“The data resoundingly rejects … peak oil. In all aspects, I find the peak oil model an inadequate empirical representation of historical patterns. This is not to say that oil production may eventually peak. It does say that the peak oil model will have little, if anything, to say about it.”

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  1. Perhaps Mr. Boyce can explain why oil production in the continental United States peaked in the 1970s and no combination of technology and demand has changed this. Perhaps this data was not included in Mr. Boyle’s analysis.

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