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Oil Production. You Should Know. Be able to identify on a map countries with the highest levels of oil production. Be able to relate the pattern of consumption to production and changes over time. Addicted to Oil. Oils impact on the landscape. How is Oil Made?. Peak Oil. What is it?

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    1. Oil Production

    2. You Should Know • Be able to identify on a map countries with the highest levels of oil production. Be able to relate the pattern of consumption to production and changes over time.

    3. Addicted to Oil

    4. Oils impact on the landscape

    5. How is Oil Made?

    6. Peak Oil • What is it? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gHKp5vF_VoE • Have we reached it? http://live.wsj.com/video/has-peak-oil-actually-peaked/7C5457E3-0DE1-43C6-B387-AA723CD0F42D.html#!7C5457E3-0DE1-43C6-B387-AA723CD0F42D

    7. 2011 statistics • Oil produced: 83576 thousand barrels a day • Oil Consumed: 88034 thousand barrels a day • Figure 4.18 in textbook page 157 BP Statistical Review of World Energy, June 2012, bp.com/statisticalreview

    8. Tar Sands Shale Oil http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/interactive/2011/apr/26/shale-gas-hydraulic-fracking-graphic • http://youtu.be/eo302D9SqRo

    9. IEA Top 10 Oil producers in 2011 63% of the total world production • 1- Saudi Arabia (12.9%) • 2-Russia (12.7%) • 3- USA (8.6%) • 4-Iran (5.4%) • 5-China (5.1%) • 6-Canada (4.2%) • 7- UAE (3.7%) • 8-Venezuela (3.7%) • 9-Mexico (3.6%) • 10- Nigeria (3.5%)

    10. BP Statistical Review of World Energy, June 2012, bp.com/statisticalreview

    11. Trends in Oil production and consumption • Trends in oil production and consumption are not uniform in all parts of the world • There is a difference in where it is produced and where it is consumed. • Look at table 4.4 in textbook (pg 158) • The uneven distribution is contributed to todays wide gap in affluence. • Top producers: Middle East, North America, Russia • Top consumers: USA, China, Japan, India, Russia, Brazil • See next slide

    12. BP Statistical Review of World Energy, June 2012, bp.com/statisticalreview

    13. BP Statistical Review of World Energy, June 2012, bp.com/statisticalreview

    14. BP Statistical Review of World Energy, June 2012, bp.com/statisticalreview

    15. BP Statistical Review of World Energy, June 2012, bp.com/statisticalreview

    16. Pattern of oil movement • Countries that can meet the needs of the people with the oil produced and still have amounts left are exporting oil to make money. Example: Kuwait, UAE • The areas that are exporting are those we saw in the top 10 producers list- exporting oil to countries who have poor production and reserves but consume large amounts of oil. • Table 4.5 in textbook (page 159)

    17. Barrels & Bombs • Aim. Note taking exercise on the GeoPolitics surrounding global oil production – A USA Perspective. • http://www.iags.org/energysecurity.html • Page 1 - Energy Security - What is the dilemma that the USA face? What do they feel it is in their national interest to do? • Page 2 - Fueling Terror – What tensions exist between Saudi Arabia and the USA? Outline the problems. What role do Al-Qaeda play? • Page 3 - Threats to Oil Transport – Do a ‘find’ search on the page for “al-” How many times is Al-Qaeda mentioned? Outline the USA’s issues with transport and Al-Qaeda. What are the main threats and where? • Page 4 - The Geopolitics of Oil – Read and summarize. What are the issues relating to this article? Can it be trusted as completely accurate?

    18. Homework • To what extent were BP responsible for the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico? • Were the cleanup efforts successful and what were the environmental concerns in the area? (15) • Maps, photos and written description using more than just one source.