Something is cooking, here me now and believe me later.
My friend owns a large tract of oil land in the OK panhandle. His plot of oil land is very small, but it appears to be located right over a major oil resource.
BP owned all the land around his small plot since the 1920s. Just prior to the oil spill, BP sold off all the land around his plot to Philips Petroleum.
BP has owned all the land around his plot for decades, then all of a sudden they decide to sell, then BOOM oil rig blows up.
BP owned the natural gas rights to the land, which they negotiated contract rights to before natural gas was used in power plants and homes. The contract was for a 100 year contract to have BP remove the gas on his land that amounts to pennies on the dollar for the current value of the natural gas.
Back when his great grandfather acquired the oil rights to the land, natural gas was a nuisance which was burned off so it didn’t cause problems with the oil extraction. Thus his grandfather figured he was making out like a bandit having BP take the gas off his hands for a small return.
Of course, that turned out to be a huge mistake in the long run as he would easily be a millionaire ten times over right now if he was getting paid market rates for the gas coming off his land. This also means they sold a massive cash cow to Philips, since Philips now holds the super cheap gas contract. Why would anyone give that up?
That aside, the government has designated his tiny plot of land as a “strategic reserve” which means he is unable to extract any of the oil beneath his plot. He doesn’t know exactly how much oil is beneath the land as BP hasn’t shared their GIS analysis of the land with him. – But based on the activity and previous offers, the amount must be epic.
The natural gas rights to the land are due to turn back over to him in the next 10 years so at that point, if nothing changes, he will instantly become wealthy since he can renegotiate for the prevailing market price on a shorter contract.
Now I don’t know what this all means, but I do know something absolutely stinks about the timing of all this. BP at one point was in negotiations with his family to install a new well on his land – they wouldn’t do that if they didn’t think there was some major oil beneath it.
Further, we have Goldman Sachs as a company, and the Goldman CEO, involved a massive sell off of BP stock just prior to this oil spill.
Further, they have banned all photography of the affected shorelines and have basically instituted marshal law down there for reasons yet unknown.
All of this has the hairs on the back of my neck standing up on end.
Now I shall provide my abject speculation:
I think BP intentionally destroyed the well in order to bring about massive resentment of the oil industry.
I think this entire thing is a coordinated stunt to demonize oil.
Because I think BP is involved with Swiss bankers in a move to take over the free energy market.
Specifically, I think they are going to take over the energy market using Blacklight Power’s technology. And they are going to use the oil spill to get carbon taxes put in place to shut down ALL fossil fuel energies, including oil, so they can corner the free energy market in power generation.
I know for a fact that Blacklight Power (BP initials, coincidence?) is bankrolled by Swiss bankers and other heavy hitters in the energy industry.
Mills is a Harvard grad, which means he automatically has globalist connections.
I think this whole thing is a setup.
Of course, BP might have just sold the land because they need cash to pay off the cost of the oil clean up, but I don’t think that’s why they sold it considering the insane wealth of the corporation.
They could easily cover the 75 million without having liquidate that land.
I think the economic implosion and the debt crisis has the globalists running scared.
They know the only way to control the coming collapse of the dollar is if they unleash the free energy technology.
If they don’t unleash the free energy technology, they will have riots in the streets as energy costs skyrocket beyond the reach of the soon to be impoverished American consumers.
If they can corner the energy market with Blacklight’s technology, they will still make epic tons of cash even though the return per Kilowatt hour will be far lower. They will really make out like bandits if they can get the government to put a tax on fossil fuel energy.
Because the dollar is going to collapse, it is utter insanity for BP to divest themselves of US domestic oil holdings. Domestic oil, which is priced and produced in dollars, will be worth its weight in gold because it will be the only oil American consumers will be able to afford.
Top Houston attorney Tony Buzbee says he has new evidence which indicates that Deepwater Horizon’s managers knew that the BP oil rig had major problems before its explosion on April 20, citing the eyewitness account of a crew member who rescued burning workers on the rig of a conversation between Deepwater Horizon installation manager Jimmy Harrell and someone in Houston. According to the witness, Harrell was screaming, “Are you fucking happy? Are you fucking happy? The rig’s on fire! I told you this was gonna happen.”
