Tag Archives: export land model

  • Podcast

    Jeffrey J. Brown: Hurricanes & US Oil Production

    Estimating the impact of Harvey (and Irma, and...)
    by Adam Taggart

    Tuesday, September 5, 2017, 3:13 PM

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    Hurricane Harvey took offline over 50% of Texas' refining capacity and shut down large percentage of the wells in the major Eagle Ford shale play.

    This week, Hurricane Irma threatens to deliver a similar massive punch to the oil patch in the Gulf.

    To discuss the ramifications from these storms on the oil markets, geoscientist and oil explorer Jeffrey Brown returns to the podcast. He calculates that Harvey alone will have long-lasting effects such as lingering supply shortages, but his greater focus is attuned to the growing validation of his Export Land Model, which calculates the rate at which oil-producing nations cease to become net exporters as their domestic consumption increases. Since it's formulation in 2005, more and more countries have switched from being net-exporters to net-importers, and the data in aggregates is strongly suggestive of a flat-lining in world oil production — the consequences of which are immense.

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  • Blog

    Daily Digest 2/7 – Rethinking The Great Recession, A Modest Proposal, Oil Tankers After The Egyptian Crisis

    by DailyDigest

    Monday, February 7, 2011, 3:43 PM

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    • Rethinking The Great Recession
    • A Modest $500 Billion Proposal
    • The Easy Cuts Are Behind Us
    • Morning Update/Market Thread – Disinformation Edition
    • An Export Land Model Analysis for the USA – Part 3
    • The Globe’s Limitations: How Peak Oil Threatens Economic Growth
    • Tech Talk – Oil Tankers in the wake of the Egyptian Crisis
    • Perth Area Declared Disaster Zone as Bushfires Rage Near City

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  • Blog

    Daily Digest 1/30 – Export Land Model Analysis, China Bank Pledges Vigilance, Egypt Unrest Sparks Canal Concerns

    by DailyDigest

    Sunday, January 30, 2011, 4:00 PM

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    • A Tangled Mess – Why Oil Mixes With Gold
    • Davos: Two Worlds, Ready Or Not
    • An Export Land Model Analysis for the USA-Part2
    • Jim Rickards Podcast: Senior Managing Director for Market Intelligence at Omnis, Inc
    • China Central Bank Pledges Vigilance
    • Saudi Arabian Stocks Tumble Most in Eight Months as Egyptians Defy Curfew
    • Tankers Gain As Egypt Unrest Sparks Concerns About Suez Canal

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    Daily Digest 1/28 – Americans View Global Economy as Negative, Unemployment Benefits, Foreclosure Rates Slow

    by DailyDigest

    Friday, January 28, 2011, 4:00 PM

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    • The Big Squeeze: Predicting the Effects of Savings Extortion and Abuse of the Middle Class
    • The Blind Men & The Elephant—The Totally Bullshit FCIC Commission Report and Dissents
    • Americans Increasingly View Global Economy As A Negative
    • Crisis May Seem Criminal, but Try Making a Case
    • Ahead of the Bell: Unemployment Benefits
    • Foreclosure Rates Slow In Hardest-Hit Areas
    • An Export Land Model Analysis for the USA-Part 1

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