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Old 10-28-2007, 09:35 AM   #1
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amazing peak oil poster

The $90 a barrel crude inspired me to watch a few documentaries on youtube. Well, In my search I stumbled across this poster the net.

huge picture waring
http://www.oilposter.org/posterlarge.html

You really can't read the print on the monitor because it is so small, but it breaks down the amount of oil being produced my each country each year.

Order Yours Today for $12.50!!!! (I am just being silly)
http://www.oilposter.org/index.html
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Old 10-28-2007, 09:51 AM   #2
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If you guys havn't noticed crude is way up $93 a barrel or something. The only reason gas proces havent shot up is because the fall has lower demand (still prices are up form $2.20 a gallon this time last year to $2.85 a gallon now) Look at the 6month trend.

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We could have a site group order and make someone in charge of sending them out, But that might end up being troublesome either way.
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wow, its crazy looking at the prices of crude oil shoot up like that. why for some reason the crude oil hasnt been on trend with the prices of gas? in past years, crude oil had a similar trend- crude goes up, gas goes up. Not here?

:nvm maybe yes, it is the fall
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Demand has fallen equally with the rise of crude prices (roughly).

BUT demand hits its low and flattens out. Meanwhile, prices continue to rise. As you can see on the graph, it looks around $88/barrel at current demand is causing the prices to go up. So from now on, one can expect pump prices to rise above $88, and to drop below 88$.

That is until demand starts going back up.

And if we are still at ~$90/barrel come spring, you can bet $4/gal gas will sure follow.

So don't get lazy this winter and put off the hypermiling, cuz your gonna need the pratice for summer!

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If you guys havn't noticed crude is way up $93 a barrel or something. The only reason gas proces havent shot up is because the fall has lower demand (still prices are up form $2.20 a gallon this time last year to $2.85 a gallon now) Look at the 6month trend.

I wonder what those trends versus fuel prices in Canada, UK, Australia, etc. look like.... That is, are our prices out of sync compared to other countries?
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