Peak oil: External Links 2005
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The following are External Links for 2005 which are related to the main article peak oil.
- James Howard Kunstler, Remarks in Hudson, NY, kunstler.com, January 8, 2005.
- Michael C. Ruppert, "The Beginning of the Oil End Game, featuring original FTW maps. Major Powers Jockey for Position and Risk All-Out War Before the 2007-8 Oil Cliff. Maps Reveal Rapid Global Realignment/Competition," From the Wilderness, January 25, 2005.
- Bill Henderson, "Peak Oil: Time to Get Serious," Aljazeera, February 14, 2005.
- Adam Porter, "Expert: Saudi oil may have peaked," Aljazeera, February 20, 2005.
- Jacob Lund Fisker, comp., "One Depletion: One of the most important problems of the world." Comprehensive topic coverage as well as lengthy list to articles. Last updated February 24, 2005.
- Hembree Brandon, Column: Record oil company profits not bringing new capacity, Delta Farm Express, Feb 28, 2005
- Michael Hodges and Jean H. Laherrère, "Grandfather Economic Energy Report: Energy trends: consumption, production, imports, reserves," mwhodges website, updated March 2005.
- Adam Porter, "US report acknowledges peak-oil threat," Aljazeera, March 9, 2005.
- Michael C. Ruppert, "GlobalCorp. The Fire is No Longer on Its Way, It Has Begun," From the Wilderness, March 10, 2005.
- Robert Bryce, "Running on empty. The leading energy analysts who foretold Enron's demise have an alarming new claim: The world's major oil companies are almost tapped out," Salon, March 15, 2005.
- Jamais Cascio, "A View From The Peak," Tom Paine.Common Sense, March 21, 2005.
- James Howard Kunstler, "The Long Emergency. What's going to happen as we start running out of cheap gas to guzzle?," Rolling Stone, March 24, 2005.
- Adam Porter, "IEA wants brakes on fuel consumption," Aljazeera, March 24, 2005.
- Marvin Gregory, "Peak oil puts us in a different reality," Seattle PI, March 28, 2005.
- Alexandra Marks and Robert Tuttle, "Oil prices spread to grapes, TVs, pizza," Christian Science Monitor, March 29, 2005.
- Jon D. Markman, Oil tankers: Short on supply, long on profits, MSN Money Central, March 30, 2005
- "Peak Oil - Peak Economy," Community Solution, April 2005.
- Adam Porter, "Superspike report raises questions," Aljazeera, April 2, 2005. The report "pits gas-guzzling American consumers against the geopolitical turmoil of oil-exporting nations."
- "Republican Roscoe Bartlett warns of Peak Oil," IndyBay.org, April 2, 2005: "Conservative Congressman Roscoe Bartlett, Chairman of the Projection Forces Subcommittee of the Armed Services Committee, gave an hour long presentation on Peak Oil to the US Congress on Monday. This is the full transcript."
- Stan Cox, "Goodbye To All That Oil," AlterNet, April 4, 2005: "The peak oil idea – which says that world oil production will go into irreversible decline sometime in the next decade or two – is quickly morphing into conventional wisdom."
- Amy Goodman, Interview: Michael Klare & Jim Paul, Democracy Now!, April 6, 2005.
- David Lazarus, "ChevronTexaco's CEO banking on peak oil situation," SFGate, April 8, 2005.
- Kurt Cobb, "Peak Oil 'To Do' List: Why We Should Do These Things Anyway," Resource Insights blogspot, April 9, 2005.
- Julian Darley, Interview: Chris Skrebowski, Editor of Petroleum Review (UK): "Heading for the Peak" (audio), GlobalPublicMedia, April 11, 2005.
- Adam Porter, "Bank says Saudi's top field in decline," Aljazeera, April 12, 2005: "Speculation over the actual size of Saudi Arabia's oil reserves is reaching fever pitch as a major bank says the kingdom's - and the world's - biggest field, Gharwar, is in irreversible decline."
- Paula Routly, "Global Warning," Seven Days, April 13, 2005: Interview with James Howard Kunstler.
- "Is the Russian Oil Boom Over?" (audio), GlobalPublicMedia, April 13, 2005: "Robert Ebel of CSIS, Washington, talks to Global Public Media's Julian Darley about the difficulties that Russian oil and gas production now faces. He also comments on US energy policy and the new Oilfields Megaprojects Report."
- John Vidal, "The end of oil is closer than you think. Oil production could peak next year, ... Just kiss your lifestyle goodbye," Guardian Unlimited/UK, April 21, 2005.
