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Peak oil - May 15

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The AAPG Oil Reserves Conference, Nov 2006 - How Much Is Left?

ODAC
Douglas Low writes:
Towards the end of last year, 2006, an important meeting took place that should have been reported by the mainstream media, but passed by unnoticed. The meeting was invitation-only, free of media and consultants, with the intention of bringing together leading experts to discuss and establish as best as possible the world's remaining oil reserves. That ODAC is aware of, only the Oil and Gas Journal reported on the conference. ODAC discusses some of the highlights as reported in the Oil and Gas Journal, then reviews some of the conclusions reached at the conference, from an ODAC source who attended the conference.

(May 2007)


Peak Oil site with an engaging format

William Rollins, Peak Aware
Peak Aware (www.peakaware.com) showcases online videos addressing peak oil, links to critical reports in PDF format, and basic peak oil information designed to educate and engage family and friends in a format that is both entertaining and informative.

Creator William Rollins, an artist by trade, developed www.peakaware.com in response to his own obsession with peak oil. After years of reading online articles, William attended the ASPO-USA conference in 2006 to see first hand the mood within the peak oil community.

There was no doubt that very intelligent people were dedicating significant time to the issues surrounding peak oil, but it seemed clear there were insufficient resources addressing peak oil in a format that was engaging to the general public. www.peakaware.com strives to fill that gap and spread the word.
(May 2007)

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