Robert Bryce turnaround: Gasoline’s cheap again, but peak oil still looms large
Nafeez Ahmed: Food crisis & peak oil
The end of the world as we know it?
Iraq's oil: The greatest prize of all ?
Gulf's woes bode ill for the oil and gas we need
Oiligarchy: A game with a message
The slow death of Gaza
What the pirates say
Yemen 'faces crisis as oil ends'
From the Kremlin to Caracas, how oil collapse changes everything
How Dubai's fantasy skyline tumbled to earth
Arab News: Energy industry headed for a bigger crisis
Green groups ramp up attacks on oil sands
Greenwash: BP and the myth of a world 'Beyond Petroleum'
Few people can have a better knowledge of Iraq’s oil than Dr. Issam A. R. al-Chalabi. Kjell Aleklett reports on a detailed discussion with the man who has been chairman for SCOP, the State Company for Oil Projects, the chairman of INOC, the Iraq National Oil Company, as well as Iraq’s vice-oil minister and oil minister.
The Economist: Oil prices have plunged. Another spike may be on its way
Byron King: Oil prices down… for now
The day the oil runs dry (Abu Dhabi and Dubai)
Darley: Obama will need energy realism, not more economic alchemy
McKibben: President Obama’s big climate challenge
Obama victory signals rebirth of US environmental policy
Under Obama, dark days seen ahead for fossil fuels
One-way bet for solar, wind power
Barack Obama: the view from Iran
Oil reserve expert claims world faces ‘oversupply of energy’ problem
ASPO losing its raison d'être?
Paying the price for cheap oil
Iraq loses $20-30 billion over global financial crisis
Index Research on Pakistan, October 2008
We will defend territory against attack, vows Syria
OPEC announces big production cuts
Cuba's claims of 20B barrels in offshore oil raise eyebrows
Iran's president under pressure
Venezuela oil price tumbles, Chavez pressured