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Optimism, Harsh Realism, and Blind Spots—10 years later

By on 12 Jul 2010 in commentary, energy stat with 3 Comments
Optimism, Harsh Realism, and Blind Spots—10 years later

By the Peak Oil Review team Ten years ago, energy analyst Steve Andrews challenged widely respected energy guru Amory Lovins via email for what Andrews thought was an overly optimistic vision-about coal consumption trends, evolution in the auto industry, future world oil production, etc.-articulated in the Rocky Mountain Institute’s Spring 2000 newsletter. RMI published the […]

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"Free Market Oil” has dropped by over 2 million b/d since December of 2003.

By on 9 Nov 2009 in energy stat with 0 Comments

“Free Market Oil” has dropped by over 2 million b/d since December of 2003. This sub-category is the Non-OPEC countries, excluding Russia. It includes ExxonMobil, BP, Shell, Suncor, and countries like Brazil, the United States, Norway, the UK, Mexico and Australia. (11/3, #13)

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