The Future of Oil as a Source of Energy
Routledge, Dec 6, 2012 - Political Science - 296 pages
What is the future of oil as a primary source of energy? Is the world moving inexorably towards the end of the oil era? This book provides a comprehensive analysis of the future of oil by assessing the present realities and prospects of the oil sector, tracing the growth of alternative and renewable energy sources and examining the impact of environmental concerns. The volume also focuses on aspects of energy quality in the ongoing energy transition, highlights new technological developments in the oil industry and suggests ways to ensure price stability in the oil market.
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