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Andrew Sheets: The New Definition of “Peak Oil”?

Thoughts on the Market | Publicerades 2020-10-09

Do tech-driven energy efficiencies—coupled with a shift in environmental attitudes—mean oil demand will fail to recover to pre-COVID levels?



2 Comments on "Andrew Sheets: The New Definition of “Peak Oil”?"

  1. Dredd on Sat, 10th Oct 2020 8:55 am 

    Peak oil is also about being able to deliver it (Seaports With Sea Level Change – 11).

    Peak production? Peak consumption? peak sales?

    Obviously the ultimate peak was when it had never been used … when it was all in the ground.

  2. FamousDrScanlon on Thu, 15th Oct 2020 1:12 pm 

    Andrew Sheets: The Same Old Definition of “Retard”?

    “a shift in environmental attitudes” – fuck off.

    Ignore all chattering monkeys. The data are all that’s needed to see any ‘shift’ – don’t hold your breath.

    All the data clearly shows the humans are an insatiable & suicidal megacancer.

    Phoenix sets record with 144 days of 100-degree temperatures or higher — and there’s no end in sight

    “The new number of 144 days sets a record going back to 1896, the first full year for which weather records were kept, according to Marvin Percha, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Phoenix.”

    https://www.azcentral.com/story/news/local/phoenix-weather/2020/10/14/phoenix-sets-record-144-days-100-degrees-higher-temperatures/3651275001/

    WASF–We Are So Fucked

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