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Truckers Reporting NO DIESEL FUEL - Parts of North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee

Truckers Reporting NO DIESEL FUEL - Parts of North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee

American truck drivers are sounding the alarm that Diesel fuel is running out.  

It was on October 14 that the US Energy Infrastructure Agency (EIA) publicly stated the nation was down to 25 days of Diesel Fuel reserves.  That would put the run-out date, Tuesday, November 8.

Yet Diesel fuel continues to be refined throughout the country, so while "reserves" may have been down to 25 days, there was still ongoing production.

Yet, as shown in the video below, truckers in North Carolina are reporting large, 50 mile areas of that state, without diesel fuel!

Similar videos have come out of Oklahoma within the past three days as well.

Fuel Distributors in Tennessee announced they had begun LIMITING purchases of diesel fuel in that state, too.

Like all other nations, the United States runs on diesel fuel.  All tractor trailers, trains, and cargo ships require diesel fuel to operate.   If that fuel runs out, then there is no way to transport cargo . . . anywhere.

Supermarkets have only three (3) days supply of food on store shelves.   In large metropolitan areas, those supermarkets must get truck deliveries EVERY DAY to keep shelves stocked.  If diesel runs out, re-stocking cannot take place.

No one is saying WHERE the nation's supply of Diesel fuel is going.

The US economy is so huge, it uses 148 MILLION gallons of diesel fuel each and every day.  Without that fuel, the economy grinds to a halt.

What that would mean for average Americans is simple: Go to your refrigerator, open it and look at what's in there.   Then go to your pantry, open it and look what's in there.  The food you see . . .  would be all you've got.  Because there won't be any more shipments to bring anything else.

While Diesel fuel remains in production, clearly something is very wrong and large areas within the US are now openly running out of fuel.

Get food while you still can.  TODAY.

 

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-1 # more proofnphelps 2022-11-07 06:23
https://media.gab.com/system/media_attachments/files/119/770/723/original/0ee4e8d0f47e19ea.png
+2 # Victory....not A GivenDoug Brown 2022-11-07 00:57
Everyone thinks the democrats are going to
Lose both the Senate and the House.
Ha ha ha

Do you think they haven't learned anything?
People are receiving msil-in ballets in Canada.
.Dems win Tuesday ...big time.
+2 # RE: Victory....not A Givenoldschool 2022-11-07 01:24
You could very well be right Doug, but what concerns me is I don't think either side is going to accept defeat. I'm thinking this whole thing is going to turn real sour real soon.
+2 # RE: Truckers Reporting NO DIESEL FUEL - Parts of North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennesseehardway90909 2022-11-06 21:35
There has not been a new refinery built in the usa since 1976................ See the plan? If u dont understand the result then you are part of the problem!
+1 # Don't need to Run Outrhedtcke 2022-11-06 21:10
USA doesn't have to run out of diesel. Just a 25 - 30 % reduction would be catastrophic. Don't you think?
+4 # Other usersTalkingHorse 2022-11-06 18:32
Any chance domestic production is being rerouted to .MIL or something along those lines?
+3 # Jet Fuelggn231 2022-11-06 17:36
I have a hypothesis that all the Diesel is going to jet fuel. I'll let you figure out why. The refining processes are very similar.
+8 # Another item checked off ofwardoc 2022-11-06 16:50
brandon's list of communist takeover agenda items. Destroy the economy to build back communist. Time for everyone to wake up and read and re-read the 2A and then water the tree.
+6 # RE: Truckers Reporting NO DIESEL FUEL - Parts of North Carolina, Oklahoma, TennesseeGunner 2022-11-06 15:55
NOT at all good. The writing is all over the proverbial wall my friends.
+10 # Why the hell...joe@tittiger.com 2022-11-06 15:27
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Out of 50 shit for brains governors, and legislatures. why don't they drill and eventually build a refinery in their State?

Perhaps because the American people also have shit for brains, and have at best voted in clueless psychopaths and useful idiots.

The American people do not understand our form of divided and delegated sovereignty at all. The 10th plank of the Communist manifesto was a wild success at dumbing them all down.
+3 # RE: Why the hell...Jules 2022-11-06 17:14
OK has been in talks with TX to do just that. OK makes most of the parts for oil refineries and we all know what TX is known for. An election and this type of situation is what will get something like this a good swift kick in the butt...
# RE: Why the hell...oldschool 2022-11-07 01:09
North Dakota could do the same thing, The Bakken formation covers 200,000 square miles (520,000 km2) of the subsurface of the Williston Basin, underlying parts of Montana, North Dakota, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.

But no one is going to get a chance to build anything, not even Oklahoma or Texas. The system is going to crash and there is nothing anyone can do to stop it. The international bankers have got to bring it all down to build back better, remember.
+3 # Political Cartoonswatchmann 2022-11-06 14:41
https://townhall.com/political-cartoons/garyvarvel/2022/11/05/194168

https://townhall.com/political-cartoons/afbranco/2022/11/03/194133

https://townhall.com/political-cartoons/afbranco/2022/10/26/193970

https://townhall.com/political-cartoons/garyvarvel/2022/10/24/193921

https://townhall.com/political-cartoons/michaelramirez/2022/10/23/193900
+4 # Soon Atlas will shrug..Gulfcaptain 2022-11-06 14:41
Who is Jon Galt?

Refineries at capacity with no reserves....

