Of Asia’s total incremental oil imports since 2001, 4.5 mb/d (47%) have come from production growth, 3.9 mb/d (41%) from taking away imports of other countries (US, Europe, Africa and others) and 1.2 mb/d (12%) from direct consumption decline (US, Europe and others).
Articles: peak oil (264)
What’s new about Afterburn is that it offers two things that Transitioners or anyone else who forecasts a more local future needs today: inspiration and advice for the future...
Cuba is an unusual country that has been followed by many peak oilers. I recently visited there. I also followed my usual practice of looking up data from Internet sources about what is happening. I summarize my findings in this article.
Chris Nelder on why peak oil isn't dead.
The story of peak oil presented as a graphic novel.
The possibility that 2015, give or take a year, will see the all-time peak in global oil production is coming in for increased discussion as some prominent analysts make a “peak year” call.
Glut of Capital and Labor Challenge Policy Makers: Global oversupply extends beyond commodities, elevating deflation risk. To me, this is a very serious issue, quite likely signaling that we are reaching what has been called Limits to Growth...
The conventional wisdom about steadily rising demand is wrong. Within two decades, global oil use will start to fall, according to sustainability professor at University of California.
The Age of Oil is winding down - it has been doing so since 2005.
Complex structures, such as states and empires, are always prone to collapse and they usually give little or no previous warnings.