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2004: $1,950,000
2005: $16,734,000
2006: $17,000,000
Cash on hand: $13,000,000



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Bulldog Resources Inc. is a Calgary based emerging oil and gas company which commenced operations in December 2005 as a result of the Plan of Arrangement between Bulldog Energy Inc. and Crescent Point Energy Trust. Bulldog will pursue an aggressive growth strategy utilizing a balanced approach of exploration & development drilling, strategic property and corporate acquisitions in focused areas.

Bulldog Resources common shares are listed for trading on the TSX Exchange under the symbol BD. Bulldog Resources common shares began trading on December 5, 2005. After closing the common share private placement on April 4, 2006, Bulldog has 24,959,202 common shares outstanding.


The business of Bulldog Resources is to create sustainable and profitable per share growth in the oil and natural gas industry in Western Canada. The company will also consider international projects should attractive, accessible opportunities be identified. Bulldog Resources will pursue an integrated growth strategy involving growth through the "drill bit" complemented with strategic acquisitions. The Company's undeveloped land inventory will be derived from a combination of land acquisitions, farmins and joint venture participation agreements. Acquisitions will complement its active drilling programs where exploitation, development drilling and exploratory drilling opportunities exist. Bulldog Resources will initially focus on pursuing medium depth (1,000 to 1,500 m) light oil reservoirs in Southeast Saskatchewan where this management team has demonstrated excellent success.

Bulldog Resources business strategy is summarized as follows:

identify and access undeveloped land that has the potential for light/ medium gravity oil or natural gas prospects;

create internally generated geological and geophysical oil and natural gas prospects;

develop a drilling portfolio of low to medium risk opportunities;
operate prospects, when possible, to increase control over both the timing of operations and amount of expenditures;

where involved in non operated prospects develop a strong relationship with the operating company;

focus on projects with short term "on stream" development characteristics to create immediate cash flow and shareholder returns

This strategy involves acquiring properties, consolidating ownership by acquiring additional interests in its properties, and developing its properties through well and facility optimization, completions and development drilling. Once established in an area, Bulldog Resources pursues additional development and exploratory drilling in the surrounding area.

Bulldog Resources management and directors have significant industry experience in producing areas throughout Western Canada and internationally. We have the capability to expand the scope of the Company's activities as opportunities arise. A key element of Bulldog Resources ultimate success is its continued ability to select opportunities that will promote value creation within the Company.

In reviewing potential property acquisitions, the Company considers the following criteria:

the ability of the Company to enhance the value of a property through additional development and exploratory drilling, completion and tie in of capped wells, additional exploitation efforts, including improved production practices, and improved marketing arrangements;

the quality of production and reserves, in terms of product type, production rates, stability of production, reserve life index and operating cost;

the compatibility of a property with management's organizational skills and capabilities and the Company's existing portfolio;
the availability of existing infrastructure and the ability to expand that infrastructure for increasing production;

the potential for multi zone hydrocarbon opportunity;

the degree of control gained over operations and development, and the potential for the Company to become the operator; and
the ability to efficiently bring a property's production to market in the near term.

The board of directors of the Company may, in its discretion, approve asset or corporate acquisitions or investments that do not conform to these guidelines based upon the board's consideration of the qualitative aspects of the subject properties including risk profile, technical upside, reserve life and asset quality.


Ken McKay, P.Geol.
President & Chief Executive Officer, Director

Bulldog Resources is led by Ken McKay, a professional geologist with 24 years experience in exploration, exploitation, property evaluations and corporate finance in western Canada and internationally. Bulldog Resources is Mr. McKay's third start up of a junior oil and gas company.

In 2001, Ken co-founded Bulldog Energy Inc. as President and Chief Executive Officer. Bulldog Energy Inc. was a public company trading on the TSX Exchange. Bulldog Energy completed a $4.2 million initial public offering in December 2001 and commenced operations in January, 2002 with 13 Bbls/day of oil production. Bulldog Energy's management team and experienced board of directors successfully grew the Company to a production base of over 2,100 BOE per day. On October 3, 2005, the date of announcement of the transaction, the value of the operations sold to Crescent Point Energy Trust was $118 million.

Mr. McKay arranged and executed five financings raising approximately $31 million into Bulldog Energy. He was directly involved on all project, capital allocation, strategic and corporate decisions.

