Oil Production and Consumption for Certain Countries
"These graphs show the relative oil availability and oil demand amongst certain countries whose strategic interests may be in conflict."
"World oil supplies are all but certain to remain tight through the rest of this decade, unless there is a precipitous drop in demand, according to the results of a study by the London-based Oil Depletion Analysis Centre (ODAC).
"Experts say we're about to run out of oil. But we're nowhere near having another technology ready to take its place."
"Following is the English transcript of Usama bin Ladin's speech in a videotape aired by Aljazeera on Friday 29 October. In the interests of authenticity the transcript, which appeared as subtitles at the foot of the screen, has been left unedited.""Why have you listed up Bin Laden's Speech on your Web Site?"
" '... to talk about energy independence is foolish. The two candidates, with due respect, are lying to the people, or they don’t know what they are talking about.'”
"With the coming of Peak Oil and the beginning of long-term, irreversible declines in the availability of fossil fuels (along with many other resources), modern industrial civilization faces a wrenching series of unwelcome transitions. This comes as a surprise only for those who haven't been paying attention." (See also The Long Road Down: Decline and the Deindustrial Future by the same author.)
"The International Air Transport Association said it expects the global airline industry to post an overall loss of between $3 billion and $4 billion in 2004, as high fuel costs outweigh strong increases in international traffic."This is just the beginning. Air travel is the first aspect of modern living that will succumb to oil depletion.
"This White Paper provides a rationale for effective governmental renewable energy policies worldwide, as well as sufficient information to accelerate effective governmental policies. It is the thesis of this White Paper that a worldwide effort to generate the renewable energy transition must emerge at the top of national and international political agendas, starting now."
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