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Preparing for a Future Defined by Peak Oil

Wednesday, February 22, 2012, 10:51 AM
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Preparing for a Future Defined by Peak Oil

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Executive Summary

  • How the math shows that the Bakken will not make us "energy independent"
  • Why the harsh constraints of Peak Oil are a near certainty for the US and its economic growth
  • What a world impacted by Peak Oil will likely be like
  • Why 2013 looks like the year Peak Oil will become globally acknowledged
  • What you should be doing (with your investments and lifestyle) in advance of the full force of Peak Oil's arrival

Part I: Dangerous Ideas

If you have not yet read Part I, available free to all readers, please click here to read it first.

Part II: Preparing for a Future Defined by Peak Oil

In Part I of this report , we discussed the odd push by some media outlets and Citibank to declare Peak Oil ‘over’ based on the exciting results coming from the Bakken shale oil play. While I, too, think the shale oil plays are exciting, and they certainly will help to mitigate the impact of Peak Oil to some extent, the idea that we can now relegate Peak Oil to the dustbin is a dangerous idea.

Since I have been asked by many of you to analyze the Bakken results, I will do so here with enough context and data to estimate its impact on future oil prices. Then we’ll cover the implications of all this on our responses and actions.

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