Next? Look for refineries to shut down for "maintenance" and others due to fires.

All the refineries in the US are OLD and in need of upgrading and repair. The oil industry does not want to invest in future oil related investments if the powers that be have decided to kill fossil fuels. (Atlas shrugging)

John Galt. Is that you?
+2 # 25 day reserves if all production stopsCameron.Clark 2022-11-06 14:30
The problem is real and our reserves of EVERYTHING are being depleted, however, we are still refining diesel so the supply will last beyond day 25. If production shuts down completely, then the 25 day countdown begins. I don’t know if we are currently producing enough to replace our daily consumption though.
+1 # RE: 25 day reserves if all production stopsmjc 2022-11-06 15:13
Quoting Cameron.Clark:
I don’t know if we are currently producing enough to replace our daily consumption though.



We are not producing enough to replace consumption. In the short term, adding capacity is not an option. The market will correct this.......through demand destruction (recession, production shutdowns, reduced trade).

https://journal-neo.org/2022/04/11/nato-sanctions-and-the-coming-global-diesel-fuel-disaster/

NATO Sanctions and the Coming Global Diesel Fuel Disaster

"The CEO of the Rotterdam-based Vitol, the world’s largest independent energy trading company , warned on March 27 that rationing of diesel fuel in the coming months globally was increasingly likely. He noted, “Europe imports about half of its diesel from Russia and about half of its diesel from the Middle East. That systemic shortfall of diesel is there.”..


https://www.21cir.com/2022/11/a-crippling-shortage-of-diesel-fuel-threatens-to-devastate-western-economies-in-2023/
"The issue is global, said Kloza, adding that diesel inventories around the world are the lowest as they’ve been since 1982, “and we’ve added about 3.4 billion people in that time.”

Read that last line again.

The total population of the planet has nearly doubled since the early 1980s, and so we truly are in unprecedented territory."
+4 # Have to follow the numbers over timeTigerTiger 2022-11-06 14:42
If we are not generating more diesel than we are using, then the 25 day reserve will inevitably drop, as we slowly erode the reserves. Only time will tell if that is continuing to happen.

Another factor comes into play, though - as prices rise, people will use less diesel, and since so much of this is related to the shipping and trucking industries, that might mean the whole economy slows down. So it's not so much a question of completely running out, as things getting so expensive that everything just slowly grinds to a halt. The problem with that is that it could be a vicious circle - as the economy slows, people buy less, so the economy gets even worse, etc.

Other factors that could influence all of this include seasonal (farming uses a lot of diesel), the upcoming potential train strike, the war in Ukraine, and the elections here in the US which are in a couple of days. It's a very complicated picture, and we don't see all the pieces.

In the worst case scenario, where "Biden is intentionally destroying the country", then putting on my doom glasses, the election will be cheated again, Dems will lose some but not as much as needed to stop their ongoing shenanigans, and with the midterms out of the way then they will go whole hog on their mission to bring down the USA. Price of diesel and gasoline and heating oil will skyrocket and the train strike will just make it even worse. And the Dems will respond by telling us this is good evidence that we should all be driving electric cars.

The best case scenario, on the other hand, is a red tsunami in the midterms, putting a bit of a crimp in the Dems larger ambitions (though, let's face it, the Republicans are really no different, it's all one big club). But they'll do some token actions to stop the diesel from running out or getting too much more pricey, then they'll avert the train strike at the last second, like they always do, and we'll be onto the next crisis. Things won't be ok, but maybe at least we won't be headed off the cliff quite as fast.

Not much to be cheerful about right now, is there. I really wish Trump had done more when he was in office to clean out the swamp. I guess it was just too much for one man. That's a problem we need to fix.

And this doesn't even include "black swans", events that nobody sees coming but they change the landscape for everybody. Things like China invading Taiwan, or some huge natural disaster (e.g. big earthquake on the west coast), aliens making contact, Jesus returning again, etc. I like the Jesus idea, maybe he would have some ideas how to fix this mess.
+2 # No problem, potato head to the rescueMSNews 2022-11-06 14:06
Yeah, we got an illegal demon in the black house,

that will come running to the rescue of legal Americans,

if he doesn't trip and fall splattering his shitty diaper all over the country.
+7 # This Smacks of Controlled Demolition of our society…Jack Box 2022-11-06 14:05
Where is all the diesel fuel going? Who is diverting it? I expect the shortages to increase till at least 11/17, which is when the rail workers go on strike since the brokered deal is being rejected by at least the three largest unions. By then there will not be enough diesel to divert shipments over to the truck lines. Not that there are enough trucks/drivers to replace rail anyway. This feels like another leg down the ladder to our national destruction by the PTB.

Even if a “red” wave is allowed to happen on Election Day, good luck peacefully getting to their swearing-in in January! If supply chains inside the US are wrecked by then, we will likely be under martial law ensuring this is the last election of the Republic.
# RE: This Smacks of Controlled Demolition of our society…mjc 2022-11-06 14:55
Quoting Jack Box:
Where is all the diesel fuel going? Who is diverting it?


Europe. The situation deteriorated quickly enough where two Europe-bound tankers (from the US gulf coast) are being diverted back to the US east coast.

https://www.21cir.com/2022/11/a-crippling-shortage-of-diesel-fuel-threatens-to-devastate-western-economies-in-2023/

"In a desperate attempt to alleviate the pressure, two tankers that were loaded with diesel and jet fuel that were headed to Europe have been turned back around…

Meanwhile, the scarcity of diesel has prompted traders to start diverting cargoes with the fuel that were originally bound for Europe, Reuters reported earlier this month.

