The recent growth in the “oil” production has been nowhere near what had been normal prior to the “Great Recession,”...
Articles: unconventional oil (6)
Since the autumn of 2011, a storyline of “oil revolution” and oil abundance--even “North American energy independence”—has taken the US media by storm.
De Wereld Morgen asks Richard Heinberg about the prospects for fracking in Europe.
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Detroit’s Motown legacy has put the spotlight on the vulnerability of the American car culture. Despite an oil shale boom and years of money printing US oil demand has hit a wall.
A person might think from looking at news reports that our oil problems are gone, but oil prices are still high. In fact, the new “tight oil” sources of oil which are supposed to grow in supply are still expensive to extract. If we expect to have more tight oil and more oil from …