Item of General Interest
July 11. I recently received word that an article that I am a co-author on was accepted by the academic journal "Energy." The name of the article is "An Oil Production Forecast for China Considering Economic Limits." The article talks about the possibility that oil prices may not rise endlessly, and evaluates three future price scenarios. Under the "low" scenario, which is the under $50 per barrel scenario, oil production in China has already peaked.
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