Tom Whipple Aug 25, 2014
The key question is just how many more months or years production of U.S. tigh toil will continue to grow. >>
It has been clear for some time that the only factor keeping global crude output from moving lower is the continuing increase in U.S. shale oil production. The key question is just how many more months or years will production of U.S. shale oil (more accurately call light tight oil) continue to grow.
For anyone concerned about the future of the American West, the findings of a new study can make the heart pound.
Let’s step back for a minute and consider the implications of the study released last week on the depletion of groundwater in the Colorado River Basin. >>
The effect of the sanctions will be to speed the Russian decline, forcing up world oil prices as soon as US tight oil maxes out and goes into its inevitable nosedive. >>
Post Carbon Fellow Bill McKibben was interviewed on … >>
The Post Carbon Resilience Guide Rebuilding the Foodshed … >>
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