Peak Oil: Is History Repeating Itself, Again?

(OilPrice.com) – In 2002, oil prices were hovering around $20 per barrel and then rose almost continuously until mid-2008 when the price of a barrel of oil on the New York Mercantile Exchange hit an intraday high of $147.27, its highest... Read more →

A Decade of Fracking Research: What Have We Learned?

This is the second story in the E&E News “Shale@10” special report. The full series can be found here. (E&E News) — When oil and gas developers began using hydraulic fracturing to tap previously unaccessed sources of fossil... Read more →

High Oil Prices Aren’t Necessarily Bad

The American Energy Society recommends this article alongside, “This Is How Big Oil Will Die“. (R-Squared Energy) – As U.S. exports increase, high oil prices are turning into less of an economic negative for the country. If... Read more →

This Is How Big Oil Will Die

The American Energy Society recommends this article alongside “High Oil Prices Aren’t Necessarily Bad“. (NewCo Shift) – It’s 2025, and 800,000 tons of used high strength steel is coming up for auction. The steel made... Read more →
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