HomeEnergy Matters The economic impact of high oil prices admin 20 April, 2012 Energy Matters No Comments News 3 new results for PEAK-OIL Peak Oil Off: Great Game OnForbesNobody wants to lose: Peak oil is dead, the Great Game is back. What’s particularly interesting about East Africa finds in Kenya, Tanzania, Mozambique, Madagascar, Ethiopia and more established fields in Uganda and Sudan, isn’t just the size of the …See all stories on this topic » Peak oil goes mainstream (again)FT Alphaville (blog)We’re not talking about head-for-the-hills type “peak oil”, however. From Friday’s Buttonwood column: The concept of peak oil—the idea that global crude production may be at, or close to, its limit—is far from universally accepted.See all stories on this topic » The economic impact of high oil pricesThe EconomistThe concept of peak oil—the idea that global crude production may be at, or close to, its limit—is far from universally accepted. One leading asset manager talked recently of the world being “awash with energy” because of the exploitation of American …See all stories on this topic » The Economist This once a day Google Alert is brought to you by Google. Tweet Pin It About The Author admin Related Posts Energy Matters IEA calls for global push to end energy ... By admin Nov 11, 2009 Energy Matters Edwin R. Budd: Too much danger with Frac... By admin Jun 6, 2012 Energy Matters Is seaweed the future of biofuel? By admin Mar 3, 2012 Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.