Annual global oil production data are now available from the U.S. Department of Energy/Energy Information Administration (U.S. DOE/EIA) for 2022 so it’s time for an update on my 2022 report.
This report covers oil production in Russia, including the former Soviet Union area, and in Asia.
Could it be that there is a politically less appealing but a more realistic explanation for what is causing high oil prices?
This time, we’re going to have to start coming to terms with nature’s limits. That means shared sacrifice, cooperation, and belt tightening.
With Oil, Power and War, Matthieu Auzanneau has produced what I believe is the new definitive work on oil and its historic significance, supplanting even Daniel Yergin’s renowned The Prize, for reasons I’ll describe below.
In Oil, Power, and War, French journalist Matthieu Auzanneau presents a comprehensive, provocative history of humankind’s relationship with oil.
Earth scientists have been making the case for years that the present level of human activity is not sustainable. We’re rapidly depleting resources, degrading ecosystems, altering the atmosphere, etc. What earth scientists are saying is generally not covered by the mainstream media, or is sugar coated, because the mainstream media is an outlet for the corporate perspective on the world.
On 16 November 2016 the International Energy Agency (IEA) presented its annual ”World Energy Outlook” report (WEO-2016).
The Saudis have not finished the job they set out to do … not merely to lower the production of oil from U.S. shale deposits–a goal which they’ve already achieved–but also to cripple funding for new projects.
After a delay of several months the US Energy Information Administration has published the latest international energy statistics for October 2015
This recent forum was about how to transition away from fossil fuels, after the UN conference on climate change in Paris in November 2015.
All evidence, however, points to a continuing depression in oil prices in 2016 — one that may, in fact, stretch into the 2020s and beyond.