New York - The reclusive oil tycoons own land and mining rights to a chunk of California crude that easily dwarfs Saudi Arabia's Ghawar Field, regarded by many as the largest conventional oil field in the entire world.
This weekend they're sitting pretty as Off-the-Wall Street analysts spread doom 'n' gloom about the oil industry being chronically incapable of meeting global needs in yet another Peak Oil scare.
And all the while the crude market prediction industry remains fixated at a rough $100-per-barrel price when 'everyone' knows that booting out Obama would see new gushers proliferate and the price of crude drop below $50p/b.
Investigative reporters from QM-NewsCorpse have now penetrated the inner sanctum of the Fifth Avenue pair who, in 2000, sold off the Prudhoe Bay, Alaska oil rights held by their Atlantic Richfield Company - ARCO - to BP.
To say they're reclusive makes Greta Garbo look like Miss Congeniality 2012.
But in this business that's a major asset - 'keepng the bastards guessing' to coin a phrase - as the 2012 US Presidential Election machine rages towards inevitable climax...
"No way are they likely to back Obama/Biden," a chauffeur working in the block near the tycoons' Upper East Side white-glove apartment block said today.
"And no way either will they back that feckless, brainless idiot Mitt Romney - or his gargoyle puppet wannabe-Veep Ryan.
Prepare for some sort of shocking events close to this Friday's Pisces Full Moon, fifteenth anniversary of the death of 'Princess Diana', bastard daughter of George Herbert Bush.
Anna Wintour is 69.