Energy choices 2001

On May 19, 1986, Oil & Gas Journal published an address given at the 1986 annual meeting of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Pacific Section, entitled, "The Looming Energy Crisis."The thesis of the paper was that, unless the US recognized an approaching crisis in energy with aggressive and constructive planning, a shortfall in energy supplies in the country would surely occur at the end of the 20th century.The 21st century is now with us, and we are confronted by the very conditions in energy that were clearly predictable 15 years ago.For most of the 20th century, oil, its products, and natural gas have dominated the energy market because of their plentiful availability a...

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