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Peak oil & prices & supplies - July 17

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Bakken Oil; bonanza or hype?
The End of the Age of Oil: Will It Be a Soft or Hard Landing?
Will Iraq Be a Global Gas Pump?: The (Re)Making of a Petro-State

archived July 17, 2009
	

ODAC Newsletter - July 17

Staff, Oil Depletion Analysis Centre

A weekly review from a UK perspective

archived July 17, 2009
	

UK Government carbon transition plan - July 16

Staff, Energy Bulletin

UK announces long-term carbon reduction strategy
Climate change: Green dreams
Energy bill rises to tackle climate change are tiny

archived July 16, 2009
	

Exxon: Late, But Always the Bride

Steve LeVine, The Oil and the Glory

Quite apart from the long-shot chance that the venture could actually succeed, Exxon benefits from being able to brandish an environmental pin on its lapel, and its association with an authentic biofuels rock star. As Deutsche Bank's Paul Sankey told me in an email, "I think it's part R&D, part PR." Venter himself needed the cash injection, and could earn $300 million from Exxon if he meets certain unspecified project milestones probably associated with the economics of the algae.

archived July 15, 2009
	

Peak oil notes - July 16

Tom Whipple, ASPO-USA

A weekly round-up including:
- Prices and production
- The Nabucco pipeline

archived July 16, 2009
	

Transport - July 16

Staff, Energy Bulletin

England's pork barrel politics is paying for airlines to burn the planet
Groups plan pedal power for the homeless
Ontario looks to jolt electric car market
On the Streets of China, Electric Bikes Are Swarming
Get wired (again): Trolleybuses and Trolleytrucks

archived July 16, 2009
	

European pipeline politics - July 15

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Pipeline politics
A Mideast Pipe Dream
Media ponder 'energy chess game'

archived July 15, 2009
	

Nations & resources - July 15

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Obama remains diplomatic on oil and guns
European countries sign up for Nabucco deal to break Russia’s gas monopoly
Australian oil warning

archived July 15, 2009
	

Nuclear - July 14

Staff, ASPO-USA

France imports UK electricity as plants shut
Waxman/Markey; clean air or hot air?
CBI urges shift to nuclear from wind power

archived July 13, 2009
	

Then & now

Roger Blanchard, ASPO-USA

Recently a friend gave me a copy of a January 22, 1973 issue of Newsweek. The cover title was “The Energy Crisis”. It’s interesting to look back and see how things have changed; or, to be more accurate, not changed.

archived July 13, 2009

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