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Guy buys, maintains old oil pumps.

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    Donald Trump Naturally Camouflaged


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    I have wanted to do that for years
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    Ex wife #1's uncle has land in Oklahoma with those on, he was making 20k a month passive income 18yrs ago..(when I last spoke to him). Jammy Bastard. Stupidly he still worked too.
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    Back Lane Madders African Astronaut
    Originally posted by Donald Trump


    I see an old tap line coming out of the ground, where is the external pipeline it goes into?

    Up in North Dakota on the Bakken Shale, they have to truck it out, there is a limit per month of 10k gallons, not barrels but gallons until their central pipeline would be completed which last I heard outside of Dunn County near Manning, ND was 120 miles to go and most likely shot down by The state. It wasn't top quality oil like Texas
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    Back Lane Madders African Astronaut
    42 gallon barrels is like 230 barrels not 10,000 barrels. It's too high risk and damaging to the roads which is why they limited output.
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    Rape Monster African Astronaut
    does the oil come out of the ground?
    The following users say it would be alright if the author of this post didn't die in a fire!
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    Back Lane Madders African Astronaut
    It's about 237 x 120 =$28,800:at 42 gallon B and change per month.

    I wish I got some of that oil money but rights was not bought and they split that money with land owners in ND to be fair. but some of my family have friends that own it and they get maybe 120k a year if they own both mineral rights and the land. Some people's split is like 120 a month per rig. So if your family divides over and over and have 3 or 4 rigs it's 600 or so a month.

    I was going to go up there and work on a rig, but the rent in western ND is like 2600 for a studio. As much as San Fran Bay
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    Originally posted by Back Lane Madders It's about 237 x 120 =$28,800:at 42 gallon B and change per month.

    I wish I got some of that oil money but rights was not bought and they split that money with land owners in ND to be fair. but some of my family have friends that own it and they get maybe 120k a year if they own both mineral rights and the land. Some people's split is like 120 a month per rig. So if your family divides over and over and have 3 or 4 rigs it's 600 or so a month.

    I was going to go up there and work on a rig, but the rent in western ND is like 2600 for a studio. As much as San Fran Bay

    I don't think they call it San Fran any more
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    Back Lane Madders African Astronaut
    Originally posted by I Live In Your Crawlspace Secretly4 I don't think they call it San Fran any more

    I can call it Frisco if I want.

    I'm a multi gen out of this faggoted shit hole. I don't follow Hippy Song rules. Cancel culture nonsense
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    Originally posted by Back Lane Madders I can call it Frisco if I want.

    I'm a multi gen out of this faggoted shit hole. I don't follow Hippy Song rules. Cancel culture nonsense

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