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Prime Minister Brown’s forked tongue / Premiärminister Browns kluvna tunga

March 5, 2009


I have now landed in Aberdeen for this evening’s big event. At Arlanda [Stockholm’s international airport] I picked up a copy of the International Herald Tribune. The UK’s prime minister Gordon Brown is visiting the USA and he reports that he does not feel as welcome as he did when President Bush was in office. […]

”Peak Oil Moment”

March 4, 2009


As a lecturer on Peak Oil I have seen how listeners have experienced what we call their “Peak Oil Moment”, i.e. that moment when they realize the significance of Peak Oil. Recently I gave a run down on peak oil to one of the research heads of one of Sweden’s largest corporations. He began the […]

Greater interest in Peak Oil than ever / Större intresse för Peak Oil än någonsin

March 2, 2009


During recent years I have accepted 40-50 invitations to give presentations in Sweden and around the world and I have also declined about the same number. This year I had planned on saying “no” more often and I thought that the lower oil price would dampen interest. Now as I plan activities for March I […]