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ASPO May newsletter

CONTENTS
352. Saudi Reserves
353. Towards the Petro-Apocalypse,
354. Dire Energy Situation unfolds in Argentina
and Chile
355. Country Assessment - Algeria
356. ASPO - Third International Workshop in
Berlin
357. New Book and Presentations
358. A new awakening
359. Does the IEA deliberately aim to mislead?
360. Updating the Depletion Model
361. The End of Fossil Energy and a Plan for
Sustainability
362. Resource Wars
363. Peak Oil this Decade confirmed by Oil & Gas
Journal
364. Denmark raises awareness of Oil Depletion

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