but I think they won't burn too much oil. because only a few countries are in the process of social isolation in Europe, the rest in Asia and Southeast Asia are very well under control of the epidemic and they will probably start returning to production quickly. Future oil prices are also recovering quite strongly after many sell-offs. Hopefully, the disease will be controlled quickly, then there will be nothing more harmful to businesses and the environment.
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