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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.”

    WASF–We Are So Fucked

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