Privatisation & globalisation

Dysfunction - August 12

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Mad cows (and livid lambs)
China and India: heartlands of global protest
Outside U.S., credit cards tighten grip
Local scientist splits water, saves world, gets on TV

archived August 12, 2008
	

Globalization - August 6

staff, Energy Bulletin

Shipping costs start to crimp globalization
Could globalization be going in reverse?
A new paradigm of globalization

archived August 6, 2008
	

Peak oil - August 5

staff, Energy Bulletin

Mainstream Dutch analysts foresee oil supply constrained world
A visit to Malaysia
Deep Green: peak oil changes everything

archived August 5, 2008
	

ODAC Newsletter - August 1

staff, Oil Depletion Analysis Centre

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

archived August 1, 2008
	

Peak oil review - July 28

Tom Whipple, ASPO-USA

An executive summary of weekly news from a US peak oil perspective, featuring:
- Production and Prices

- India’s Economy

- China after the Olympics

- TNK-BP

- Energy Briefs

archived July 28, 2008
	

Globalization - July 23

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Indian firms hit as China plants shut
Shipping: The greening of the ocean waves
Will soaring transport costs reverse globalization?

archived July 23, 2008
	

Coal - July 22

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Coal carves a place in the future of global energy
Coal’s fundamentals ‘may be stronger than oil’s’
How coal shortages in China will spark more foreign takeovers of U.S. assets

archived July 22, 2008
	

Prices & supplies - July 15

Staff, Energy Bulletin

'The best thing that could happen to the country is if no oil is found'
Côte d'Ivoire: City on Go-Slow as Residents Protest Sudden Fuel Price Rise
Japan's fishermen: 'We're dying'

archived July 15, 2008
	

Web - July 10

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Has the internet killed the joys of sitting down with a good book?
Protect the web, says Sir Tim Berners-Lee
Getting ‘wiki’ with it?

archived July 10, 2008
	

Ripples - May 29

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Dow Chemical hikes prices 20 percent, citing energy
Will soaring transport costs reverse globalization?
Dallas area residents feel grip of gas prices

archived May 29, 2008