In 1995, Mr. McKay founded private Big Sky Resources Inc. ("Big Sky") with equity of approximately $350,000. Under Ken's leadership and direction as President and Chief Executive Officer, Big Sky assembled the team, projects and capital which grew company production to approximately 1,000 BOE/D (10:1) prior to its sale to Vermilion Resources Ltd. in August, 2000 for approximately $33,000,000 in cash, Vermilion shares and assumed debt.

From March 1994 until January 1995, Ken was an independent geological consultant. From 1992 until 1994, he was employed by Shell International Petroleum in the Hague, Netherlands as production geologist and team leader responsible for an integrated petroleum engineering study on Nembe Creek Field, Nigeria.

From 1982 until 1992, Ken held geological positions focusing on exploration and exploitation in western Canada at PanCanadian Petroleum Ltd., Bow Valley Industries Ltd., and Paloma Petroleum Ltd.

Ken graduated in 1982 with a Bachelor of Science in Geology from the University of Calgary.

Bruce McKay, C.E.T.
Vice President Production & Chief Operating Officer, Director

Bruce McKay brings 30 years of engineering, operations and corporate experience to Bulldog Resources.

Bruce was previously the Vice President Production & Chief Operating Officer, Director and Co-Founder of Bulldog Energy Inc. from incorporation in July 2001 to its successful sale to Crescent Point Energy Trust in November 2005.

He was integral in growing Bulldog Energy to over 2100 BOE/D. Bruce was responsible for all the engineering and operations functions of Bulldog Energy and was instrumental in corporate acquisitions, property acquisitions and corporate strategies. Bulldog Energy focused its operations in Southeast Saskatchewan where it exploited existing oil pools and discovered and developed many new light oil pools. Bruce's efforts and abilities allowed Bulldog Energy to drill and operate all of its major projects with below average costs.

From March 1990 to March 2001, Bruce worked for Fletcher Challenge Energy Inc. ("Fletcher Challenge") in Calgary. As the General Manager, Drilling and Field Services, he was responsible for all the company's drilling & completion, construction, facility engineering & pipeline functions. He was instrumental in helping grow the company from an initial 3000 BOE/D to 40,000 BOE/D. He also participated in corporate initiatives in New Zealand and Venezuela. Fletcher Challenge was sold to Apache Canada Ltd. in March 2001.

From 1972 to 1990, Bruce held various senior engineering and operations positions with Dome Petroleum Ltd., Newscope Resources Ltd. and Esso Resources Canada Ltd.

Michael Flanagan, P.Land
Executive Vice President, Land

Mike Flanagan is a professional landman who brings 24 years of diversified land and contract experience in the oil and gas industry to Bulldog Resources.

Mike was previously the Vice President Land and Co-Founder of Bulldog Energy Inc. from October 2001 to its successful sale to Crescent Point Energy Trust in November 2005. He was integral in growing Bulldog Energy to over 2,100 BOE/D. Mike was responsible for all land and contract functions of Bulldog Energy and was instrumental in corporate acquisitions, property acquisitions and corporate strategies. Mike's efforts allowed Bulldog Energy to capture a focused and prospective land base for our drilling programs.

From December 1997 to April 2000, Mike served as Vice President Land at CrownJoule Exploration Ltd. ("CrownJoule") a TSX listed startup company During Mikes tenure at Crownjoule production more than doubled from 500 BOE/D to over 1,200 BOE/D (10:1). CrownJoule was acquired by BelAir Energy Corporation in May 2000.

From 1994 to 1997, Mike held the position of Land Manager at Canor Energy Ltd. ("Canor"). This private company, funded almost entirely on cash flow, doubled its reserve base through the drill bit. Through Mike's efforts, Canor was actively involved in the start-up of a private sidecar company whose assets grew to $25 million in its first year of operations.

Prior to Canor, Mike held the positions of District Landman (1988 to 1990) and Land Manager (1990 to 1994) at Canada Northwest Energy. Mike started his career at Husky Oil Operations Limited in 1982, where he served as a Surface Landman, Contract Landman and Negotiating Landman.

Mike received his Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Calgary in 1981 and is a professional member of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Landmen.

