GAO report from March 2007 confirms we are in the midst of Peak Oil or will be before we can completely re-tool transportation.
For current information on energy review Energy Information Agency, the Association for the Study of Peak Oil and The Oil Drum. Cost for planning and building the disaster.
The October edition of Oilwatch Monthly can be downloaded at this weblink (PDF, 1.48 MB, 21 pp).
- CNBC: Matt Simmons, Nov 2, 2007
- CNBC: T Boon Pickens, Oct 18, 2007
- Bloomberg: Matt Simmons, Feb 1, 2007
- GAO Peak Oil Report. See charts below, Peak Crude in May 2005 and Peak all liquids June 2006
- Peak Oil Survival
- Total's CEO, Financial Times, Oct 31, 2007 "The world's capacity to produce oil will fall well short of official forecasts, the chief executive of Total warned on Wednesday. In an unusually stark prediction for the head of one of the world's biggest oil companies, Christophe de Margerie, CEO of the French group, said it would be difficult to reach even 100m barrels a day."
- Connecticut Legislature
- Electrical Grid is vulnerable. Design life of transformers is 40 years, average age is 40 years. Lifeboats, Feed-in Tariffs are critically important.
- Brutal Facts
- Supply Chain Management
- ABC Peak Oil
- Peak Minerals
- US Army view on Peak Oil
- EIA Oil Production
- Oil Spill Summary
- German Military on Peak Oil
- Bloomington, IN on Peak Oil
- On 29th October 2008 at The London Stock Exchange, eight leading UK companies launched a report, The Oil Crunch: Securing the UK's energy future, warning that a peak in cheap, easily available oil production is likely to hit by 2013, posing a grave risk to the UK and world economy. The warning comes from a broad spectrum of industry (Arup, FirstGroup, Foster + Partners, Scottish and Southern Energy, Solarcentury, Stagecoach Group, Virgin Group, Yahoo), known as The Peak Oil Group