Petrodollars & US dollar

Peak Oil Review - Oct 20

Tom Whipple, ASPO-USA

A digest of peak oil news including:
- Oil amidst the financial crisis
- The OPEC production cut
- The Russian meltdown
- Briefs

archived October 20, 2008

Peak Oil Notes - Oct 16

Tom Whipple, ASPO-USA

A mid week update.

archived October 16, 2008

Peak oil review - Oct 13

Tom Whipple, ASPO-USA

An executive summary of weekly news from a US peak oil perspective, featuring:
- Oil and the crash
- Bidding for Iraqi oil
- Investment in oil production
- Briefs

archived October 13, 2008

Economics - Oct 12

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Resurgence of risk - a primer on the develop(ed) credit crunch
Locabucks: Are local currencies a way to escape the liquidity trap?
Chris Cook: A new dawn for Iran (the 'carbon dollar' based on energy )
Reality Report episodes on economics

archived October 12, 2008

ODAC Newsletter - Oct 10

Staff, Energy Bulletin

A digest of news and commentary from a UK peak oil perspective

archived October 10, 2008

Economic Meltdown in America Saves the World from Peak Oil

James Leigh, Energy Bulletin

It had seemed abundantly clear over the year beginning mid 2007 that rampant economic development in less developed countries, along with the maintenance of economic development in more developed countries, spooked the oil markets. After all both China and India were growing economically at around 10% level.
However, that may be changing.

archived October 9, 2008

Peak oil & prices - Oct 9

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Say Goodbye to Peak Oil
Meeting the Energy Challenge-Heinberg & Darley (video and audio)
Oil Prices in 2009 - two views
US oil production at lowest level since 1946-gov't

archived October 9, 2008

ODAC Newsletter - Oct 3

Staff, Oil Depletion Analysis Centre

A digest of news and commentary from a UK peak oil perspective

archived October 3, 2008

Peak Oil Notes - Oct 2

Tom Whipple, ASPO-USA

Mid-week update including:
- Waiting for Congress
- Shortages

archived October 2, 2008

A crash course

Carl Etnier, Barre Montpelier (Vermont) Times Argus

Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson has earnestly explained this past week that bad lending practices are the No. 1 cause of the collapse of the U.S. financial system. What would he prefer to have as the primary cause of the collapse of the U.S. financial system?

archived September 28, 2008