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Energy Crises: Their Imminence, Size, Impact. Sanjay. V. Khare Department of Physics and Astronomy, The University of Toledo, Toledo, OH-43606 http://www.physics.utoledo.edu/~khare/. Four Distinct Crises. Peak Liquid Fuels. Best estimates of future world oil production. Peak Total Energy.

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Energy crises their imminence size impact
Energy Crises: Their Imminence, Size, Impact

Sanjay. V. Khare

Department of Physics and Astronomy,

The University of Toledo, Toledo, OH-43606

http://www.physics.utoledo.edu/~khare/



Peak liquid fuels
Peak Liquid Fuels

Best estimates of future world oil production


Peak total energy
Peak Total Energy

Total Energy Use, 1965 to 2050

(Courtesy: Paul Chefurka)


Net surplus energy nse
Net Surplus Energy (NSE)

TM = Total mass of energy providing material

e.g., oil, coal, gas, wind turbine, PV modules

EPM = Energy produced per unit mass

NSE = TM X EPM (Naive Calculation)

Correct Calculation

EROEI= Energy Returned on Energy Invested =

NSE = TM x EPM x EROEI = TM x EPM x

We are running out of TM and EROEI



Thank You

  • References:

  • www.theoildrum.com

  • www.energybulletin.net

  • www.aspo-usa.org

  • Beyond Oil: The View from Hubbert's Peak; By Kenneth S. Deffeyes

  • Out of Gas: The End of the Age of Oil; By David Goodstein

  • Twilight in the Dessert; by Matthew R. Simmons


Solar Energy of Commercially-Available Thin Film Technologies, a-Si most clearly has no fundamental material limitations


Crystalline PV production Technologies, a-Si most clearly has no fundamental material limitations

rate expected to slow

over next few years due

to silicon shortage.

Thin film PV production

rate expected to continue

to increase.


One aspect of energy quality: a comparison of the energy content per unit mass and per unit volume for various sources.


“Balloon graph” representing quality (y graph) and quantity (x graph) of the United States economy for various fuels at various times. Arrows connect fuels from various times (i.e. domestic oil in 1930, 1970, 2005), and the size of the “balloon” represents part of the uncertainty associated with EROI estimates.(Source: US EIA, Cutler Cleveland and C. Hall’s own EROI work in preparation)


Power Density quantity (x graph) of the United States economy for various fuels at various times. Arrows connect fuels from various times (i.e. domestic oil in 1930, 1970, 2005), and the size of the “balloon” represents part of the uncertainty associated with EROI estimates.

Power densities for fossil and renewable fuels. (Source: Smil, V. 2006. ''21st century energy: Some sobering thoughts.'' OECD Observer 258/59: 22-23.)


Energy Surplus quantity (x graph) of the United States economy for various fuels at various times. Arrows connect fuels from various times (i.e. domestic oil in 1930, 1970, 2005), and the size of the “balloon” represents part of the uncertainty associated with EROI estimates.

The energy return on investment (EROI) for various fuel sources in the U.S. (Source: Cutler Cleveland)


Energy and basic human needs. The international relationship between energy use (kilograms of oil equivalent per capita) and the Human Development Index (2000). (Source: UNDP, 2002, WRI, 2002)





Oil peaked.discoveries in the US peaked- then 40 years later production peaked

The US lower 48 states

Adapted from Collin Campbell, University of Clausthal Conference, Dec 2000


If the world follows the US pattern: peaked.

…theworld would peak soon

Adapted from: Richard C. Duncan and Walter Youngquist


There’s no more spare capacity in the world supply peaked.

Spare capacity = how much extra oil can be produced within 30 days notice and maintained for 90 days

Adapted from “The Oil Age is Over”, Matt Savinar


Spurious peaked.

OPEC

Reserve

Revisions














The life support pie is shrinking: peaked.

The foundation of all agriculture, the soil, is diminishing in all parts of the world

Forests are disappearing

Aquifers are being pumped dry

Fisheries are being decimated

Biodiversity is being extinguished

Rivers are drying up


Fossil Fuel and Agriculture peaked.

  • Farming “is an annual artificial catastrophe, and it requires the equivalent of three or four tons of TNT per acre for a modern American farm. Iowa's fields require the energy of 4,000 Nagasaki bombs every year.” 1

1 Richard Manning; “The Oil We Eat”, Harpers, 2005. Mr. Manning was referring to the

growing of the world’s major grain crops - corn, rice and wheat.


Fertilizer Association of Ireland peaked.

“World population today stands at 5.8 billion and is expected to increase to 8.0 billion by 2020. Cereals are the world's most important stable nutrient source and to meet future demand cereal production will need to double by the year 2020. Production of other foodstuffs will also have to increase significantly.Fertilizer, both organic and inorganic, will have to play a vital role if the food production necessary to support the increased population is to be provided”.


Saudi saying: peaked.

“My father rode a camel.

I drive a car.

My son flies a jet airplane.

His son will ride a camel.”


  • A peaked.quad is a unit of energy equal to 1015 (a quadrillion) BTU,

    or 1.055 × 1018 joules (1.055 exajoules or EJ) in SI units.

  • 1018 = exa- (EJ)


  • American barrel = 158.984 liters = 42 American (US) gallons = 3.78541 cubic decimeters (dm3) = 0.136 tonne (approx)

  • 1 MMSCF of natural gas = 172.3 barrels of crude oil equivalent = 365 x 1,000,000 scf 1 million cu.ft. of natural gas = 18.91 tons liquid = 1598.69 cu.ft.liquid 1 std.cu.feet of natural gas = 1000 BTU = 252 kilocalories 1 m.ton of coal = 4.879 barrels of crude oil equivalent 1 m.ton of lignite = 2.053 barrels of crude oil equivalent 1 ltr of fuel oil 1500 sec = 38.9 cubic feet of natural gas 1 kg of LPG = 47.0 cubic feet of natural gas 1 normal cu.m. per day (Nm3/d) = 37.33 standard cu.ft. per day (SCFD) [flow rate of gas] 1 ton of LNG = 1.14 1.4 x 103 normal cu.m.natural (LNG conversions) gas (Nm3) = 52.3 x 103 standard cubic feet natural gas (SCF) = 55.0 x 109 joules (HHV) 1 ton of LNG = 1.22 tonne crude oil (energy equivalents) = 0.80 tonne heavy fuel oil = 0.91 tonne LPG (commercial composition) = 1.91 tonne coal 1 barrel per day (b/d) = 50 tonnes per year (approx.) 1 barrel of oil equivalent = 1 barrel of crude oil = 5,487 cubic feet of gas **

  • Natural gas is converted to barrels of oil equivalent using a ratio of 5,487 cubic feet of natural gas per one barrel of crude oil. This ratio is based on the actual average equivalent energy content of TOTAL's natural gas reserves.


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