Exploring Hydrocarbon Depletion
pstarr wrote:vtsnowedin wrote:https://www.eia.gov/dnav/pet/hist/LeafHandler.ashx?n=pet&s=mgfrpus1&f=a
why you even post stuff like that is beyond me? Besides a violation of the site COC . . . it merely shows an ever-increasing measure (40 million barrels) of a particular liquid, gasoline. Is your argument that gross production increases of liquids will continue forever? If so, that's deluded. An attempt to disprove ETP . . . then lame.
Your graph neglects fuel used to drill wells and truck/train Bakken tight shale. That is a net-loss of transport fuels. The economy ends. That's what counts. Your post is a violation, and a waste of time and carbon emissions.
donstewart wrote:@ all doomers
The ETP model remains the best explanation I see for what we can observe in the current events in the world.
zleo99 wrote:Where has the Etp Q&A Part 10 gone?
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