Tanker tracking data showed that at least two tankers with some 90,000 tons of diesel and jet fuel that were initially bound for Europe were diverted toward the U.S. East Coast.

That may help us a bit, but it is not good news at all for the Europeans."
+8 # American truck drivers are sounding the alarm that Diesel fuel is running out.oldschool 2022-11-06 13:57
Well then how about this report from HDT (Heavy Duty Trucking) ; No, We Aren’t Running Out of Diesel,,,,,

https://www.truckinginfo.com/10186010/no-we-arent-running-out-of-diesel-but-low-stockpiles-mean-higher-prices
# diesel running out?Boss 2022-11-06 16:05
Check out the website, trucking info, to get a better understanding what is happening re: diesel fuel. God bless.
+4 # RE: Truckers Reporting NO DIESEL FUEL - Parts of North Carolina, Oklahoma, TennesseeRockyMountainBeerMan 2022-11-06 12:56
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Don't forget, less of us - the Middle Class - is their Goal.

Actually, not the goal, just something in the way of their goal that needs to be eliminated.

We're expendable, a nuisance.
.
+3 # middle class to be eliminated,oldschool 2022-11-06 14:11
I wonder then what class they plan on saving to be their slaves. Transgender, & LGBTQ crowd ?
+3 # Don't worryMan of the Atom 2022-11-06 17:37
Literally almost all of them got jabbed. If the contrarians are correct, they will not be long for this world.
+3 # Drill, babyPSKYWAY 2022-11-06 12:37
drill
# substituteBoss 2022-11-06 12:26
Substitute gas powered vehicles and non def diesel. There are lots of pick ups and SUVs that can pull trailers, old trucks that do not run on def diesel, lots of plastic coolers to keep stuff cool. It ain't over yet. God bless. Check in with the Boss today in case the sky falls. Pray that it does not.
+19 # Going somewherePavel888 2022-11-06 12:16
Make no mistake this is all being done by design. As for where the diesel fuel is going I would say the military,dhs,etc.
+10 # Horrified West Shutters As German-China- Russia Axis Begins To FormDolph 2022-11-06 12:06
As best documented by world-renowned Brazilian geopolitical analyst Pepe Escobar, in his just released article “Berlin Goes To Beijing - The Real Deal”, this report notes, the socialist Biden Regime became horrified last week when German Chancellor Olaf Scholz announced he was traveling to China to meet with President Xi Jinping—a sudden meeting that caused the socialist Biden Regime to order that Chancellor Scholz demand that China dismantle its public sector and stop subsidizing its economy, or else Germany and Europe will impose sanctions on trade with China—unbeknownst to the socialist Biden Regime, however, Chancellor Scholz has maintained secret talks with both Russia and China—according to one of the sources about these secret talks” “If this effort is successful, then Germany, China and Russia can ally themselves together and drive the United States out of Europe”—important to notice is that Chancellor Scholz didn’t go alone to China, as he was accompanied by all of the top most powerful business leaders in Germany—and in the article “Why Western Leaders Are Warily Watching The German Leader’s Trip To China” published prior to this meeting, saw it revealing: “German industry has no intention of upsetting its largest market, let alone cutting ties…One of the business leaders accompanying Scholz to Beijing is from chemicals giant BASF, which is shifting production from Germany to China because of the spike in energy costs in Europe…Another executive is from Volkswagen, which sells almost 40% of its cars to China…Hildegard Müller, president of Germany's automotive industry lobby warns that decoupling from China would be "a grave economic and geostrategic mistake"”. (Sorcha Faal)

The German card has been played that changes the whole equation. The American elites have overplayed their hand when they sbatoged the Baltic pipelines, the life blood of the German economy.

When Dumitru Duduman listed the countries that would invade America he couldn't remember two of the counties. In 1984 who would have believed that Germany would be one of them?!

The next seven years will be very interesting. I'll be watching from Heaven where nothing but the truth is spoken.
# █▓▒░ Dolph says "I'll be watching from Heaven..." as his BS just keeps getting deeper & deeper.. ░▒▓█Palehorse 2022-11-06 17:09
|

It is with great appreciation to see Dolph provide himself with
enough rope to hang himself with.

Dolph is so convinced that his sorceress Vicki Parnell, and himself,
have correctly received divine warning that “all” the church will
be raptured by Nov. 15, he posted his proclamation twice.

