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User Review  - KeithAkers - LibraryThing

This may be a bit technical for many people but is a good general introduction. The best part is his chapter 3, I believe, where he describes roughly the mathematics involved in Hubbert's original thesis. If it's too technical, read "The Party's Over" by Heinberg. Read full review

BEYOND OIL: The View from Hubbert's Peak

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

The world is running on empty, warns petroleum geologist Deffeyes (Hubbert's Peak, 2001), and yet Humvees continue to roll down the assembly lines, roads to be built, and economic models to be churned ... Read full review

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User Review  - billsearth - LibraryThing

This is a fair picture of the overall situation. The author does a pretty good job laying out the situation and current efforts to diversify our energy sources. Although this book is not on many ... Read full review

Beyond oil: the view from Hubbert's Peak

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For those who wonder why certain countries insist on developing nuclear power, geologist Deffeyes has a possible answer: "World oil production has ceased growing." In this sobering, instructive and ... Read full review

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"It's about API" (p.100)
My father was an O&G draftsman in Midland who used this statement on us kids at home, always drawing our blank stares. New I finally know!!

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User Review  - carterchristian1 - LibraryThing

Given the BP spill this is now a "must have" book. Read full review

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