Rob Kraft, C.A.
Chief Financial Officer

Rob Kraft joined Bulldog Resources in December 2005 and is a Chartered Accountant with 21 years of financial management experience in both public and private oil and gas companies. Rob's background and experience covers all aspects of the financial management and administration of public oil and gas entities including financial reporting, treasury, taxation, capital markets, risk management, investor relations, acquisitions and divestitures and corporate financings.

Previous to Bulldog Resources Rob consulted with Kaiser Energy Ltd. ("Kaiser"), a private oil and gas company, assisting Kaiser's corporate sale process resulting in the successful sale of the Company to Petrofund Energy Trust in December 2005. Previous to Kaiser, Rob was the Chief Financial Officer of Flowing Energy Corporation ("Flowing") from June 2004 to April 2005. Flowing was a public junior oil and gas Company with a production base of 3,200 BOE per day. Flowing was purchased by Daylight Energy Trust in April 2005. For the three years prior to Flowing, Rob was the Chief Financial Officer of Taurus Exploration Ltd. ("Taurus"), a private oil and gas company with a production base of 7,300 BOE per day. During the period 1984 to 2000 Rob held various senior financial positions with Bonanza Resources Ltd, Poco Petroleums Ltd., Paragon Petroleum Corporation and Northrock Resources Limited.

Rob articled with Coopers and Lybrand, Chartered Accountants where he qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1982.

>Good post.  In order for China to expand so massively, it had to first comb the world for secured natural resources.  It has don just that on all continents; even if prices rise, China will pay the price, so long as they are first in line.  Afterall they have a ton of American dollars sold for the junk that Americans has bought and continue to buy on credit.

I early await for the end of the Olympics.  I have been saying that China will play Mr. Nice Guy, but after the Olympics, there is a new sheriff in town; the former sheriff is too busy reading People Magazine, Star, el al.



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The title of this board, Peak Oil - Epochal Event of Our Lives, purposely includes the word epochal, meaning without parallel.

Why will Peak Oil be without parallel?

Look at past events in the Middle East, which interrupted the supply of oil throughout the world and especially in the United States. These disruptions were geopolitical events and were ultimately resolved with diplomacy.

Peak Oil, on the other hand, will be a geological event, something that mankind has never faced before and certainly cannot control. It will inevitably occur when mankind has consumed half of nature's oil, which is a finite resource.

Illustrated below is Hubbert's Curve, which shows the growth, peak, and decline of worldwide individual and regional wells. This sequence will occur while world population dramatically increases and as Asia, in particular, accelerates its industrialization.

Regional Vs Individual Wells

Peak Oil will adversely affect many aspects of our lives. For example, over the last 100 years, gas powered engines have contributed to the discovery and expansion of the automobile and airplane industries. Recently the population of the United States reached 300 million and vehicles now total 225 million. Future population growth, with a corresponding increase in vehicles, will further deplete oil supplies.

Agriculture has changed from numerous labor and animal-intensive family farms to a machine-intensive industry controlled by corporations. Further, much of the increased productivity of farm soil emanates from petroleum-based fertilizers.

Farming and transportation are just two segments of society that must adjust to prospective oil declines. The critical question is how will our entire society adjust to a worldwide oil scarcity.

M. King Hubbert, a Shell geologist, predicted in 1956 that oil production in the United States would peak in 1970. In hindsight, it did. He also predicted worldwide oil reserves and oil production would peak between 2004 - 2010.

Mr. Hubbert's warning was given, yet it has been largely ignored. Oil discoveries and plentiful oil reserves in Alaska and the North Sea made many people complacent. In addition, new technologies were developed, so that oil was sucked up from the earth as if by giant straws. Although oil was abundant in the 1980's and 1990's, reserves in this century are in demonstrable decline.

China, in particular, recognizes the potential shortage of oil. It canvasses the world making oil deals to secure its energy future. It is also currently building 30 nuclear reactors and 7 hydroelectric dams to supplement its energy needs.

Sadly, the United States lingers behind. Its attitude seems to be that oil will always be abundant, probably because it has been in the past. Even with the dramatic crude oil price increases of the past three years, there still is a reluctance to confront this potential problem.


One purpose of this board is to provide I-Hub members with a repository of Peak Oil articles. Hopefully these will stimulate interest in the topic and I invite readers to post their thoughts.

