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?
The underlying assumption in peak oil models is that scarcity would appear before the final cutoff of consumption.
Chris talks with Mason Inman about his new book The Oracle Of Oil, the first in-depth biography of M. King Hubbert, to learn more about the genesis of the Peak Oil theory.
A recent vacation afforded me the opportunity to read The Oracle of Oil, Mason Inman’s excellent new biography of Marion King Hubbert.
The focal point of The Oracle of Oil is Hubbert’s distinction as the first person to recognize the phenomenon of peak oil.
Many have heard of peak oil, but few seem to understand what it really means, and fewer still know much of anything about the father of the idea, M. King Hubbert.
The story of peak oil presented as a graphic novel.