Peak Oil November, 2006

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Update: Daily Peak Oil News Feeds and Submissions

Peak Oil Feed As a part of our continued site upgrades, we are now offering 4 new services: daily peak oil news feeds, the ability to submit peak oil articles (with HTML), a submission form for link exchanges and/or RSS feeds, and a RSS feed tool for peak oil webmasters. We hope these new features will provide a better resource for our visitors while giving webmasters and bloggers a new way to increase their online visibility. The subject of oil depletion and world energy supplies is increasing on a daily basis - we are dedicated to improving our site in order to meet the growing public ...

World Energy Predictions 2006-2030

World Energy OutlookThe World Energy Outlook (WEO) is a yearly energy forecast published by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), and the International Energy Agency (IEA). The 2006 report urges the international community to invest heavily in energy efficiency in order to avoid a global economic crisis. Governments will need to invest at least $20 billion into the energy infrastructure over the next 25 years to meet the growing worldwide demand for electronic technologies and gadgets. Demand for oil and energy resources from industrialized nations like China are expected ...

American Oil Depletion in Canada

Canadian OilCanadian oil wells supply a large percentage of American natural gas and oil imports. Satisfying America’s prodigious energy appetite depends on the continued availability of Canadian energy sources. About 25 percent of the crude oil and 80 percent of the natural gas imported into the United States come from our very accommodating neighbor to the north. More than half of the fuel pumped out of Canadian wells heads south to keep us Yankees warm and happily tooling about on our highways. What happens when Canada runs out of its oil and natural gas resources? What will this mean for the economies of both Canada and the United States? Even though the Canadian economy is no less dependent on hydrocarbon energy ...

North American Energy Consumption

Energy ConsumptionWhenever the price of gas rises, North Americans begin to talk about driving less. Recent oil price trends have seen a noticeable reduction in SUV sales and have hit the large automobile manufacturers hard. Middle class America has been hit hardest by the rising cost of living; higher taxes and mortgages, car payments and the rising price of home and vehicle energy. Large suburban homes require large amounts of heat, electricity (for lighting) and air conditioning. Most households have two or more full-sized cars which are used to travel far distances for education and employment. All of these factors ...

Energy Supply Solutions

Energy SuppliesLou Grinzo, a technical writer and bachelor in economics, is working hard to raise awareness about the peak oil situation in two ways. First, he is trying to introduce people to the major trends in energy development and talk about what can be done for the future. Second, he wants to give people the references they'll need to fact-check his information. He says that he's been an 'energy geek' since the 1973 oil crisis, and he is obsessed with gaining knowledge about global energy economics and supplies. His take on energy resources is not as pessimistic as some, he believes oil will not become as expensive as some experts believe because the price ...