The impact of the Tooth Fairy Syndrome is all the more felt in the main media and among politicians – with the end result that so many lay people (and many experts) end up highly confused about what to think and do about energy matters.
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The ‘peak oil’ controversy is staging a come-back as the industry confronts higher costs—and low prices
The Peak Oil story got some things right.
Let's acknowledge that the situation we are in, as depicted in Part 1, is complex.
As you no doubt can gather from the title, I am of the view that we do not have 50 years to agonise about oil.
We are fully under the influence of petroleum demand destruction.
A review of Mason Inman's timely new book, The Oracle of Oil: A Maverick Geologist's Quest for a Sustainable Future.
The man and the movment: Is it dead?
Note to Bernie Sanders: Something is More Than Rotten in the State of Denmark, and Peak Oil is Coming to Take it Away
Denmark is often lauded as a kind of social utopia. But perhaps we should start thinking about what the end of cheap and plentiful energy-dense fossil fuels might have in store for such platitudes.
In the last press review of 2015 I asked if that had been the year petroleum peaked.