Long-term energy changesOGJ's excellent series of articles and editorial on depletion have made possible a discussion of this previously taboo topic in a sane, rational, and intellectually rigorous manner. The staff at OGJ has done an enormous service to this country and the world with their policy.The soundness of your approach is confirmed in your Jan. 3, 2005, p. 26 article "ExxonMobil president sees long-term energy changes." The article discusses the ExxonMobil report "The Outlook for Energy: A 2030 View" released in December 2004.The report states: "Non-OPEC production is expected to peak in the next 10 years or soU," and illustrates this with a plot of production that shows...

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