Item of General Interest
Nov. 23. I put my two presentations from the first week of November up on the Presentations/Podcasts page.
I have a fair number of family activities going on at this time of year, so posts may temporarily be a little less frequent.
Tag Archives: peak oil
If a person reads US newspapers, it is easy to get the impression that all of the world’s oil problems are over. But this is not really the case. An Overlooked Part of the Problem: High Oil Prices A major … Continue reading
The story of oil limits is one that crosses many disciplines. It is not an easy one to understand. Most of those who are writing about peak oil come from hard sciences such as geology, chemistry, and engineering. The following … Continue reading
I have written in recent posts that oil limits are more complex than what many have imagined. They aren’t just a lack of a liquid fuel; they are inability to compete in a global economy that is based on use … Continue reading
We have all heard the story about oil supply supposedly rising and falling for geological reasons. But what if the story is a little different from this–oil production rises and falls for economic reasons? If this is the issue, it doesn’t … Continue reading