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US Gasoline Demand – A Prime Driver Reverses

US Gasoline Demand has slumped so far in 2017 – that could start to matter a lot, as it drives global oil demand Oil demand growth remains heavily dependent on transportation fuel growth. About 60% of the oil barrel is made … Continue reading

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The First Law of Thermodynamics – Energy Is Becoming a Buyer’s Market

Energy cannot be created or destroyed, but can be altered from one state to another (1). Oil Supply Dwarfs Demand – Official “There is an abundance of oil: known resources today dwarf the world’s likely consumption of oil out to 2050 and … Continue reading

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How do you keep Oil above $50/bbl forever?

In a world of flattening and changing energy demand, with more dense and varied supply, Saudi Arabia’s latest, lone effort to manage global oil prices looks forlorn ———— Everyone seems to like an oil price around about $50-60/bbl these days. Saudi … Continue reading

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Peak Investment Has Probably Already Happened

Peak Oil and Gas Investment Has Probably Already Happened – So What does that Mean? The subject of Peak Demand remains a top-level oil and gas issue. Peak Investment should be one too – especially as it’s probably already happened. The IEA … Continue reading

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Plan B – The Unwalled Garden

(Note – this post is also available in pdf format in the White Paper page) Leading Oil Firms Should Start Executing Plans for a World of Less Demand, and External Rivalry In last month’s post – No Plan B – I reviewed the current strategies … Continue reading

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