Another important purpose of this board is to help people in preparing for or coping with the Peak Oil event. To this end, various links by category have been supplied below.

Good luck!







GETTING READY FOR PEAK OIL & SUSTAINABLE LIVING :  A companion #board-9881 titled "PEAK OIL - SUSTAINABLE LIVING" was spun off from this board to provide an archive of postings and sources of information which will aid the community to adopt and survive in a world of declining energy resources. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

PEAK OIL READING LIST FROM JIM PUPLAVA http://www.financialsense.com/resources/peakoil.html ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


Peak Oil Clock http://sydneypeakoil.com/peak_oil_clock/

Peak Oil News & Message Boards http://www.peakoil.com/

The Oil Drum http://www.theoildrum.com/

Energy Bulletin: Peak Oil Primer and Links http://www.energybulletin.net/primer.php

ASPO-USA http://www.aspo-usa.com/index.php?option=com_frontpage&Itemid=35

Association for the Study of Peak Oil&Gas http://www.peakoil.net

Dry Dipstick http://www.drydipstick.com

Beyond Oil, The View from Hubbert's Peak by Kenneth S. Deffeyes http://www.princeton.edu/hubbert/index.html

Simmons & Company International http://www.simmonsco-intl.com/research.aspx?Type=msspeeches

National Petroleum Council http://www.npc.org

Life After the Oil Crash http://www.lifeaftertheoilcrash.net/

The Coming Global Oil Crisis http://www.oilcrisis.com

The View From The Peak http://www.theviewfromthepeak.net

Energy Balance http://tinyurl.com/42awvh

Energy Outlook http://energyoutlook.blogspot.com/

Global Public Media - Public Service Broadcasting For A Post Carbon World http://globalpublicmedia.com/

PeakOilDesign http://peakoildesign.com/

Post Carbon Institute http://www.postcarbon.org/

NEI Nuclear Notes http://neinuclearnotes.blogspot.com/

PLENTY http://www.plentymag.com/



Peak Oil FAQ

Peak Oil Report by Peak Oil Associates International #msg-32147901

Evolutionary psychology and peak oil #msg-30634038

Roscoe Bartlett Discusses His Special Order Speeches #msg-29893771

OIL SHOCK AND ENERGY TRANSITION by Andrew McKillop, May 7, 2008 #msg-29196735

Energy Bull Market Fundamentals Remain Strong, Chris Puplava, 2008 http://tinyurl.com/5nze3h

The Truth About Oil  by  Vasko Kohlmayer,  05 08 08  http://tinyurl.com/3guotj

The Gospel According to Matthew, by Mimi Swartz, 02/01/08 #msg-26286577

Another Nail in the Coffin of the Case Against Peak Oil, Matt Simmons, Nov 2007

Megaprojects update: Just how close to Peak Oil are we? 10/18/07 Chris Skrebowski: Trustee of the Oil Depletion Analysis Centre http://tinyurl.com/33rl3q

Crisis, what energy crisis? Euan Mearns, The Oil Drum: Europe. 07/03/07 Over 50 links to Oil Drum articles from the past year are provided which combined provide a comprehensive overview of the issues surrounding peak oil and energy decline. http://www.energybulletin.net/31608.html

On the Precipice: Energy Security & Economic Stability on the Edge - by Daniel Davis 07/17/07 http://www.aspo-usa.com/assets/documents/Danny_Davis_On_the_Precipice.pdf

Evolutionary psychology and peak oil: A Malthusian inspired "heads up" for humanity. by Dr. Michael E. Mills http://www.drmillslmu.com/peakoil.htm

Peak oil: Facts converge with theory http://tinyurl.com/2gtud4

11 incontrovertible truths of oil production & peak oil arguments by PeakEngineer, 05/23/07 #msg-19902674

Peak Oil, Carrying Capacity and Overshoot: Population, the Elephant in the Room, © Copyright 2007, Paul Chefurka http://www.paulchefurka.ca/Population.html

CRUDE OIL Uncertainty about Future Oil Supply Makes It Important to Develop a Strategy for Addressing a Peak and Decline in Oil Production, GAO Report, 03/29/07 http://www.gao.gov/new.items/d07283.pdf