Lets keep track of Dolph's sorceress, and himself, as their
complete lack of credibility will soon be apparent for all to see.
# No liesBoss 2022-11-06 12:19
The truth is spoken always. What a relief! God Bless you and yours.
+3 # The Golden WaterwayDolph 2022-11-06 12:12
Causing terror to strike the socialist Biden Regime last week, this report notes, was Bloomberg News also revealing: “Countries are rushing to secure supplies for winter despite the push by Western nations to abandon Russian energy...Exports of liquefied natural gas from Russia surged in October despite the push by the West to cut reliance on energy supplies”—is cheap Russian liquefied natural gas transported thorough the Russia-controlled Northern Sea Route that is one of the only ways ships can sail through the Arctic—today it sees Russia being the only country that builds and operates nuclear-powered icebreakers to keep the Northern Sea Route open—and is a Northern Sea Route controlled by Russia that’s also known as the “Golden Waterway”, because it cuts the travel time of goods between Asia to Europe to ten days, as opposed to the month it takes to travel the sea lanes controlled by the socialist Western colonial powers through the Suez and Panama canals, or around the Cape of Good Hope.(SF)
# Ukraine Talks IncouragedDolph 2022-11-06 12:18
In the godless socialist Biden Regimes attempt “to preserve Western dominance” over the entire world, this report notes, United States Navy Admiral Charles Richard, the commander of United States Strategic Command, truthfully declared last week: “This Ukraine crisis that we’re in right now, this is just the warmup...The big one is coming...And it isn’t going to be very long before we’re going to get tested in ways that we haven’t been tested for a long time”—a declaration joined yesterday by Ukraine warning it will have to totally evacuate over 3 million peoples from its capitol city Kiev because Russian military forces have obliterated 40% of the nations electrical and heating infrastructure—a warning quickly followed by Berlin Mayor Franziska Ghiffey revealing that Germany now faces its largest refugee crisis since 2015 when tens-of-,millions of Middle Easterners fled from American wars in Syria, Iraq and Libya—is an impending war refugee crisis coming at the same time it is now being reported that the British economy is teetering on the brink of collapse—and explains why the leftist Washington Post today reported: “The Biden administration is privately encouraging Ukraine’s leaders to signal an openness to negotiate with Russia and drop their public refusal to engage in peace talks unless President Vladimir Putin is removed from power, according to people familiar with the discussions”.
+1 # Russia then ChinaDolph 2022-11-06 12:23
With Ukraine being “the warmup” to take out Russia before the socialist Biden Regime ignites “the big one” to destroy China, this report continues, Ambassador Anatoly Antonov most factually assessed about the terrorist attack that blew up the Nord Stream pipelines supplying the European Union through Germany with cheap Russian natural gas: “An attack on an infrastructure that is unique in terms of security is an extremely dangerous precedent...Obviously, this act of sabotage was aimed at completely breaking up the mutually beneficial energy ties between Europe and Russia...The goal was to radically switch regional consumers to expensive resources”—a factual assessment joined this past week the report: “Germany’s largest gas importer Uniper on Thursday reported a staggering €40 billion ($39 billion) net loss through September, citing diminishing supplies from Russia as the major reason”—a grim report quickly joined with the news: “The United States has become the European Unions second-largest gas supplier due to increased liquid natural gas deliveries that cost up to four times more than the Russian gas supplies it used to rely on”.
+10 # RE: Truckers Reporting NO DIESEL FUEL - Parts of North Carolina, Oklahoma, TennesseeEddamnit 2022-11-06 12:00
Saw a guy at a gas station yesterday using two pumps to fill multiple red and yellow 5 gallon cans with diesel.
Yellow are for diesel
Red are for gasoline
Typically.

Let the panic buying begin...
+2 # I hope...KarGiver 2022-11-06 14:37
He remembers and doesn't put diesel in the car.
+4 # Ukrain hit the dam againDogsncars 2022-11-06 11:46
Russia Says Major Dam Hit By US-Supplied HIMARS Rockets

Russia has announced Sunday that a major dam in the Russian-controlled region of Kherson was damaged in a Ukrainian strike using an advanced US-supplied system.

"Today at 10:00 there was a hit of six HIMARS rockets. Air defense units shot down five missiles, one hit a lock of the Kakhovka dam, which was damaged," Russian news agencies quoted local emergency authorities as saying.


Kakhovka hydroelectric dam, file image

The Kakhovka hydroelectric dam in southern Ukraine has been in Russian hands since near the start of the invasion of Ukraine, considered a critical asset to the Russians given it supplies water to Crimea. This also makes it a potential target for the Ukrainian army, given President Zelensky's prior pledges to "liberate" Crimea.

An official with the Moscow-installed administration, however, said "Everything is under control. The main air defense strikes were repelled, one missile hit [the dam], but did not cause critical damage."

The Kakhovka dam has for months been at the center of competing accusations and claims, with President Zelensky saying weeks ago that Russian troops are plotting a 'false flag' detonation of the large structure in order to trigger cataclysmic flooding.

Zelensky appealed to world powers to ensure the dam's safe operation by sending an international mission to protect and operate it, pointing out that if the dam burst it would case a "catastrophe on a grand scale".

"The dam of this hydroelectric power plant holds about 18 million cubic meters of water," he said in statements last month. "If Russian terrorists blow up this dam, more than 80 settlements, including Kherson, will be in the zone of rapid flooding. Hundreds, hundreds of thousands of people may be affected."


Source: Google Maps
He described that Russian forces previously kicked the dam workers out of the facility and now have complete control over it. "They have complete control over the station," Zelensky added. “It is necessary to act immediately so that Russia does not have the opportunity to realize this catastrophe."


The ongoing standoff mirrors that of Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, which has also from the war's start been under Russian control but has also suffered shelling, which if damaged severely enough could have catastrophic effects on the whole area, given the potential for radioactive fallout.
+4 # Mixed messages hereTigerTiger 2022-11-06 12:02
On the one hand, Ukraine says that the dam is in danger due to "Russian terrorists".

Yet, they also acknowledge that the dam is fully under Russian control. So, surely if the Russians wanted to blow it up, then they could have done that by now.

