Dean Fantazzini has provided his latest estimates for Texas Oil and Natural Gas output.
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A Guest Post by George Kaplan Production History and Reserves UK oil production peaked in 1999. The peak was probably pushed out a couple of years because of the major production interruptions following the Piper Alpha disaster. Production declined quickly … Continue reading
A Guest post by: Dr. Minqi Li, Professor Department of Economics, University of Utah E-mail: email@example.com This Annual Report evaluates the future development of world energy supply and its impact on the global economy as well as climate change. The … Continue reading
A number of news media pieces have recently suggested that oil prices may fall due to soaring output in the US. Output from US light tight oil (LTO) may not rise as quickly as some EIA reports may suggest. One … Continue reading
The IEA released highlights for the December Oil Market report in mid December. I have used information from the November report and assumed OPEC crude output will be 32.7 Mb/d and non OPEC output will be 500 kb/d below the … Continue reading