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Meetings with Prince Turki Al-Faisal of Saudi Arabia

June 16, 2013


(Swedish below) This year’s edition of the Tällberg Forum gave me the opportunity to meet, once again, Prince Turki Al-Faisal from Saudi Arabia. Seven years ago in 2006 I discussed with him the future of oil production and Peak Oil. That was definitely one of the high points in my career as a participant in […]

Peak Oil: preparing for the ‘second half of the age of oil’

June 10, 2013


In the journal, Science Omega, James Morgan has published an interview with me where we discuss how we can prepare for “the second half of the age of oil”. In light of the fact that so many articles in the last half year have tried to convince us that we do not need to worry […]

Future oil production in Canada

June 7, 2013


The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) has just released a report ”Crude Oil – Forecast, Markets & Transportation”. In 2007 we wrote our article on production from the Canadian oil sands titled, “A crash program scenario for the Canadian oil sands industry” and since then I have followed developments in Canada. Therefore, it was […]