Item of General Interest
July 25. I received notice today that an article I helped write is available for free download for the next fifty days. The corrected free link for the article is "An Oil Production Forecast for China Considering Economic Limits." The article discusses the possibility that oil prices may not rise endlessly, and evaluates three future price scenarios. Under the "low" scenario (prices remain under $50 per barrel), oil production in China has already peaked.
Monthly Archives: April 2011
Everyone would like to fix the US energy policy, but doing so is almost impossible, in my view, primarily because we need to be planning for a much bigger change than most people can even imagine. It seems to me … Continue reading
The US Energy Information Administration’s January oil production figures are out, and they show record oil production. Where are we headed from here? While production for January is up a bit (219,000 barrels compared to December), the monthly numbers bounce … Continue reading
I wrote a post last week called Steep oil decline or slow oil decline? Since writing it, I had some additional thoughts on the subject, on reasons to expect a steep decline rather than a slow decline. Furthermore, my article What’s behind … Continue reading