Tag Archives: OECD

The Peak in OECD Emissions is Starting to Look More Secure

There’s a pattern of energy usage, wind and solar deployment, and economic growth that’s started to show up more consistently across domains in the OECD. Essentially, over the past decade, a long period of fossil fuel based economic growth has increasingly converted to fossil fuel demand stagnation. Wherever new?growth?has been able to gain traction–whether in […]

Oil Control: April Issue of TerraJoule.us

Each issue of TerraJoule.us contains:?a?Main Essay, the?Model Portfolio, the?Data Brief, and a link to a?Downloadable Podcast. Gregor Macdonald, Editor. Readers may purchase each issue individually, through Ganxy.com:?Purchase. Or, readers may also take a 12 month subscription through Gumroad.com:?TerraJoule.us Monthly eBook ?Annual Subscription. Podcast:?This month’s podcast is free. Listen here at SoundCloud. Model Portfolio: The?TerraJoule.us?model portfolio […]

Road Map to the Next Repricing of Oil: September Issue of TerraJoule.us

Each issue of TerraJoule.us contains:?a Main Essay, a Model Portfolio, a Data Brief, and a link to a?Downloadable Podcast. Gregor Macdonald, Editor. Readers may purchase each issue individually, through Ganxy.com: Purchase. Or, readers may also take a 12 month subscription through Gumroad.com: Annual Subscription. This month’s publication,?Road Map to the Next Repricing of Oil, ?explains […]

The Repricing of Oil

Dear Readers: I’m currently writing a long-form post twice a month now for Chris Martenson’s excellent website, Peak Prosperity.com. Accordingly, I’ll be publishing the first (and free) part of these essays here at คาสิโนออนไลน์ ฟรีเงิน2019 www.anastasiaartdesign.com. Enjoy. — Gregor Now that oil’s price revolution – a process that took ten years to complete – is self-evident, it […]

The Demise of the Car

Dear Readers: I’m currently writing a long-form post twice a month now for Chris Martenson’s excellent website, Peak Prosperity.com. Accordingly, I’ll be publishing the first (and free) part of these essays here at คาสิโนออนไลน์ ฟรีเงิน2019 www.anastasiaartdesign.com. Enjoy. — Gregor India’s recent series of power blackouts, in which 600 million people lost electricity for several days, reminds us […]

OECD Gives Up the Oil, to the Developing World

Now that global oil supply is a zero-sum game, in order for the five billion people in the Non-OECD to consume more oil they need a donation from us, here in the OECD. And as you can see, we are “happily” (recession, unemployment, lack of growth) giving up these energy sources as best we can. […]

The End of Growth in the United States

With one month to go in the data series, US Total Non-Farm Payrolls have averaged 131.08 million in 2011. The problem is that the US is a Very Large System, and needs growth to support its array of future obligations, primarily Social Security and the debt it incurs to run its military budget, and other […]

Days of Our Supply

Brent oil price have remained stubbornly above $100 a barrel in 2011. Part of the reason why has been the decline in days supply of OECD Total Oil Stocks. Following the financial crisis of 2008, total oil inventories in the OECD climbed steadily, rising above 60 days supply. However, after the low in oil prices […]

Failure to Grow: Global Oil Supply

Using the latest data through June, from EIA Washington, global production of crude oil is currently averaging 73.856 mbpd in 2011. The loss of Libyan production has been offset this year by increased production from Saudi Arabia. (It remains unclear how sustainable Saudi production can be, currently at 9.840 mbpd. Saudi production has been highly […]

China’s Diesel Smile

Did OECD leadership, under severe pressure from a financial crisis in Europe and a newly weakening economy in the US, release government oil inventories in part to please China? Was the IEA’s release of oil reserves a swap for the loosening of China’s capital reserves? (see: Wen Says China Is a Long-Term Investor in European […]