Meet the Doomers It was early 2007, and I was riding high at The Oil Drum. I had written a number of articles on energy policy, and a consistent theme of mine was that biofuels […]
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Experts Split on Peak Oil
Note: I am traveling to Seattle on Monday, returning Wednesday. No updates during that time, and responses to e-mails will be delayed. Per a story in today’s Austin American Statesman: Is oil at its peak? […]
Book Review: World Made by Hand
When I read James Howard Kunstler’s (JHK) book The Long Emergency, it had a profound impact on me. I had been aware for many years that “running out of oil” was a serious matter. After […]
New Crude Plus Condensate Peak
Per the latest International Petroleum Monthly (Excel download), world crude plus condensate production for January was 74,466,000 million bpd. The previous record in May 2005 was 74,298,000 bpd. The number is subject to revision, but […]
A New Peak?
In what must be an imminent Doomer’s worst nightmare, the IEA has signaled that October 2007 was the highest ever oil production month on record. After reporting that September production came in at 85.1 million […]
When Will Saudi Arabian Oil Production Peak?
The eventual decline of oil production in Saudi Arabia will likely have a profound impact on all of our lives. This event will result in energy shortages around the world, and depleting oil supplies will […]