And Ukraine asks the world to protect the dam, while they are also shelling it with missiles?

Something doesn't add up here, these stories are completely cockeyed and I have no idea who is telling the truth. I know both sides do propaganda, does anyone really know who is being truthful here? Is Ukraine really shooting HIMARS rockets at the dam? Why are they saying one thing on the world stage, and then doing something so completely different on the ground? And if Russia wanted to blow the dam, then again - it's under their control, they could do that anytime. It doesn't make any sense.
# Russians Trace Their Roots To KievDolph 2022-11-06 16:53
Moscow is Russia's modern day capital but Kiev is where the race began. Nearly half the people in Ukraine speak Russian and that is why Russia hasn't bombed Ukraine's cities or innerstructure.
-1 # RE: Mixed messages hereMSNews 2022-11-06 14:16
Quoting TigerTiger:
On the one hand, Ukraine says that the dam is in danger due to "Russian terrorists".

Yet, they also acknowledge that the dam is fully under Russian control. So, surely if the Russians wanted to blow it up, then they could have done that by now.

And Ukraine asks the world to protect the dam, while they are also shelling it with missiles?

Something doesn't add up here, these stories are completely cockeyed and I have no idea who is telling the truth. I know both sides do propaganda, does anyone really know who is being truthful here? Is Ukraine really shooting HIMARS rockets at the dam? Why are they saying one thing on the world stage, and then doing something so completely different on the ground? And if Russia wanted to blow the dam, then again - it's under their control, they could do that anytime. It doesn't make any sense.


The answer is = Your typical "friendly" moron in govt. Talk, steal, kill, sleep.... talk, steal, kill, sleep..... you get the picture!
+5 # Reminds me...J Grayman 2022-11-06 12:23
...of having to take a fake, fraudulent test to determine if you have a supposedly "deadly cold", while having no symptoms!
-2 # RE: Ukrain hit the dam againToddsthoughts 2022-11-06 11:52
yep,
Zerohedge even posted this about two hours ago.
Hal, nap times over.
+5 # Hal ask more questions.Toddsthoughts 2022-11-06 11:28
if you know that we consume 148 million gallons of diesel a day then find out how many gallons are actually being produced a day now, that would be Great info!
Now one tic-E-toc vid-gya of a good old southern boy Speculating a distance of 50 miles to a viable fuel station is not really news.
+10 # America avoiding the BulgeSmiley1984*! 2022-11-06 11:26
I would suggest that what is happening is two fold-America is avoiding the Bulge while preventing any organized counter revolution.

That refined diesel fuel has to be going somewhere, how about back to re fill the strategic reserves.

America knows that it is no use having the most powerful and well equipped forces if you do not have fuel! As Hitler found out in the battle of the Bulge.

Also, by depriving the general public of fuel, it will be almost impossible for Patriots to organize a counter revolution if, as seems likely, the election is stolen again.

The "Green" lobbyists should note that military vehicles are the most fuel hungry and polluting of all. Why are they not protesting?

Just another example of hypocritical government policies. Remember food shortages are the ultimate weapon of despots.
+4 # RE: America avoiding the BulgeEddamnit 2022-11-06 11:54
They don't put refined fuel underground in the "Strategic Reserves", only crude.

Most likely the diesel is going to Europe where a larger percent of vehicles run on diesel fuel.
Also if a major war is coming they would be refining more jet fuel since most military vehicles can run on Jet fuel as well as all military aircraft.

And many of todays rockets are propelled by kerosene and liquid oxygen.
+2 # Diesel cars with high MPGTigerTiger 2022-11-06 12:10
I recall way back in the 1980's, there were small cars in Europe that could get something like 80+ mpg. They ran on diesel. I always wondered why you couldn't find that here in the USA, apparently it was due to some environmental regulation to do with air particulates. I wonder if they now know how to make "clean" diesel cars, if so then it would seem that they can blow "hybrids" out of the water (they only get about 50 mpg, right?).

I don't know why so much of what we do consists of shooting ourselves in the foot. I grew up watching Star Trek and thinking that the world would just get better, that the old days of racism were way behind us and people were more enlightened now. That was the 70's and 80's. Now racism is back (came back under Obama, ironically enough, due to his focus on making it a central theme of our culture again). And we keep doing everything to stop ourselves from being able to get it together and advance as a species. Everything is going to shit in short order, it almost seems like when things are good then we get bored and knock the whole thing down just for some entertainment and excitement. Doesn't bode well for Man's journey to the stars. We seem to enjoy fighting and trying to control everybody else more than working together and respecting personal liberty. Sad really, we have so much potential, but we're just wasting it all on petty squabbles and rich cliques who are fighting to control the world.
# We have economical diesel motors, but the EPA is trying to kill them..paulattahoe 2022-11-06 15:17
My wife's 2015 TDI Golf gets 50 MPG on the road and 42 in the city. California (CARB) thought that was too good, and they caused the Germans to pull out of selling diesel cars after 2015.

I put my GM 3.0 4WD 1/2 ton diesel truck up against the VW Golf at twice the weight and a lot more wind resistance and get 36 MPG on the road and 28 around town with equal acceleration as the Golf.

