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Peak Oil is still our future’s reality

October 24, 2014

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Dino Peak Oil

(This is the final replay in the discussion on “The falling oil price may presage a future recession.”) In a reply to my previous contribution, “The falling oil price may presage a future recession”, Civil Economist Magnus Grill (19 October in Swedish) says that I assert, “that Peak Oil does not mean that oil will […]

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Peak Oil is still the reality of the future

October 23, 2014

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Dino Peak Oil

(English will come) Peak Oil är fortfarande framtidens verklighet I en replik till mitt inlägg ”Fallande oljepris ett tecken på recession” påstår civilekonom Magnus Grill att jag hävdar ”att Peak Oil inte innebär att oljan tar slut utan att efterfrågan på olja tar slut. Det är alltså inte längre fråga om Peak Oil från produktionssynpunkt […]

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How can “sweet crude” oil be interchangeable with oil from fracking? / Hur kan ”sweet crude” olja vara utbytbar mot oljan från fracking?

October 22, 2014

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I have received a question that I will convert into a blog: Bibi: I cannot understand how sweet crude oil can be interchangeable with oil from fracking. Is it a 1:1 relationship so that one obtains as much gasoline/diesel from a barrel of fracking oil as from a barrel of sweet crude? How is this […]

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How far will oil prices collapse

October 22, 2014

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Alexander Crawford has asked for my views on Gwynne Dyer’s article on the fall in the oil price, “How far will oil prices collapse”. Dyer begins his article with the following assertion: “The price of oil will hit its floor and it will rise again,” President Nicolas Maduro assured Venezuelans, whose shaky economy depends critically […]

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Is the drop in the oil price a “Pump War”?

October 21, 2014

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Pump War

On 17 October I discussed the falling oil price in the “Focus” column of the newspaper, Svenska Dagbladet (The falling oil price may presage a future recession) and there were some points made in that article that can be compared with those in an article by the well known columnist Thomas L. Friedman in the […]

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Kazakhstan’s largest oilfield will be shut down for at least two years

October 20, 2014

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One of the world’s largest oilfields is Kashagan in Kazakhstan. When this 13 billion barrel field was discovered in the year 2000 there were production projections of 2 million barrels per day, i.e. equivalent to that of Prudhoe Bay in Alaska. Production difficulties have been enormous and they currently estimate that an oil price of […]

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The falling oil price may presage a future recession

October 17, 2014

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(This is the English translation of my article in the Swedish newspaper Svenska Dagbladet, Fallande oljepris ett tecken på recession) Since July the price of Brent crude oil has fallen from $113 per barrel to $85.62 (on October 14). Historically we saw a similarly rapid fall in the in the oil price in late 2008 […]

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Russia (Rosneft) and the USA (ExxonMobil) strike oil in Arctic well

September 28, 2014

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News is spreading around the world that Rosneft and ExxonMobil have been successful in their joint effort to find oil in the Kara Sea up in the Arctic. Personally, I am doubtful that we should produce this oil but now that the oil appears to exist there we must place it in our global energy […]

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Aleklett’s Energy Mix, number of visitors

September 21, 2014

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It is interesting for me to know how many people are visiting my blog. You the current reader are not alone! During the past year 3920 individuals have visited my blog nearly three times per month. The readers come from 139 different nations. The nation contributing most visits is Sweden (47,144) followed by the USA […]

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Reduced oil revenues from oil in Scotland / Minskade oljeinkomster från olja i Skottland.

September 18, 2014

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Today the Scots decide whether or not they will leave the UK to become an independent nation. A decisive factor is that they feel robbed of oil income. If one continues the border between Scotland and England straight out into the North Sea then about 90% of the UK’s discovered oil is in what would […]

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