Russia is at its 2nd and last oil peak. The easy oil is gone. The FSU export peak comes ahead of the production peak.
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Towards a Post-Oil Civilization: Yasunization and other initiatives to leave fossil fuels in the soil - REPORT
Environmental justice organisations and networks (ERA, Acción Ecológica, Oilwatch) put forward the proposal to leave fossil fuels in the ground.
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A mid-week update...Oil prices rebounded this week with Brent climbing above $104 after trading below $100 on Monday...
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Drilling Faster Just To Stay Still: A Proposal To Use ‘Production Per Unit Effort’ (PPUE) As An Indicator Of Peak Oil
Within the fields of harvest and fisheries management catch per unit effort (CPUE) is one method that is used to determine the health of a biological resource. The underlying assumption is that as a population declines it becomes harder to catch and therefore CPUE decreases.
As we work down the hydrocarbon pyramid, energy gets messier and much more costly. Latest in a series.
Half of oil burnable in 2000-2050 to keep us within 2 degrees warming has been used up as we hit 400 ppm
We have a race between peak oil and global warming. Symptoms of these complex processes pop up every now and then.
The famous Danish physicist Niels Bohr once humorously observed, "Predictions are very difficult, especially about the future." And so, as the world considers yet another rosy oil supply forecast, this time from the Paris-based International Energy Agency, it is worth reviewing the …
Two new reports say climate change could cause the next financial crisis. From London, Bob Ward, LSE lead author of "Unburnable: Carbon 2013: Wasted capital and stranded assets." Australia's Climate Institute, John Connor on coal's risky future. Plus Nancy LaPlaca: why …