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PostPosted: Thu Nov 05, 2020 1:40 pm 
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may ipapalusot pala si Tadpole Man....pano kaya nila imbestigahan yan sa senate e andun din siya tsk :lol:

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 05, 2020 1:47 pm 
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may ipapalusot pala si Tadpole Man....pano kaya nila imbestigahan yan sa senate e andun din siya tsk :lol:

Diretso na yan sa Office of the Commissioner brad. Sa tagalog eh "Tanggapan ng Komisyon". :lol: :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 05, 2020 1:58 pm 
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ang return on investment sa PCR machine kasama na sa presyo, kaya ayaw nila mawala ang Covid19 dahil gusto pa nila malaki ang kita,hinde nagkapagtataka maraming ang positive result kahit normal Flu at pnemonnia pati sa yung deadbol listed as positibe :lol:

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Ipapa-impeach daw si Leonen? :shock:

Accomplishment din ba ito?

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 08, 2020 4:21 pm 
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Ipapa-impeach daw si Leonen? :shock:

Accomplishment din ba ito?




siyempre pag umiyak ang mga Delawan figures obvious na kakampi nila ang tinatarget hihihih...
Impeachment rap vs. Leonen 'foolish, unnecessary,' —minority senators
Published December 8, 2020 1:03pm
By DONA MAGSINO, GMA News


GMA Delawan Propaganda News <-- :lol: wrote:
"Kalokohan. Pandemya at mga problema ng lupasay na ekonomiya at kawalan ng trabaho at gutom ng taumbayan ang dapat tinututukan ng mga nanunungkukan, hindi itong walang kakwenta-kwentang impeachment case," Senator Francis "Kiko" Pangilinan said in a message.

Senator Risa Hontiveros also described the move as "unnecessary and counterproductive," saying it will only distract lawmakers and the public amid the COVID-19 situation.

"Kailangan din siguro natin tanungin: Sino ba ang lubos na makikinabang sa paggulong ng impeachment complaint na ito? Surely, not the Filipino people," she said.

"With all due respect to our colleagues in the House of Representatives, I would like to put the spotlight back on the thousands of Filipinos who are bedridden or have lost their loved ones due to the COVID-19 pandemic, those who have lost their homes due to the recent typhoons, and those who have lost their livelihood amid the economic crisis," she added.


and like clockwork, they use their age-old diversionary tactic :banghead:


pag sila ang namumulitika walang kwenta ang extreme and urgent legislative measures to deal with the pandemic (kaway kaway kay Hontivirus na walang kahiyahiyang kumontra sa unang covid-19 emergency fund bill for a solid example).....tapos ngayon pag convenient na sa political agenda nila, they now use the victims of the pandemic, typhoon and whatever else they can think of, to stop the Legislature from kicking out their unmistakable ally in the Supreme Court :banghead:


lumang style na talaga tong mga to........kaya alam na ng lahat na bokya aabutin ng mga ugok sa 2022 :lol:


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Sa sobrang konti nila, talagang kitang kita mga katangahan nila. Tanga na nga, tamad pa! :lol:

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 11, 2020 11:10 am 
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Sa sobrang konti nila, talagang kitang kita mga katangahan nila. Tanga na nga, tamad pa! :lol:

parang nasumpa ang mga ungas brad, uto uto na lang talaga boboto sa mga yan sa 2022 :lol:

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Nag donate daw ng chopperS ang Poland? :shock: :shock:

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 11, 2020 12:22 pm 
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Nag donate daw ng chopperS ang Poland? :shock: :shock:

donation ba yun :lol:

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Petron to shut down refinery in January
Danessa Rivera (The Philippine Star ) - December 15, 2020 - 12:00am



MANILA, Philippines — Petron Corp. will proceed to shut down its Bataan refinery – the country’s last operating oil refinery – by mid-January.

In a disclosure to the Philippine Stock Exchange yesterday, Petron said its refinery in Limay, Bataan would be on economic plant shutdown beginning the second half of January 2021.

“During this economic shutdown, the company will conduct maintenance activities on key process units,” the oil firm said.

The Bataan refinery was shut down in May to give way to maintenance activities on major process units and to mitigate the impact of low fuel demand and poor refining margins. It resumed operations in October.

Employees of Petron’s refinery sought local government support to avert the permanent closure of the refinery in Bataan to save their jobs.

Thom de Villa, a shift supervisor, led some 50 Petron Refinery employees in formally calling on Limay, Bataan Mayor Nelson David’s help to save the refinery which has been in operation for the last 60 years.

“We believe that the government can do a lot to prevent the refinery from closing completely. If they and the Petron management work together, there may still be a way to save the refinery,” he said in Filipino.

Earlier, Petron president and CEO Ramon Ang cited the heavy cost of operations due the uneven playing field between importers and refiners.

He said the heavy taxes paid by refiners as compared to oil importers is making refining a difficult business to be in.

He said that fluctuations in global oil prices heavily weigh on the taxes paid by refiners, which caused significant losses for the firm.

As of end-October, Petron closed the period with a net loss of P12.6 billion from a net income of P3.6 billion in 2019. Consolidated revenues also declined 43 percent to P216.4 billion from last year’s P381.7 billion.

However, Ang said the closure of refineries is not unique to the country as the global refinery industry has been a tough business, especially with COVID-19 pandemic.

