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Infographic: Peak Oil Consumption – How much oil is left?


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2 Comments on "Infographic: Peak Oil Consumption – How much oil is left?"

  1. C Matheson on Fri, 24th Sep 2010 9:48 pm 

    A few of these graphs are clearly wrong!

    1. The first graph shows consumption, not global production as claimed.

    2. The production by state figures are clearly wrong. The amount labeled “other states” cannot be divided among the remaining states without some (or all) figures being higher than that for those states touted as the “top ten”

    3. The final graph shows world annual consumption of 306 billion barrels. Wrong, it is about 30 billion barrels.

  2. Simon Wigzell on Sat, 25th Sep 2010 8:05 am 

    Not to mention “Edwin Drake began the oil rush in 1959 producing 35 barrels a day”. 1959???

    And the remaining 1.3 trillion barrels of oil in the world is every last drop, most of which will never be recovered e.g. shale oil.

    Yes, this is so full of errors it is hard to know what is right or wrong or an error. Worthless.

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