More than a decade later economists and financial analysts are again identifying powerful signals of economic distress, this time in the energy, mining, power-producing, and farm industries.
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A weekly roundup of peak oil news including: -Quotes of the Week -Oil and the Global Economy -The Middle East and North Africa -China -Russia -Venezuela -The Briefs
A midweek update. Oil prices continued to climb this week, capped by a 3 percent jump on Wednesday, which set new highs for 2016.
We Could Be Witnessing the Death of the Fossil Fuel Industry—Will It Take the Rest of the Economy Down With It?
It’s not looking good for the global fossil fuel industry. Although the world remains heavily dependent on oil, coal and natural gas—which today supply around 80 percent of our primary energy needs—the industry is rapidly crumbling.
A weekly roundup of peak oil news, including: Quotes of the week -Oil and the Global Economy -The Middle East and North Africa -Russia -Venezuela -The Briefs
A mid-week update. After a short-lived downturn following the failure of the Doha Conference last Sunday, prices rebounded Monday after Kuwaiti oil workers went on strike shutting in some 2 million b/d of oil production.
A weekly roundup of peak oil news, including: -Quote of the Week -Oil and the Global Economy -The Middle East and North Africa -China -Russia -The Briefs
A midweek update. Oil prices set 2016 highs on Tuesday but then pulled back Wednesday on an unexpected increase in US crude stocks and growing skepticism that the meeting in Doha on Sunday will have any significant impact on oil supplies.
It has been a volatile week for oil with prices settling Wednesday at $38.32 in New York and $39.85 in London. Some traders still seem to be fascinated by the upcoming meeting in Doha on April 17th to “freeze prices.”
Oil prices surged Wednesday on yet another round of expectations that there will be a production freeze by those oil exporters that in fact have little hope of increasing production soon.