Industry

United States - June 9

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Lagging Recognition
Industry Defends Drilling, Ignores Water Contamination
Upping the Ante

archived June 9, 2009
	

Peak oil & supplies - June 9

Staff, Energy Bulletin

The CEO Poll: On black gold
Shell's Willem Schulte says we have enough oil, for now
High oil prices and the end of globalization really?
An Alternative National Energy Security Assessment for Australia

archived June 9, 2009
	

Peak Oil Review - June 8

Tom Whipple, ASPO-USA

A mid-week review, including:
-Prices and production
-Airlines under pressure
-Update on China
-Briefs

archived June 8, 2009
	

Geopolitics - June 8

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Krieg um Öl: Ein Erdölimperium als deutsches Kriegsziel 1938-1943
The Geopolitics of Global Energy
Developed countries responsible for climate change: Chinese expert
Peru: Police, Indigenous Indians Clash in Protests Over Resources

archived June 8, 2009
	

Deep thought - June 8

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Apocalypse now
Peak Oil, Sustainability and the Problem of Freedom
Coal, Oil and the Human Difficulty of Grasping Long Duration Problems
War, what is it good for? It made us less selfish

archived June 8, 2009
	

Peak Oil Notes - June 4

Tom Whipple, ASPO-USA

A mid-week update, including:
-Prices and production

archived June 4, 2009
	

United States - June 4

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Technology seen key to oil sands: Chu
Waxman Irks Allies by Bargaining With Companies on Climate Bill
Climate Bill Earmarks $500M for Clean Coal

archived June 4, 2009
	

Peak oil & supplies - June 4

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Member of German Parliament Sounds Death Knell for Carbon Energy
A Call to Action on Peak Oil
The Trouble With Energy
Hamilton on speculation, inflation and oil
Oil Demand Falling Fast In Japan

archived June 4, 2009
	

Peak oil review - June 1

Tom Whipple, ASPO-USA

A weekly roundup of peak oil news, including:
-Production and prices
-The rebound
-Brazil
-Briefs

archived June 1, 2009
	

Review of RAND study, Imported Oil and US National Security (May, 2009)

Rick Munroe, Energy Bulletin

RAND Corporation has brought its considerable expertise to bear on the national security implications of US oil import dependence...While this study examines this issue solely from an American perspective, many of its observations are applicable to other import-dependent nations. Although there is much of value in this report, I wish to challenge its central recommendation on how government should deal with price spikes and physical shortages.

archived May 29, 2009