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Fracking (Tight Oil) delays Peak Oil by some years / Fracking (Tight oil) förskjuter Peak Oil med några år

April 16, 2017


(Swedish below) I have received a request from someone for permission to present one of our older Peak Oil figures in a planned book, a figure that can be compared with that published by Colin Campbell and me in 2003. That image is shown below and can be found in my book from 2012, Peaking […]

The Paris Agreement requires more fossil energy than the world’s reserves

April 7, 2017


DEBATE: The climate agreement in Paris assumed increased consumption of fossil fuels during this entire century and five times as much nuclear energy as currently to allow economic growth to continue. This is unrealistic when access to coal, oil and natural gas will be insufficient, writes Kjell Aleklett, Professor Emeritus of Uppsala University at Global […]