Last August, Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corp. permanently shut down its refinery operations in Tabangao, Batangas and transformed the facility into a full import terminal to optimize its asset portfolio and enhance its cost and supply chain competitiveness.

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 16, 2020 1:29 pm 
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I think yung oil players din partly may fault dyan kung bakit mas profitable pa mag-import kesa mag-refine..

baka sa kaka-rig nila sa Energy regulatory bodies para favorable sa kanila ang price adjustments ayan it came to a point na mas malaki tutubuin nila sa importation kesa refining :shock: :lol:


I can't help but remember Angie Reyes (RIP) :(


in any case hindi naman sila malulugi, they'd still probably profit immensely from importing alone

ang affected diyan yung mawawalan ng work due to closure of refining operations :?

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IMO, the way I see it, dahil sa volatile ang market price, mukhang lugi talaga ang nagre-refine pa ng crude dito sa Pinas instead of mag-import na lang ng finish product.

Yung nagre-refine, may tax na pagdating pa lang ng crude...
Tapaos ita-tax ulit paglabas ng refined product from the refinery to different terminals...

Samantalang yung importers, isang tax lang on importation...
Yung ibang importer, baka nga hindi nagbabayad ng tamang tax..
Kaya kawawa din yung nagre refine...

Our government should help Petron kasi this company is helping the economy....
Nagpo provide din ng trabaho sa mga tao...

And RSA donated so much during this time of pandemic...

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IMO, the way I see it, dahil sa volatile ang market price, mukhang lugi talaga ang nagre-refine pa ng crude dito sa Pinas instead of mag-import na lang ng finish product.

Yung nagre-refine, may tax na pagdating pa lang ng crude...
Tapaos ita-tax ulit paglabas ng refined product from the refinery to different terminals...

Samantalang yung importers, isang tax lang on importation...
Yung ibang importer, baka nga hindi nagbabayad ng tamang tax..
Kaya kawawa din yung nagre refine...

Our government should help Petron kasi this company is helping the economy....
Nagpo provide din ng trabaho sa mga tao...

And RSA donated so much during this time of pandemic...
I agree that the govt should help Petron with its refinery operation, either by buying back the former govt shares in Petron if this is still possible thru some mechanism.....or by leveling the taxes and tariffs on both crude oil and refined petroleum importers/refiners

sa tingin ko mahirap mawalan ng oil refining operation sa bansa and Petron is the last operator that operates one here

if the govt buys the shares back and continues to operate the refinery we will at least not be at the mercy of refined petroleum suppliers, and will have more oil inventory in the country as buffer in times of crises, so in this sense the "help" govt will provide is actually for the nation's benefit.

In any case, without govt help Petron closing their refinery in itself will make their operations profitable as refined petroleum products importer but at the expense of the workers who will be displaced, marami din yata ito ~4K

sabi ni RSA long process nga daw to amend the law, and if he lobbies for an EO madali siya ma-label as "crony"........

in my opinion baka better road to take yung "buy-back" if there are mechanisms still readily available

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The.Equalizer wrote:
JABEZJ wrote:
IMO, the way I see it, dahil sa volatile ang market price, mukhang lugi talaga ang nagre-refine pa ng crude dito sa Pinas instead of mag-import na lang ng finish product.

Yung nagre-refine, may tax na pagdating pa lang ng crude...
Tapaos ita-tax ulit paglabas ng refined product from the refinery to different terminals...

Samantalang yung importers, isang tax lang on importation...
Yung ibang importer, baka nga hindi nagbabayad ng tamang tax..
Kaya kawawa din yung nagre refine...

Our government should help Petron kasi this company is helping the economy....
Nagpo provide din ng trabaho sa mga tao...

And RSA donated so much during this time of pandemic...
I agree that the govt should help Petron with its refinery operation, either by buying back the former govt shares in Petron if this is still possible thru some mechanism.....or by leveling the taxes and tariffs on both crude oil and refined petroleum importers/refiners

sa tingin ko mahirap mawalan ng oil refining operation sa bansa and Petron is the last operator that operates one here

if the govt buys the shares back and continues to operate the refinery we will at least not be at the mercy of refined petroleum suppliers, and will have more oil inventory in the country as buffer in times of crises, so in this sense the "help" govt will provide is actually for the nation's benefit.

In any case, without govt help Petron closing their refinery in itself will make their operations profitable as refined petroleum products importer but at the expense of the workers who will be displaced, marami din yata ito ~4K

sabi ni RSA long process nga daw to amend the law, and if he lobbies for an EO madali siya ma-label as "crony"........

in my opinion baka better road to take yung "buy-back" if there are mechanisms still readily available


I also read that sa news...
May point naman si RSA...double taxation kasi for the refiner who is helping the government in job generation and economy...
Kaya pala nagsara si Shell and Caltex Refinery...lugi na pala dahil sa pasakit na TRAIN Law na yan...

Directly involved sa Refinery Ops is say 4K persons...engineers, safety officers, chemists, experts, etc...
If yung mga engineers gaya nina ICB, gambol, etc mag-a-abroad dahil walang trabaho, brain drain ang resulta...
Pilipinas ang nag train, ibang bansa ang makikinabang....

Yung pang nasa labas, like nagtitinda ng kakanin, karinderia, etc...
Mas marami pa ang affected...
Kawawa ang mga mawawalan ng hanapbuhay...

Digong gising...do something to reciprocate what RSA has done not just during the pandemic but in nation building as a whole...

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