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I also told him to forget about “peak oil” and go back to his pioneering work on ground-water flow. After that lunch, he never spoke to me again. He was a very austere gentleman, with no sense of humor. In 1972, soon after our lunch, the world price of oil jumped to $12 a barrel. › Archives Home →

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Fracking and other breakthroughs added to world supplies. That's not necessarily a good thing.
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What is Peak Oil? » Peak Oil Barrel

Peak oil is the point in time when the maximum rate of crude oil extraction is reached, after which the rate of extraction is expected to begin to decline… forever.

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Ku is a medium oil at API 22°, while Maloob and Zaap produce heavy oil at API 12°. The two types of oil are processed separately so it’s not clear that decline in Ku can be fully replaced by the heavier oil fields, which I think also require more nitrogen for voidage replacement.

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if you are talking about “Conventional Crude Oil” it arrived in 2005. But when will Conventional + Unconventional oil peak? My opinion is: There is a 10% chance ...

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13/02/2012 · Oil price forecast to hit 150 US$ a barrel in 2012. World Oil Production will decrease by 2% per year for the next 20 years. Are you ready for the ...

Peak Oil Barrel » The Reported Death of Peak Oil

Current oil reserves are 3.569 Gb, which is 15% of the estimated original reserve (aka ultimate recovery). BOEM give the reserves as 2P (i.e. proven and probable) but they look very conservative and are actually lower than the EIA numbers, shown below, given for proven only and based on the operators own numbers, although the two are converging.

Peak oil - Wikipedia

Peak oil theory is based on the observed rise, peak, fall, and depletion of aggregate production rate in oil fields over time. It is often confused with oil depletion; however, whereas depletion refers to a period of falling reserves and supply, peak oil refers to peak, before terminal depletion occurs.