DIE OFF - a population crash resource page http://www.dieoff.com/index.html

Portland, Oregon City Council unanimously creates a peak oil task force - 05/10/06 http://www.portlandpeakoil.org/

Testimony before the Australian Senate by Dr. Samsam Bakhtiari, a senior expert employed by the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC), 07/11/06 http://www.aph.gov.au/hansard/senate/commttee/S9515.pdf

The Hirsch Report - February 2005 #msg-10310387

The Financial Sense Energy Resource Page http://www.financialsense.com/energy/main.htm

Financial Sense Big Picture Archive http://www.financialsense.com/fsn/2006.html

OIL: A TRAVELOGUE OF ADDICTION by Chicago Tribune, 07/29/06 (Suggested viewing: Open link and click on Watch documentary, left-hand column). http://tinyurl.com/h78ve

Exploring emotional reactions to peak oil by Kathy McMahon http://www.energybulletin.net/19718.html

Denial Of Energy Crisis Is A Conditioned Response, By Dave Wheelock #msg-25561271



Hubbert peak theory From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peak_oil

A Tribute To M. King Hubbert http://www.mkinghubbert.com/

Outlook for Fuel Reserves http://www.mkinghubbert.com/files/hubbert_1974.pdf

Nuclear Energy and the Fossil Fuels by M. King Hubbert, 1956 Published on 8 Mar 2006 by Energy Bulletin. Archived on 8 Mar 2006. http://www.energybulletin.net/13630.html

Shell Execs Briefed on Peak Oil in 1956 #msg-29389791



President Carter's Address to the Nation On Energy Policy (April 18, 1977) Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Y6pPF_lzsU

Transcript: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/amex/carter/filmmore/ps_energy.html

Energy Policy and Conservation Executive Order 12003, July 20th, 1977

Carter's Brave Vision on Energy by David Morris, Monday, October 10, 2005 by the Minneapolis Star Tribune


CONGRESSMAN ROSCOE BARTLETT is leading efforts to change U.S. energy policy to address the challenges of peak oil. U.S. oil production peaked in 1970 and is in permanent decline. World oil production will also peak - perhaps disastrously soon. http://bartlett.house.gov

Congressman Roscoe Bartlett video on Peak Oil in 7 parts. . .

The House of Representatives formed a Peak Oil caucus in 2005 with 8 members:   #msg-30864250



 "Tapped Out" by Paul Roberts, August 2008 http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2008/06/world-oil/roberts-text



Financial Sense Newshour (FSN] show on  09 27 08
 ASPO presentations by:

Robert L. Hirsch, Senior Energy Advisor, MISI
Matthew R. Simmons, Chairman, Simmons & Company Int.
Chris Skrebowski, Editor, UK Petroleum Review


FSN:  W.D. Lyle Jr., Ph.D.  & L. Scott Allen, Ph.D., August 30, 2008.  "A Very Unpleasant Truth" http://www.financialsense.com/Experts/2008/Lyle.html

  FSN:  Matthew R. Simmons,   August 9, 2008.  "Energy: It's Still Cheap" http://www.financialsense.com/Experts/2008/Simmons.html

FSN:  Chris Nelder [coauthor, Brian Hicks], 8/02/08.    "Profit From The Peak: The End of Oil and the Greatest Investment Event of the Century http://www.financialsense.com/Experts/2008/Nelder.html

FSN: Michael T. Klare, 6/21/08. "Rising Powers, Shrinking Planet: The New Geopolitics of Energy" http://www.financialsense.com/Experts/2008/Klare.html

FSN: Steve LeVine, 03/29/08. "The Oil and the Glory: The Pursuit of Empire and Fortune on the Caspian Sea" http://www.financialsense.com/Experts/2008/LeVine.html

FSN: Energy Roundtable: Jim Puplava, Matthew Simmons, Robert L. Hirsch, & Jeffrey G. Rubin Discussion - 02/02/08 http://www.financialsense.com/Experts/roundtable/2008/0202.html

FSN: Richard Heinberg, 09/22/07. "Peak Everything: Waking up to the Century of Declines" http://www.financialsense.com/Experts/2007/Heinberg.html

FSN: Matthew Simmons, 08/18/07, "All the Canaries Have Stopped Singing" http://www.financialsense.com/Experts/2007/Simmons.html

