HomeEnergy Matters The cost of blunting peak oil admin 4 April, 2012 Energy Matters No Comments ws 2 new results for PEAK-OIL The cost of blunting peak oilSmartPlanet.com (blog)By Mark Halper | April 3, 2012, 12:41 PM PDT The notion of “peak oil” says that the world’s rate of oil production will hit a permanent decline, if it hasn’t already. It’s one compelling reason why we’re supposed to pursue alternative fuel sources, …See all stories on this topic » Gulf in Oil Prices May Set Up Market for a FallWall Street JournalThe theory of “peak oil“—that world oil production has topped and supply is steadily depleting— helped push the price of Brent crude to a record $147.50 a barrel in 2008. But many have abandoned the theory, as new technology, such as hydraulic …See all stories on this topic » Tip: Use a minus sign (-) in front of terms in your query that you want to exclude. Learn more. Delete this alert.Create another alert.Manage your alerts. Reply Forward Related Tweet Pin It About The Author admin Related Posts Energy Matters Rio+20 Earth summit: walkout at ‘g... By admin Jun 6, 2012 Energy Matters Oil Price Daily News Update By admin Apr 4, 2012 Energy Matters The Fukushima Gyre By admin Jun 6, 2012 Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.