World Oil Reserves in 2004
Why can’t we quit fossil fuels?
Duncan Clark, The Guardian
We have far more oil, coal and gas than we can safely burn. For all the millions of words written about climate change, the challenge really comes down to this: fuel is enormously useful, massively valuable and hugely…
Total crude oil produced by the majors was 10.760 million barrels per day (MB/D) in 2004. In 2012, it reached only 7.981 MB/D. It has decreased by 2.779 MB/D in 8 years (-1/4), as I have been able to calculate from figures that appear in the twelve latest annual reports of those five…
Crude Oil Imports in Barrels/Day
Yang and Cui (2012) have written a carefully researched Paper detailing the funding and increased use of coal likely over the next decade. They show that growing demand for and use of coal seems assured by availability of funding, much of it on concessional terms, to build 1,199 new coal…
Pollution of the sea by oil layer thickness of 1 m
In light of the recent pipeline burst in Arkansas. Here is the map of oil pipelines in the US (the green line broke in AR)
Poster I made for divestment.
The Contentious Maritime Borders in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea and the Locations of Gas Fields
Aphrodite gas field might save Cyprus one day.
But not to day. Only the ECB is willing to save them from disaster.