A mid-week update, including:
-Prices and production
TOD: Saudi Arabia's Crude Oil Production Peaked in 2005
IEA says oil capacity crunch looms at end of 2013
Where Is Oil Production Headed?: An Adverse Scenario
Oil producers running out of storage space
Number of Rigs Drilling for Natural Gas in U.S. Drops to 5-Year Low
In July 2008, the price of crude oil reached an historical high level of US$147 per barrel. However, as a consequence of falling demand over the following six months, the price declined by well over 60%. This article examines the causes behind the oil price spike, which has become a serious commercial threat to many airlines.
A weekly roundup of peak oil news, including:
- Production and prices
- Obama's budget
Oil: How Low Can It Go?
'Next oil shock will be far worse than $147 a barrel'
TOD's Khebab: Analysis of Decline Rates
A Few Thoughts on US Petroleum Demand, Inventories, and Prices
A mid-week review, including:
- Prices and production
- The Automakers
Obama focuses on green economy in speech before Congress
The Obama Code
Economic Crisis Complicates California’s Goals on Climate
Oil's not well in Canada
A Marxist view of Obama's prospects
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.
A weekly roundup of Peak Oil issues - including:
- Production and Prices
- The March OPEC meeting
- China goes shopping
Peak Oil: why $40 per barrel is no cause for complacency
The great oil output race
Energy secretary predicts higher demand for oil
Oil companies spend millions to protect the primary source of the world’s energy