Wednesday, March 16, 2005

More arguments towards oil peak scenario

The analysts who pointed out strange things at Enron before it chrashed is now commenting the coming oil peak.

Since last fall, Herold has done peak estimates on about two dozen oil companies. Herold believes that the French oil company, Total S.A., will reach its peak production in 2007. Herold expects 2008 to be critical, with Exxon Mobil Corp., ConocoPhillips Co., BP, Royal Dutch/Shell Group, and the Italian producer, Eni S.p.A., all hitting their peaks. In 2009, Herold expects ChevronTexaco Corp. to peak. In Herold's view, each of the world's seven largest publicly traded oil companies will begin seeing production declines within the next 48 months or so.

This is another argument in the scenario describing $200/barrel scenario. An oil peak before year 2010 seems more likely for every day.

Read the article: Salon.com News | Running on empty

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