The biggest surprise about synthetic oil is its price.
The price of synthetic oil in the U.S. has doubled over the last six months, jumping from around $3 per barrel in September 2016 to $10 per barrel today.
But that spike is not a good indicator of the future health of the industry.
A recent analysis by IHS Markit and Oilprice.com shows that the price of oil that goes into synthetic oil will almost certainly remain the same over time, even if the demand for it increases.
The average price of a barrel of crude oil in 2018 was around $50 per barrel.
But the average price in 2019 was around the $60 level.
So if the price continues to go up, there will be little room for growth in the industry’s value.
“In the short term, there are still opportunities to increase production to increase the overall quantity of oil, but in the long term, you will have to invest more to drive higher prices,” said Rob Lutz, an oil analyst at Oilprice, in a note to clients on Monday.
The rise in the price and the glut in demand are not good for the oil industry.
Synthetic oil is made from a mixture of natural and synthetic oils.
Some of the oils that make up synthetic oil are the same as those found in natural oil, so the companies that make synthetic oil can use them interchangeably.
Synthetics are made from the oil that is extracted from the trees and trees produce oil that has been chemically altered to mimic the natural oils.
But many of the oil companies also make synthetic versions of oil from the tree that makes up the natural oil that are similar in properties to natural oil.
These companies use the same techniques to make their oil that companies that do not use the tree oil to make synthetic oils use.
The oil companies can produce oil with high quality but with a low price because of the amount of time it takes to process the oil.
Synthesizers make up the bulk of the synthetic oil market.
But this new synthetic market has also created an opportunity for the companies making the oil, and those companies have a good track record of growing their business.
Over the last decade, the oil and gas industry has grown from about 1 million barrels a day to more than 5 million barrels per day.
And as more of the country’s oil is extracted, more of that oil is being exported.
The increased demand for oil and natural gas has led to more exports and more oil production in the United States.
According to the U:S.
Energy Information Administration, the U S has more than 3.4 million barrels of oil and 7.7 million barrels worth of natural gas.
“Oil and gas extraction has grown exponentially over the past decade, with the average production of oil increased more than fourfold from 2009 to 2017, while natural gas extraction grew only about 1.8fold,” according to a recent study by Oilprice and Bloomberg New Energy Finance.
“This rapid growth has fueled increased demand and fueled continued growth in production of both crude and natural gasoline.”
It is not just natural gas that is being extracted at this time.
As more oil is produced, more crude is also being exported, which is why oil prices are also rising.
The growth in crude oil exports is a good sign, but the increased demand has also caused oil prices to drop.
“As we export more oil, we are exporting more oil.
The oil price is down a lot,” said Robert Hagg, chief investment officer at LPG Capital, a London-based oil and mining company, in an interview on Monday, “because of the increase in the demand and the fall in the supply.”