peak energy in the news:

Have we reached an inflection point in economics history? “Indeflation” and energy

Chris Nelder, The Oil Drum

A fierce debate now rages among economists, investors, pundits and the puppetmasters of fiscal policy: What’s next, inflation or deflation?

archived June 26, 2009
	

Transition - June 26

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Transition movement vs post-carbonistas
The Transition Initiative: changing the scale of change, from The Orion magazine
Transition Hohenwald: Rural Community Targets Energy Efficiency

archived June 26, 2009
	

ODAC Newsletter - June 26

Staff, Oil Depletion Analysis Centre

A weekly review from a UK perspective.

archived June 26, 2009
	

Peak oil, prices, and supplies - June 26

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Which Matters Most? The Size of the Tap or the Tank?
Peak oil: myth or reality?
German-language "Global Oil Briefing No.5" now online

archived June 26, 2009
	

A shale gas boom?

Dave Cohen, ASPO-USA

My sympathy lies with skeptics. As someone who has written extensively about peak oil, I’ve encountered the human proclivity to hype a situation far beyond any semblance to reality time and time again—the Jack #2 discovery in the Gulf of Mexico comes to mind. Nevertheless, I’m going to say the jury is still out on this one.

archived June 25, 2009
	

Peak oil notes - Jun 25

Tom Whipple, ASPO-USA

A weekly round-up including:
- Prices and production
- Iraq

archived June 25, 2009
	

The peak oil crisis: Stifling a rebound

Tom Whipple, Falls Church News-Press

Three months ago the collective wisdom of investors concluded that the recession was nearly over. This resulted in one of the faster rebounds the stock markets have ever known --- based on the flimsiest of evidence and much wishful thinking.

archived June 25, 2009
	

The thermodynamic economy

John Michael Greer, The Archdruid Report

It's hardly news that economists these days spend more of their time explaining away their mistakes than providing useful guidance to policy makers and the public. Behind the failure of contemporary economics lies a poorly understood reality: the mismatch between today's economic ideas and the laws governing the natural systems that support the human economy.

archived June 24, 2009
	

Iraq - June 23

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Iraq: The final countdown
Kurdistan brands Iraq oil contracts 'unconstitutional'
7 Blasts Around Baghdad Kill at Least 24
Rush for ‘easiest oil in the world’

archived June 23, 2009
	

Peak oil, prices & supplies - June 23

Staff, Energy Bulletin

James D. Hamilton: "Causes and consequences of the oil shock of 2007-08"
The Net Hubbert Curve: What does it mean?
Global oil and gas E&P spending seen down 15 pct
Former Puerto Rico energy advisor: Peak oil - coming soon but when?
Tertzakian: Demand: The other side of the oil coin

archived June 23, 2009