The same government that's trying to kill us all off has an active program to kill diesel vehicles and gasoline vehicles as well.
# vw rabbit diesel 1979PSKYWAY 2022-11-06 12:25
high mpg
# 50/40 mpgPSKYWAY 2022-11-06 12:28
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nbjkRC8AjIA
+4 # Horse HockeyMel 2022-11-06 10:57
Maybe it was just announced on 10/14 of the impending shortage of desiel but its been known longer than that. Even still, 10/14 would be plenty of time to stoke up the refinaries and increase the reserves while keeping the country going.

So....why didn't they and where is what they did refine? They may not have doubled the existing reserves, but they made a lot more than was used so the reserves should have increased. They didn't!

So, where the heck is it?
# GoldRay 2022-11-07 00:08
The same place our gold went...yep china
-3 # the gravy, the gravyPSKYWAY 2022-11-06 10:56
I got some crushed tomatoes
+6 # RE: Truckers Reporting NO DIESEL FUEL - Parts of North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennesseeebelfer52 2022-11-06 10:20
harvest season so there is peak demand for diesel while exporting fuel to europe to help them instead of taking care of issues at home. all while several refineries are going offline for overdue maintenance. engineered problems again. once the panic hits stay out of stores, it's too late at that point. the 3 day store supply only applies to regular demand. panic demand will empty a store in an hour with violence
+10 # Biden-ProphetDoug Brown 2022-11-06 10:11
How many times did the prophet Biden
extrapolate, "there is going to be a
DARK WINTER?"
The witch of Wall Street, Kamala, said it,
"there is going to be a DARK WINTER."

How were we to interpret it then?

We didn't really know.
We went to the CIA definition section trying
to find out. No success there.

Now we know.

A DARK WINTER is not a crap shoot.
A DARK WINTER is not the random throw of the cards.

A DARK WINTER is fully orchestrated, fully
planned and fully coordinated.

A DARK WINTER is the sickly step-cousin of
the pandemic, and the pandemics which follow.
+4 # O'biden's handlers musta pooped when he said "Dark Winter" during a 2019 speech.MissinD60s 2022-11-06 11:06
Quoting Doug Brown:
How many times did the prophet Biden
extrapolate, "there is going to be a
DARK WINTER?"
The witch of Wall Street, Kamala, said it,
"there is going to be a DARK WINTER."

How were we to interpret it then?

We didn't really know.
We went to the CIA definition section trying
to find out. No success there.

Now we know.

A DARK WINTER is not a crap shoot.
A DARK WINTER is not the random throw of the cards.

A DARK WINTER is fully orchestrated, fully
planned and fully coordinated.

A DARK WINTER is the sickly step-cousin of
the pandemic, and the pandemics which follow.



Dementia removes a person's filter. Guess it does the same to demented demons. Other than idiocy, Kamala has no excuse for letting it slip.

Dark Winter was the first depopulation tabletop exercise I know of, in 2001:

https://stateofthenation.co/?p=130240
+1 # She must have lost her mind to syphilis.supporttheblue 2022-11-06 15:00
It’s hard on a girl.
+3 # RE: Truckers Reporting NO DIESEL FUEL - Parts of North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennesseepco 2022-11-06 10:09
The Canadian government said in the news that the diesel was being shipped to Europe to help them so expect higher prices and less product.

Wouldn’t be surprised if the refineries get hit - so no more production.
+3 # Another coincidence...MissinD60s 2022-11-06 11:22
Quoting pco:
The Canadian government said in the news that the diesel was being shipped to Europe to help them so expect higher prices and less product.

Wouldn’t be surprised if the refineries get hit - so no more production.


Refineries are being hit, along w/>100 food processing plants across the US.
+8 # Ukraine producescarlireland34@gmail.com 2022-11-06 10:24
no oil. And only 40% of gas usage.
And the coal mines are on Russian territory.
An army used to march on its stomach - now it drives on its diesel.
NATO has a hell of a gas bill.
+4 # Bob DylanMANYROUNDS 2022-11-06 09:52
Slow train coming up around the bend.
+5 # █▓▒░ What Changed? ░▒▓█Palehorse 2022-11-06 09:41
|

How would the “demand” for diesel fuel increase to the
point that we are reduced to just a 25 day buffer until there
is “none?” Just where does this problem lay?

The demand for products, at the retail level, could not have
increased to such and extent that would cause such an extreme
“shipping induced” diesel shortage, as opposed to previous years.

The same would go for farming equipment, trains, ships and
pick-up trucks.

Rather than a “increased consumption” demand, this would seem
to be more of a condition of “decreased availability.”

Inflated product costs reduces the sales volume, which reduces
the amount of goods being shipped which reduces fuel usage,
which reduces fuel production, which increases the loss of jobs,
which reduces the demand for fuel.

