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Links 1 through 10 of 49 by rzkl kng tagged oil

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Now you can be the protagonist of the petroleum era: explore and drill around the world, corrupt politicians, stop alternative energies and increase the oil addiction. Be sure to have fun before the resources begin to deplete.

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The U.S. Geological Survey Central Energy Resources Team has developed an internet map application as a visual analysis tool and to deliver data to the public. Oil and gas exploration and production data can be viewed and (or) downloaded from the interactive map web site.

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If you are wondering what the Ossetia-Georgia-Russia thing is about, oil is a part of it...

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Since 2003, worldwide oil prices have quadrupled. According to a new study, the price of oil is rising at a faster-than-exponential rate, and cannot be sustained. In other words, we're in the midst of an oil bubble[.]

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"[A first step] would be to peg to a basket of currencies that included the euro and the yen. A bolder step would be to include the price of oil in that basket, so that currencies would appreciate when oil is strong, and depreciate when it is weak."

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We dodged a recession[...] despite a dramatic housing downturn. [The US economy could possibly] continue to grow through the kind of effects we saw from the oil price spike of 1990.]But what if we have to deal with both sets of problems at the same time?

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[The IEA] is in the middle of its first attempt to comprehensively assess the condition of the world's top 400 oil fields. I[The] bottom line is already clear: Future crude supplies could be far tighter than previously thought.

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