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Net Energy Returns: why ‘peak oil’ is not dead. Mandy Meikle E: [email protected] 8 May 2013. Net Energy Returns. What we’re trying to replace. In 2006, the world produced around 26.9 billion barrels of crude oil and condensate. This is equivalent to 1.06 cubic miles of oil.

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Net energy returns why peak oil is not dead

Net Energy Returns:

why ‘peak oil’ is not dead

Mandy Meikle

E: [email protected]

8 May 2013


Net energy returns why peak oil is not dead

Net Energy Returns


Net energy returns why peak oil is not dead

What we’re trying to replace

In 2006, the world produced around 26.9 billion barrels of crude oil and condensate.

This is equivalent to 1.06 cubic miles of oil.

To replace the energy within 1 CMO would require 50 years production from any one of these options

Illustration: bryan christie design (for the Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers)


Net energy returns why peak oil is not dead

Ignoring the signs


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