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- This New Decade: Era of Coal 2.0?
- Choice Quotes from the Peak Oil Decade
Mind Over Matter: Oil / Coal Dependence vs. Alternative Energy
Dec. 15, 2009 • 26 Comments
- Exxon-XTO Deal: Majors to Grow Reserves Through Natural Gas Acquisitions
- Energy Impoverishment: Heading Back to Coal?
- Natural Gas: Powering the Dubai Overshoot
- Energy Watch: Solve for California
- International Energy Association: Forced to Eat Their Optimistic Data on Future Oil Supply?
- For Your Perusal: The Glory of Free Market Oil Supply
- California: Entering Inflationary Depression
- Revival of the Petrodollar Recycling Machine
- Understanding Energy: Professional Money Management and Peak Oil
- California: Leveraged to Gasoline Prices and Nearing the Breaking Point
- Are U.S Treasuries and Gold in Conflict?
- Asset Reflation Does Not Signal Recovery for U.S.'s Collapsed Economy
- Global Oil Supply: Learning from Lagos
- Tools to Chart Mexico's Declining Oil Production
- Energy Transition: Grid 2.0 Looks Likely to Emerge from Boston
- China's Silver and Gold Download
- Brazil Upsets Economists with Decision on In-House Drilling Rigs
- Oil Supply: As Russian Production Tops Out, World Supply Will Continue to Slip
What's the U.S.'s Energy Policy?
Editors' Pick • Sep. 11, 2009 • 58 Comments
- Golden Rule: Easy Oil Production Means Cheap Oil, Difficult Production Means Expensive Oil
- Brazil: Policy Changes Signaling New Era of Oil Production Underway
- Mexico's Declining Oil Production: Clarion Call for Cantarell
- Oil Production: Brazil Making the Wisest Choice of All
- America's Mammoth Natural Gas Inheritance: The Burden of Transition
- California Resource Maximization: Marijuana First, Then Oil
- Washington's Dilemma: This Isn't a Recession, It's a Collapse
- Developing World Consuming More Energy than Developed World. Price, Climate Will Suffer
The Nigerian Delta, Oil Actors and the Global Oil Landscape
Editors' Pick • Jul. 8, 2009 • 18 Comments
- California - And by Extension the U.S. - Headed for Permanently Smaller Economy