Harrell was talking via satellite phone and whoever was on the other end of the line was apparently trying to calm him down as the rig burned.
“I am fucking calm,” said Harrell, according to Buzbee. “You realize the rig is burning?”
As we highlighted yesterday, on page 37 of British Petroleum’s own investigative report into the oil spill, it is stated that the Hydraulic Control System on equipment designed to automatically seal the well in an emergency was modified without BP’s knowledge sometime before the explosion.
Highly suspicious stock and share trades by people connected to BP before the explosion indicate some extent of foreknowledge.
Goldman Sachs dumped 44% of its shares in BP Oil during the first quarter of 2010 – shares that subsequently lost 36 percent of their value, equating to $96 million. The current chairman of Goldman Sachs is Bilderberg luminary Peter Sutherland, who is also the former chairman of British Petroleum.
Furthermore, as reported by the London Telegraph on June 5th, Tony Hayward, the current BP CEO sold £1.4 million of his shares in the fuel giant weeks before the spill.
On April 12th, just over one week before the Deepwater Horizon rig exploded, Halliburton, the world’s second largest oilfield services corporation, surprised some by acquiring Boots & Coots, a relatively small but vastly experienced oil well control company.
Halliburton is named in the majority of some two dozen lawsuits filed since the explosion by Gulf Coast people and businesses who claim that the company is to blame for the disaster.
Halliburton was forced to admit in testimony at a congressional hearing last month that it carried out a cementing operation 20 hours before the Gulf of Mexico rig went up in flames. The lawsuits claim that four Halliburton workers stationed on the rig improperly capped the well.
Some more facts:
BlackLight’s board of directors reads like a Who’s Who of finance and energy leaders, including Michael Jordan, former CEO of both Electronic Data Systems (EDS, Fortune 500) and Westinghouse; Neil Moskowitz, CFO of Credit Suisse First Boston; and Shelby Brewer, former CEO of ABB (ABB) Combustion Engineering Nuclear Power.
To the way-back machine.
I found this article interesting because here we have Goldman Sachs, First Boston (which was acquired by Credit Suisse in 1990), Westinghouse, and British Petroleum, all acting together in a business transaction over acquiring Standard Oil back in 1987.
Two of the major investors bankrolling Blacklight are from Westinghouse and Credit Suisse. I just find this so odd that I was able to find all of these corporations working together in a mega-merger.
Neil Moskowitz Retired CFO Credit Suisse First Boston
“After obtaining his MBA in 1984 from Harvard, he began his career with Goldman Sachs in London and in New York City as a manger of U. S. and European equity operations, rising to the title of vice president of Global Operations at the company. He was with Goldman Sachs for 10 years prior to joining Credit Suisse First Boston.”
In 1987 at the time of the merger, Moskowitz must have been in on the deal.
So here we have ties between Goldman, Credit Suisse, BP, and Blacklight in Moskowitz.
WTF are the odds of that.
Moskowitz is also a Harvard grad of 84, Mills received a Bachelor of Arts in chemistry from Franklin and Marshall College in 1982, and an MD from Harvard Medical School in 1986.
Chances are good they would have known each other, possibly in a frat or other society together.
If that wasn’t a freak coincidence, check out the links between BP and Mr. Shelby Brewer. On AAB which Brewer was the CEO of:
Often called the General Electric of Europe, ABB Ltd. has two core business segments: power technologies and automation technologies.
The Wallenberg family dynasty of Sweden holds about a 10 percent stake in the company. ABB (formerly known as ABB Asea Brown Boveri Ltd.) was formed in 1988 from the merger of Sweden’s ASEA AB and Switzerland’s BBC Brown Boveri Ltd.–two companies founded in the late 19th century.
Oh well look at this, the Chairman of BP is a Swede and former Ericsson CEO
British oil giant BP’s chairman, Swedish businessman Carl-Henric Svanberg, has been heavily criticized for his hiding and low profile during the Deepwater leak in the Gulf of Mexico.
Carl-Henric Svanberg, former CEO of Swedish telecom giant Ericsson, told the Financial Times last month that he accepted the company’s reputation had been damaged by the oil spill. But he has also made it clear that chief executive officer Tony Hayward is the main voice of the company.