Natural gas

The conservation imperative: energy limits to growth and the path to sustainability - part II

Richard Heinberg, Museletter / Global Public Media

This content is no longer available. It was a pre-publication draft of a section of "Energy Limits to Growth," a report that will be published in expanded form by Post Carbon Institute and International Forum on globalization in May.

archived February 24, 2009

ODAC Newsletter - 20 Feb

Staff, Oil Depletion Analysis Centre

A weekly round-up from a UK perspective.

archived February 20, 2009

United States & Canada - Feb 19

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Greenspan backs bank nationalisation
Obama unlikely to wade into oil sands debate
Canadian protesters urge Obama to shun oil sands
Watching Republicans grieve
EnCana to sell Deep Panuke natural gas production from NS to Repsol

archived February 19, 2009

Peak oil - Feb 17

Staff, Energy Bulletin

"After Peak Oil" conference at Johns Hopkins March 12
Crude Cassandra (Forbes covers Simmons)
Take Peak Oil seriously - it'll be here much sooner than you think
Threat of gas price rise as reserves run dry

archived February 17, 2009

ODAC Newsletter - 13 Feb

Staff, Oil Depletion Analysis Centre

Weekly round up from a UK perspective.

archived February 13, 2009

ODAC Newsletter - Feb 6

Staff, Oil Depletion Analysis Centre

A weekly review from a UK perspective.

archived February 6, 2009

Energy industry - Feb 2

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Natural Gas Glut Could Hit US
Oil Sector Braces For Wider Fallout Of Low Crude Price
Oil players stockpile cheap crude on tankers
Endangered Electricity System: The Potential of Microgrids

archived February 2, 2009

Budapest Nabucco conference ends -- no cigar

Peter Pogany, self

Prospects for constructing a pipeline that would make Europe less dependent on Russian gas and Gazprom's disputes with Ukraine seem only marginally better after the conference.

archived January 29, 2009

The Great Squeeze (review)

Kristin Sponsler, Energy Bulletin

This Great Squeeze: Surviving the Human Project is the latest film from Colorado-based Tiroir a Films. This sequel to their 2006 offering, Energy Crossroads: The Burning Need to Change Course, looks to dig deeper into how the concurrent processes of resource depletion, climate change, ecosystem destruction and our consumption-oriented economic model are threatening to destroy both our planet and possibly our very civilization. I would say in large part that it succeeds.

archived January 28, 2009

Fossil fuels - Jan 28

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Another Confirmation of Oil Depletion
Over the Cliff for Natural Gas in North America?
Coal in South Asia

archived January 28, 2009