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Very interesting, but the whole world is trying to use less oil. Put a few million electric cars ...
Wow, 160Mbpd is rather fantastic. Is it technically achievable? Probably. More to the point is the fundamental question ...
Count me among those who put no stock in abiotic oil theory. It's certainly possible to produce oil abiotically, but ...
Having been following the peak oil movement since the early days of the Oil Drum I've gotten completely cynical about ...
Interesting read. I think of those alarmed when looking at the earth from the moon and fear we have a ...
... prospects to grow in production and consumption for another century?
Most people have already made up their minds, ...
I do see strange graphs with little explanation of fuel supply demand change. Increasing demand for some years out, but ...
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