Oil

Deep thought - June 24

Staff, Energy Bulletin

My Home, My Shadow Home: Where We Really Live
The financial return on energy invested
The "Export Land Model" in English: NET is what matters, not gross

archived June 24, 2009
	

UK & Europe - June 24

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Monbiot: Any real effort on climate change will hurt. Start with the easy bits: war toys
The Griffin Has Landed
Spare me that rubbish about your 'rights'

archived June 24, 2009
	

Web & media - June 24

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Transition Web project: recommendations report
FTC plans to monitor blogs for claims, payments
A review of three 'sort-of' post-oil novels

archived June 24, 2009
	

Geopolitics - June 24

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Tithing at the Crude Altar
Oil rush: Scramble for Iraq's wealth
Japan and China fight it out for right to mine lithium under Bond's battlefield

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
	

Interview with Charlie Maxwell (Part 1 of 2)

Steve Andrews , ASPO-USA

"What struck me the most, as a surprise, is the virulence in the downtrend in the world economy. That’s a negative for the peak oil story, but only a temporary negative. By crushing demand, we are in effect gaining two more years, maybe three, in which we in the consuming world have added to our time before the peak, and could take good advantage of, since the peak is right upon us-I have it still at 2015 for all liquids." (Charlie Maxwell is the life-long oil industry analyst viewed by Barrons’ magazine as their energy guru.)

archived June 22, 2009
	

Transport - June 22

Staff, Energy Bulletin

High Speed
UK air passenger numbers slump as recession bites
Lord Adonis sees demise of short flights

archived June 22, 2009
	

Peak oil and supplies - June 22

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Despite Relatively Low Demand, Oil Prices Spike (text and audio)
Greens told no alternative to fossil fuels
Study Shows Expense of Finding Oil, Nat. Gas Soared in 2008

archived June 22, 2009
	

Peak oil news - June 22

Tom Whipple, ASPO-USA

A weekly review including:
- Production and Prices
- Iraq
- Natural Gas
- Briefs

archived June 22, 2009