It’s the largest filter in the world and the largest one ever built for a single commodity.

But what is the WTI Oil Filter?

It’s a filter that measures and extracts oil from natural gas.

It’s one of the largest oil filters in the US.

The filter measures oil volume and concentration in the water.

The oil filter is a huge part of how the price of oil fluctuates, says David R. Miller, a professor of economics at the University of Michigan and a former director of the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

The WTI filter measures the volume of oil in the air, which has a huge impact on how much oil a producer can sell.

It also changes the value of the price that buyers see on the gas station counter.

The price fluctuates because the gas market is extremely volatile, Miller says.

It can spike to $1.50 or $2.25 a barrel for gasoline and $4 a barrel or more for diesel.

But there’s a big difference between the price in the gas field and the price on the counter of the gas pump.

The price on a gas pump has to be closer to $3 a barrel to be worth more than the price at the gas pumps counter.

That’s because the market price of gas has changed a lot over the past decade, Miller explains.

For example, the average price of natural gas at the pump in the United States was about $2 a barrel in 2003.

That dropped to $2, which is now around $1 a barrel.

But the gas prices are always going to be very volatile because there’s always a lot of money moving in and out of the market.

For a long time, the price was very stable because it was based on supply and demand.

It was always a commodity, Miller said.

But then in the past five years, the prices have been very volatile.

Miller says the market is pricing in more supply, which drives up the price.

This makes oil producers nervous.

So they have to buy more fuel, which puts the price higher.

That can create huge swings in the price, Miller notes.

And in the worst cases, there are spikes of 100,000 percent.

In the past, the biggest price swings were driven by price swings in demand for certain fuels.

For instance, there was a spike in the oil price during the last decade because there was so much supply that people needed to buy gas to drive their cars.

The gas market crashed.

But now, the oil market is more volatile, because there are so many people driving their cars right now.

So if the market doesn’t recover, there will be an even bigger price shock.

That is why the price fluctuated this week.

The market had a huge price jump.

But in the long term, the market will probably come back around, says Miller.

The cost of the oil filter also impacts the price volatility of other commodities, such as natural gas and coal.

If the price goes up because of the WTi filter, then the price will go down.

That will have a huge effect on the price fluctuations of other fuels, including natural gas, he said.

It’s the second largest WTI fuel filter in a lot more than 100 countries, says Kevin Smith, chief economist at Bloomberg Intelligence.