Taking the leadCongratulations for taking the lead in bringing more light and less heat on the issue of future world supply of crude oil.I can't think of any issue that is more important to my children and grandchildren."Hubbert redux" by executive editor, Bob Williams, is a must read (OGJ, July 15, p. 15). I trust your great Journal to air this issue again and again. It must be explained to the industry and the public. Now.Wayne E. SwearingenTulsaHubbert revisited—6The article by Startzman, Barrufet, and Imam, "Multicyclic Hubbert model shows conventional gas output peaking in 2019" (OGJ, Aug. 16, 2004, p. 20) appears to be an interesting déjà vu, and reminds me that ...

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