Flaws seen in resource models behind crisis forecasts for oil supply, price

Failed predictions of oil crises go back a century, yet there continues to be a ready market for purveyors of scenarios that predict imminent peaking of global productive capacity and associated shortages and large price increases. Today's pessimists are the intellectual heirs of the late American geophysicist M. King Hubbert.

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