Why Do Tally Books Sales Follow the Price of Oil?

Oilfield Drilling Rigs
Oilfield Drilling Rigs

Tally Books Sales Follows the Price of Oil for these reasons:

  • Tally Books are used by the oil and oil service industries. When oil companies are busy, they need tally books.
  • They are a daily necessity for keeping accurate records of drilling.
  • Gifts between oil service companies and drilling companies usually are tally books. When oil flows, so does the money to buy business gifts.

$57.67 was the price of a barrel of crude oil on November 30, 2017.

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How to Use An Architect Scale Ruler

How To Read Blueprints
How To Read Blueprints

To use an architect scale ruler is not an easy task. Since these rulers come in many configurations, you first must know which scale to use. Here are the basic steps:

    1. Find the scale needed in the Title Block of the blueprint. If it says 1/8″ equals 1 foot, then go to the next step.
    2. Use the right scale. 1/8, 1/4, etc. The 1/8 scale means that the markings are 1/8″ apart. The 1/4 scale means that the markings are 1/4″ apart.
    3. Lay the scale on the blueprint and measure your object. If you are using the 1/8 scale, and the object is at mark 5 on the scale, then it is 5 feet long.
    4. Accuracy. If the object is not an even number of markings on your scale, you can get the accurate measurement by using the fine markings before the zero mark. Say the object is between 5 and 6 on your scale. Just slide the final mark (5 in this case) to the end of the object. Then you can read the answer as 5 marks plus whatever the object lines up with in the fine markings below the zero mark.

There are complete instructions shown here:

How to Use An Architect Scale Tape
How to Use An Architect Scale Tape