Question is “Who pulled the plug in the first place?”
+11 # WARjroot 2022-11-06 09:33
Hal is 100% correct. Without diesel fuel, the economy of the US will begin to slow down. The bigger picture, however, is what happens if or when the US goes to war. Hundreds of thousands of military vehicles and armor operate on diesel fuel that would drain any and all reserves within days. Closed refineries would have to be restarted to support the war. This indicates a real emergency and climate change/green new deal be damned! Get stocked and get prepped NOW!
-3 # RE: WARSeymourInSedona 2022-11-06 11:27
IF THEY SHUT DOWN THE SUPPLY CHAIN IT WILL BE TEMPORARY KEEP THAT IN MIND. ONE WORLD GOVERNMENT MEANS COUNTRIES STAY CONNECTED. THE ONLY COUNTRY THIS MIGHTNOTAPPLY TO IS THE WHORE OF BABLYLON. HAHA
-1 # CNN at its finestSrmay72 2022-11-06 09:28
Same reporter that claimed Syria used serial gas is now drive around Ukraine for rape stories we know how that worked
https://t.me/UkraineHumanRightsAbuses/13224
+1 # RE: CNN at its finestcarlireland34@gmail.com 2022-11-06 10:13
They even discuss the "propaganda war" - they think lying to the country is oatriotic.
+2 # "Reporter" lolNda 2022-11-06 09:35
All the traitors to God and nation.




quote name="Srmay72"]Same reporter that claimed Syria used serial gas is now drive around Ukraine for rape stories we know how that worked
https://t.me/UkraineHumanRightsAbuses/13224
-5 # True story of Russians signing up prisoners to fightSrmay72 2022-11-06 09:26
https://t.me/UkraineHumanRightsAbuses/13223
+15 # Get food while you still can. TODAY.joe@tittiger.com 2022-11-06 09:26
.
A moot point to those paying attention.

If you don't have a year or two of food, you defiantly have not been paying attention.
+4 # So trueDogsncars 2022-11-06 09:32
I think it might be to late if you haven’t been preparing.
+10 # Nopegjones7777 2022-11-06 09:52
It's not too late if you ACT TODAY! Get cases of canned, vegetables, fruits, meats and 300 pounds PER PERSON of white rice. But 5 gallon buckets to store the rice. Dedicate the guest bedroom to store all the can goods, the wife will just have to get over it. And have 100 gallons per person of water. Also, 20 gallons of bleach and detergent minimum. All of this can be done for 2000 bucks TODAY. If you don't have 2k saved, kiss your ass goodbye. You and your family are fucked...
+2 # Spicespmoore67 2022-11-06 13:03
Get lots of spices too, beans and rice gets old unseasoned.
+1 # Beans, Beans, BeansCataMaroon 2022-11-06 10:19
And don't forget beans. Beans come in many varieties: Cooking beans, sprouting beans, and projectile beans. Having the first two is useless--actually, a liability--if you lack the third type.
+5 # Stretchtslinger 2022-11-06 10:13
Focusing on fat and protein heavy items will allow you to eat once, maybe twice a day depending on activity, and be satiated. Veg/Carb heavy foods will make you more hungry, more often. Just a tip.
-2 # Busy news daySrmay72 2022-11-06 09:24
I will post links. https://t.me/UkraineHumanRightsAbuses/13219
+3 # Hal, you raised a good questiondouglashenney@gmail.com 2022-11-06 09:15
Why is there shortages when production/refinement continues?

I understand that with our older refineries are designed to process heavy crude where the crude coming from shale is lighter and has to be shipped out of country to refine. This might not be correct. Learning as I go.
-1 # Some are shut downDogsncars 2022-11-06 09:34
A couple of the refined me or shut down and a reconfiguring for biod diesel we’re doing a project for Motiva that is doing that right now so you have a lack of diesel production
# Note to self…..Dogsncars 2022-11-06 11:48
Check message after talking to text. Sorry about the comment above. I was on the move when trying to put this up.
+10 # RE: Truckers Reporting NO DIESEL FUEL - Parts of North Carolina, Oklahoma, TennesseeCanis Major 2022-11-06 09:15
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You are witnessing the true beginning of the end if you let the demo-craps win (steal) the midterm election.

‘chickens have come home to roost'?
+12 # Where is the fuel going?Avanarts 2022-11-06 08:30
Diesel fuel is still being produced, but it could just be too little to meet demand. This would cause normal consumption to deplete the reserves.

So, when do we run out? We may never "run out" but more likely will just not have enough to meet the demand.
+10 # RE: Where is the fuel going?Canis Major 2022-11-06 09:17
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Don't forget the decrepit Biden administration is diverting much of the diesel fuel to imbecile Europe where profits are approximately 45% higher.
So why bother to sell to Americans for less when idiots in Europe pay more.
+3 # EU overlords aren't merely imbeciles, Canis.MissinD60s 2022-11-06 11:13
They're also fully complicit. Watch them turn on each other, very soon.
+4 # Russiacarlireland34@gmail.com 2022-11-06 08:59
has been sanctioned - so I guess less fuel goes into the world market. The shortages then drive up prices.
+7 # AndCloudNebula 2022-11-06 08:33
the price will skyrocket.
+12 # RE: Truckers Reporting NO DIESEL FUEL - Parts of North Carolina, Oklahoma, TennesseeBren1776 2022-11-06 08:28
I don’t know if this is true, but I heard they are shipping a lot for the war effort in Ukraine. It’s been repeated more than once, so I took note.
+6 # Norh Carolinaicanseeclearly 2022-11-06 08:24
I just checked a mile down the road from home and they have diesel, $5.09 gallon. Looks like the west side of NC has the gas and Johnson County and Raleigh are the areas of issue. The local news broadcast a sweeping shortage on all surrounding states, we shall see. Luckily I live near local ranch with meats open to buy every Friday. However, the usual pattern is for everyone to buy everything in site once the news signals incoming doom. Time to make another Sam's order in bulk items just in case.
+2 # North CarolinaLearningstuff 2022-11-06 11:25
A post in community page of small
Rural area 40 miles northeast of
Charlotte NC reports couple in the
Trucking industry has been informed
That around beginning of December
Diesel fuel will be rationed and to prepare
For supply chain Shortages. In comments
There were several pics of bags over
Diesel pumps and signs out of diesel.
Reports that all 5 sheets stations in nearby
Area were out of diesel.
Prices for places that have diesel range
5.20-5.30 as of yesterday afternoon.
+4 # Washing MachineFollowTheeMoreNearly 2022-11-06 08:46
Our 12 yr old Maytag (translate, Whirlpool) has been in death throes for few weeks. Guy came out and replaced the four shocks ($300+) but failed to mention the bearings, etc. are also kaput. Second guy came, said we can use for small loads but basically washer kaput.

