In this post, you will find great Barrel Quotes from famous people, such as Marcia Fudge, Colin Baker, Skip Bayless, Helen Thomas, Lydia Hearst. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.
Historically, people of color and the Diaspora have been at the bottom of the barrel, even as it relates to immigration. If we don’t engage in the discussion, then what is it that we’re saying to people? That we don’t care?
Political power grows out of the barrel of a gun.
About 75% of the price of gas is really dictated by crude oil. At the heart of the issue is increasing demand over a period of many years around the world. World crude oil consumption now is close to 90 million barrels a day. Most of the growth in demand is coming from China and the developing world.
The Asian nation’s oil demand is expected to grow this year by 800,000 barrels per day and represents more than one-third of the total growth in global demand, according to the Energy Information Agency.
I want to differentiate between stability and security: Stability comes from the hearts of people and acceptance of the judicial system. Security comes from the barrel of a gun and the threat of the use of force.
Iran exports about 2.2 million barrels a day.
I’m a little baby in a barrel just taking everything in. I’m just so fortunate to do whatever I’m doing.
I never saw a bureaucracy produce a single barrel of oil.
For a long time trans people have always been a joke. Our reputation has always been the bottom of the barrel and it’s not fair.
I pretty much give both barrels every time I walk on stage.
I believe that the world is better off without Saddam Hussein. I believe it’s clear that he had every intention to acquire and use weapons of mass destruction. I can only imagine what Saddam Hussein would be doing with the wealth he would acquire with oil at $110 and $120 a barrel.
Saudi Arabia is, of course, the keystone of OPEC. Saudi Arabia has had the distinction of remaining stable through all the escalating tumult of recent decades, reliably pumping out its roughly 10 million barrels a day like Bossy the cow in America’s oil import barn.
The other are the strategic, so-called strategic stocks that the United States and the other Western industrial countries have, which could put in as much as four million barrels a day of oil into the market pretty quickly.
I like being Southern; I like going to Cracker Barrel – I mean, that’s just how I am.
If you look down a barrel of a gun… you don’t forget it.
If my barrel meets the ball, I think good things are going to happen.
Let me make it clear: The Disbursement Allocation Program is not pork barrel. Of the DAP releases in 2011 and 2012, only nine percent was disbursed for projects suggested by legislators. The DAP is not theft. Theft is illegal.
The Romans were not inventors of the supporting arch, but its extended use in vaults and intersecting barrel shapes and domes is theirs.
There’s going to be no compromise on repealing Obamacare lock, stock and barrel.
Each year, about 45 million people are affected by war. Three hundred thousand people die looking down the barrel of a gun – and 200,000 of these are killed in countries ostensibly at peace.
Absent some international interruption, there’s no real justification for oil being more than $90 or $100 a barrel.
You’re just trying to work on things in Spring Training, try to put the barrel on the ball and not peak too early.
I created a little thing with my hands, just to create a more consistent plane to backspin balls, and obviously growing into your body helps. It’s kind of complicated, more about starting the barrel flat and then creating a movement – flat to up, I guess – going towards the pitcher.
I think that presidents deserve to be questioned. Maybe irreverently, most of the time. Bring ’em down a size. You see a president, ask a question. You have one chance in the barrel. Don’t blow it.
I stick to stuff I’m pretty sure of and I know this: when the price of a barrel of oil is under $80 a barrel and you build a pipeline, you are driving up greenhouse gases.
Oil wells never really run dry. A big company will drain maybe 40% of a field. Pulling out the rest of the oil, which requires an outlay of incrementally more cash per barrel, often proves uneconomical for big companies with big overheads.
Now it will take a long time to scale biofuels, but I’m the only one in the world forecasting oil dropping in price to $35 a barrel by 2030. I’ll put it on the record: Oil will not be able to compete with cellulosic biofuels. If you do it from food, the food will get so expensive you can’t make fuel out of it.