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Thoughts on Low Oil Prices

The tumble in oil prices has sent the world into a frenzy. Currently (Jan 29 2015), WTI Crude Oil is priced at $44.45/barrel, which is almost half of what it was just 3 months ago. 356 more words


Computer Graphics (IS F311)

IS F311, an optional course (or elective as we call it) on introductory Computer Graphics, which I took in my last semester on campus at BITS Goa.  341 more words


16 Jan 2015 (AFR) - Slippery rise and fall of oil futures, prices, stockpiles continues

(16 Jan 2015, AFR, p25, Ben Sharples)

‘Oil resumed its decline after the biggest gain since June 2012 as US crude ­production increased, bolstering ­speculation a global supply glut that spurred last year’s price collapse may persist.’ 10 more words

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Roman "Glut" von Murat Uyurkulak - Lebensgeschichten der "Schrägen" des Kinos

Mit seinem Roman “Glut” legt der türkische Autor Murat Uyurkulak eine sozialkritische Allegorie auf die heutige Türkei vor. Ceyda Nurtsch über ein Buch, das zur Verwunderung des Autors bislang von der Zensur verschont blieb.[…] 6 more words


The Bergamot Question: What is it and what do I do with a glut of it?

January (mud, wind, rain, cold) brings little to allotment life besides the satisfaction of digging in compost and the occasional pleasure of uprooting a leek or two for supper. 622 more words

Gluts Of The Week

A Glut of Leftovers

Rarely can it be said that I get a rush from frugality. However, when it comes to leftovers there’s something immensely satisfying about making a meal from stuff that would otherwise get binned (and probably result in one of those annoyingly sanctimonious stickers the bin men leave on your rubbish saying, “no Food Waste please” when they can’t be bothered to take your rubbish away. 586 more words

Gluts Of The Week

15 Dec 2014 (AFR) - Delusions behind oil price blind spot - Why the world missed the oil price crash

(15 Dec 2014, AFR, p30, Michael Levi)

‘On February 1, 2011, oil prices rose above $US100 a barrel. For the next three years, they largely stayed there. 81 more words

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