I have been like cat on hot tin roof due to diesel issue! Shopped for values online, early Black Friday sales -- I doubt any left by real Black Friday; mgr at nearby Lowe's said other Lowe's in our town had two of my first choice in other store but she checked every LG, Maytag, Samsung and Whirlpool, NOTHING! She phoned other store to hold washer and pedestal. Rushed to other store. Made purchases yesterday w/delivery/installation sched for tomorrow (Monday) morning. PRAYING truck is able to get here! ... MAN! I feel for everyone left to hand wash all laundry (in a few months -- in any rain water they can find).
+1 # Drierscarlireland34@gmail.com 2022-11-06 15:20
I have a hot air condenser drier. After a few years it took longer and longer to dry a load,, twice as long. After each usage I pulled out the fluff filter and brushed it clean.
I decide to open it up - and kill or cure it.
A section came out easily - and the space between pipes was full of crap.
Just cleaned ot out - and good as new.
+2 # Washing machineBoss 2022-11-06 10:42
You can wash out stuff by hand in the shower or tub. Create ways to let dry. Put the really dripping stuff inside the washer to drain. The clothes can soak overnight. My washer has died and am not able to buy a new one right now. Actually clothes come out cleaner. FYI
# Thank you, Boss,FollowTheeMoreNearly 2022-11-06 20:09
for your kindness.
+3 # Texas Has Diesel Fuel.Garyhines 2022-11-06 08:21
Texas Has Diesel Fuel. I can not speak for what is happening in other parts of the country. I'm here in Texas . And We have Diesel Fuel.. diesel fuel is 4.69 a ga this where I'm at .I recommend driving to the Texas panhandle and get diesel fuel stock up on it ASAP . If you are going to hurt the economy you be going after States like Texas and oklahoma.where their oil States and shut off the Oil Rigs . Their will be diesel fuel it's going to be very sporadic across the United States. Do whatever you need to stock up on now. If the fuel situation runs out by next week then we are done .as a nation nothing will be moving.
+18 # Where is it going is a great questionsupporttheblue 2022-11-06 08:03
How does this help the left on Tuesday, or FJB stating on the campaign trail in California a day or two ago that he will close every coal plant in the nation. He needs to be tried for treason tomorrow.
+1 # Food riotsBoss 2022-11-06 10:39
could produce martial law. No elections or the counting stops etc.
+16 # The Communist Takeover is CompleteGrim 2022-11-06 08:53
At this point, the mid-terms are just an exercise in distraction for the masses of clueless asses in this country. The takeover of our country is essentially complete, so the Democrats don't really care about the bad optics of a looming fuel shortage, since they now overwhelmingly control the vote counts.

At this moment, we're where the Russian people were in early March of 1917 and it's about to get much much worse. In fact, I wouldn't be surprised at all, to see Chinese troops rolling into this country before Spring. By then, we'll have little food and fuel, our front-line military is mostly stranded abroad and the bulk of their ammo has been shipped to Ukraine, so we're about to literally be a *sitting duck* for an invasion. This has been the plan all along.
+10 # Rate of production to use of reserves?KarGiver 2022-11-06 08:03
For us to really know when we're done with diesel we'd have to know the rate of production vs the rate of dipping into the reserve supply along with how much is being exported vs being used here in the US. I wish someone would talk about that...we're not just using our reserves so we have more than 25 total days, but how long we DO have is a mystery because the RATIO of the use of current production to reserves isn't being discussed.
+6 # The Brandon et alFollowTheeMoreNearly 2022-11-06 08:29
... are shipping it OUT. (Saw that last week. Sorry I failed to retain the reference or link.)
+6 # Yes, 4 factors at playKarGiver 2022-11-06 09:15
How much is the US producing, how much of that is being used by the US, how much is being exported, and how much of the US reserve is being tapped into. Only with knowledge of these 4 pieces of the puzzle put together will we have any idea where we stand.
+3 # Thisnjc 2022-11-06 08:07
Exactly.
+12 # RE: Truckers Reporting NO DIESEL FUEL - Parts of North Carolina, Oklahoma, TennesseeIgorbzo 2022-11-06 08:02
.
If Diesel fuel still in production then we're is the fuel going, very, very suspicious all he'll is about to brake loose God help us all.
Today is Kerosene day for me, getting heater ready for those cold days.
Thanks Hal for the info you provided
+3 # Tapcarlireland34@gmail.com 2022-11-06 08:52
I got a plastic tap that replaces the cap on a 5 gallon drum.
Just turn on its side like a beer barrel to drain it.
Before I had to pick it up and pour it into a funnel.

 

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