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The End of Oil

Nate Hendley

The End of Oil

by Nate Hendley

  • 108 Want to read
  • 29 Currently reading

Published by Altitude Publishing (Canada) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Industries - Energy Industries,
  • Petroleum,
  • Business / Economics / Finance

  • The Physical Object
    FormatMass Market Paperback
    Number of Pages128
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12018610M
    ISBN 10155265334X
    ISBN 109781552653340

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Precisely how much accessible (not to mention theoretical) oil remains is debatable, but even conservative estimates mark the peak of production in decades rather /5(95). Synopsis. The book gives the scientific view that the age of petroleum is coming to an end, and the future is dangerously insecure.

Oil demand will shortly exceed the production capacity of even the largest suppliers. The book describes how the world economy is moving towards an uneasy transition. In this book, Goodstein rejected the notion that after peak occurs new alternative sources of Author: David Goodstein.

The End of Oil book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Petroleum is now so deeply entrenched in our economy, our politics, /5.

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For the past few decades, the scientific community have discussed peak oil, a new ice age, global warming, the food pyramid, and other dubious ‘facts’ which have not turned out to be correct.

(Or at least not as straightforward as Read More. If he is correct, then global oil production can be expected to decline steadily at about % a year, the cost of everything from travel, heating, agriculture, trade, and anything made of plastic. Crude oil also tends to get stuck in prolonged ranges after a sizable move, and a person who can identify these ranges has plenty of opportunities to buy at the low end and sell at the high end.

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The End of Oil by Paul Roberts • About the Book • About the Author • Questions for Discussion • A Conversation with Paul Roberts • For Further Reading About the Book The situation is alarming and irrefutable: Within thirty years, even by conservative estimates, we will have burned our way through most of the oil that is readily.

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I regard Paul Roberts' book as one of the better efforts to outline and rationalise the current energy age; he does so by a threefold discussion/5(37).