- Oligopoly Watch "Where those oil profits go", April 26, 2005
- Valerie Darroch, "Out to shock the world over Saudi reserves," Sunday Herald, May 1, 2005: "George Bush’s energy adviser Matt Simmons claims the global economy has misjudged oil supply."
- Chuck Dupree, "The First Half of the Oil Age Now Closes," Bad Attitudes, May 3, 2005.
- Pat Murphy, "Ecomagination - you heard it here first," Energy Bulletin, May 10, 2005.
- William Bowles, "(S)Peaking of oil… again. ‘Peak oil’ – Newsspeak for ‘too many poor people’," williambowles.com, May 12, 2005.
- Jamie Court, "EXTRACTING TOP DOLLAR" consumerwatchdog.org May 15, 2005
- Peter Willis, "Prepare for the Late, Late Oil Age," allAfrica.com, May 19, 2005.
- "UK ‘Peak Oil’ campaign website passes landmark," PR LEAP, May 21, 2005.
- Kevin Drum, "Peak Oil" Part I (May 26, 2005); "Peak Oil" Part II (May 29, 2005); and "Peak Oil" Part III (May 31, 2005), Washington Monthly.
- Marcus Karr, Opinion: "Oil production to hit peak soon," Modesto Bee, May 27, 2005.
- "Are we there yet? Some see the beginning of the end of the road for oil," AP, May 27, 2005.
- Timothy Gardner, "Saudi geologists' papers spell lower output," Reuters, May 28, 2005: Matthew R. Simmons, "an investment banker specializing in energy for 30 years, tapped more than 230 technical papers published by international research group the Society of Petroleum Engineers, many of them written by current Saudi Arabian nationals, for his book, Twilight in the Desert, to be published in June. ... He concludes that production by state-owned Saudi Aramco, which as a company produces more than any other country, is at or near a peak. When the problem is joined by falling production in North America and the North Sea, oil could spike to $100 a barrel in the next three years, he said."
- Alex Rose, "Is world’s gas gauge on empty?" The Daily Times, May 29, 2005: "First of a three-part series: Those complaining of exorbitant prices at gas pumps might never get relief, according to a new book hitting the shelves this month by James Howard Kunstler. Worse yet, those pumps may soon become grim relics of humanity’s 'golden age,' empty husks in a world devoid of oil and all it drives."
- Dean Calbreath, "You Call This Tough? Think '70s. With OPEC embargo, rationing, long lines were order of the day," San Diego Union-Tribune, May 29, 2005.
- Craig D. Rose and Dean Calbreath, "Difficult choices await a nation – and world – stuck on oil," San Diego Union-Tribune, May 29, 2005.
- "End of road for oil joyride looms as production peaks," The Standard, May 30, 2005.
- Alfred J. Cavallo, "Oil: Caveat empty," Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, May/June 2005.
- Steve Verdon, "Peak Energy: A Reply to Kevin Drum, Part 1 (June 4, 2005); Part 2 (June 7, 2005); and Part 3 (June 12, 2005), Outside the Beltway. See May 2005 links for Kevin Drum articles.
- John W. Schoen, Oil industry awash in record levels of cash - But a smaller portion of profits is going to find new oil discoveries, MSNBC, July 21, 2005
- Steve Quinn, AP, Bigger profits for Big Oil, Sun Herald, July 29, 2005
- Steven Mufson, As gas prices rise, so do Big Oil’s profits, Fort Wayne Journal Gazette, August 11, 2005
- William F. Buckley Jr, Looking Ahead — Oil, National Review Online, August 12, 2005
- Ian Frasier, Financial Editor, The black art of oil pricing, The Sunday Herald, August 14, 2005
- Jamie Court, Oil Companies' Profiteering To Blame for Gas Price Spike, Foundation for Taxpayer and Consumer Rights August 15, 2005
- Keith Bradsher, The New York Times, "Are fuel shortages in China man-made?, International Herald Tribune, August 18, 2005
- Duncan Campbell, Chávez taunts US with oil offer, The Guardian, August 25, 2005
- Tamara Tragakiss, Interview with Raymond J. Learsy, The Truth About Soaring Oil Prices, Litchfield County Times, August 25, 2005
- James McCullough and Mandi Zonneveldt, Forbes warns of oil bubble, Herald Sun, August 31, 2005
- Ian Howarth, Will oil run out? The experts are divided, Australian Financial Review, Sep. 3, 2005.
- Horace Helps, Protests paralyze Jamaica amid Caribbean oil summit, Reuters, September 6, 2005