Peakoil and Hubbert curve (1999 and 2009 version)

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Peakoil and Hubbert curve (1999 and 2009 version)




by Christophe » 18/07/12, 11:04

Here are 2 versions of the Hubbert curve ten years apart, version 1999 and 2009. It gives oil discoveries and production.

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Play the game of 7 errors lol ...

See also, the price of a barrel in constant currency: https://www.econologie.com/forums/prix-du-pe ... 11939.html

ps: crazy, we had no subject on this curve yet
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by Christophe » 18/07/12, 11:06

In another form, by the IEA:

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...and another :

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by moinsdewatt » 18/07/12, 21:08

Christophe wrote:Here are 2 versions of the Hubbert curve ten years apart, version 1999 and 2009. It gives oil discoveries and production.

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?
this one is weird.
The green production curve is unlike anything I've seen elsewhere.
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by Christophe » 18/07/12, 21:11

It is however quite similar to that in red of the 2009 version, right?
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by moinsdewatt » 18/07/12, 21:12

Christophe wrote:In another form, by the IEA:

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the AIE curve is a demand curve.
It is not a "production" curve. It is extrapolation "business as usual".

Will the gap between the two be zero, ie demand = production, or will it be high that demand cannot be satisfied?

Well i think you're gonna be ripe to go on the forum Oleocene. :D
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by boring » 09/05/15, 13:51

Here are 2 versions of the Hubbert curve ten years apart, version 1999 and 2009. It gives oil discoveries and production.
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by Christophe » 09/05/15, 16:58

Hello,

I think you forgot the image in your message ...
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by Noaologue » 12/08/15, 16:37

Interesting these comparisons
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