FSN: Matthew R. Simmons, 11/25/06, - Critique of the CERA Report http://www.financialsense.com/Experts/2006/Simmons.html

FSN: Richard Heinberg, 10/21/06 - "The Oil Depletion Protocol" http://www.financialsense.com/Experts/2006/Heinberg.html

FSN: Matthew R. Simmons, 09/30/06 http://www.financialsense.com/Experts/2006/Simmons.html

FSN: Jeremy Leggett, 07 08 06 - "The Empty Tank"

FNS:Paul Kruger, 06 03 06 - "Alternative Energy Resources" http://www.financialsense.com/Experts/2006/Kruger.html

FSN: Peter Tertzakian, 04/15/06 - "A Thousand Barrels A Second" http://www.financialsense.com/Experts/2006/Tertzakian.html

FSN: The Last Oil Crisis; 03/04/06 http://www.financialsense.com/fsn/BP/2006/0304.html

FSN: Energy Roundtable - Jim Puplava, James Kunstler, Richard Heinberg, 02/18/06 http://www.financialsense.com/Experts/roundtable/2006/0218.html

FSN: "Zapata" George Blake, 02/04/06 - "Everything But The Kitchen Sink!" http://www.financialsense.com/Experts/2006/Blake.html

FSN: Ahead Of The Trend: Interview with Zapata George Blake, 01/14/06 http://finance.banks.com/intersearch?Account=banks&GUID=272396&Page=MediaViewer&Ticker=BJS

FSN:"Energy, The Big Story of 2005" (Select December 24 - Part 1) http://www.financialsense.com/fsn/2005.html

FSN: James Howard Kunstler, 10/01/05 -"The Long Emergency" http://www.financialsense.com/Experts/2005/Kunstler.html

FSN: Matthew R. Simmons, 08/06/05 -"Twilight In The Desert" http://www.financialsense.com/Experts/2005/Simmons.html

FSN: Kenneth S. Deffeyes, 05/21/05 - "Beyond Oil: The View From Huppert's Peak" http://www.financialsense.com/Experts/2005/Deffeyes.html

FSN: Michael T. Klare, 01/15/05 - "Blood and Oil" http://www.financialsense.com/Experts/2005/Klare.html

FSN: Matt Savinar, 10/23/2004- "The Oil Age Is Over" http://www.financialsense.com/Experts/2004/Savinar.html

FSN:  Dennis Meadows, Co-Author, 10/09/04, "Limits to Growth: The 30-year Update"

FSN: Julian Darley, Author, 09/25/2004- "High Noon for Natural Gas" http://www.financialsense.com/Experts/2004/Darley.html

FSN: Richard Heinberg: 08/07/04 -"Powerdown" & 02 23 03 - The Party's Over http://www.financialsense.com/Experts/2004/Heinberg.html

FSN: Paul Roberts: 05/29/04- "The End of Oil:On the Edge of a Perilous New World" http://www.financialsense.com/Experts/2004/Roberts.html

FSN: Stephen Leeb, 05/08/04 - "The Oil Factor: Protect Yourself--and Profit--From the Coming Energy Crisis" http://www.financialsense.com/Experts/2004/Leeb.html

FSN: Lutz Kleveman, 01/24/04 -  "The New Great Game: Blood and Oil in Central Asia"



Peak Oil - Chris Martenson http://www.chrismartenson.com/peak_oil

Twilight In the Desert http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QfEO3PCEeis

Peak Oil - Robert Hirsch http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qSbfvZiJ9g0 

 Peak Oil - Crude Impact #msg-30619202

CNN Special Investigation - OUT OF GAS #msg-30188572

Oil and the 'New International Energy Order' - Michael Klare, 04 14 08 http://tinyurl.com/59947u

"A conversation with John Hofmeister" - Charlie Rose, 03 25 08 http://tinyurl.com/23o8py

Video: A High-Risk Barrel, September 28, 2007 http://novakeo.com/?p=1054&jal_no_js=true&poll_id=10

Matt Savinar - Coast to Coast, 10/07 http://klrietmann.bingodisk.com/bingo/public/Savinarc2c111.mp3

A Crude Awakening http://tinyurl.com/yp88uu

Matthew Simmons on Peak Oil, ASPO Conference at Boston University 10 27 06 http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-429585738009344102&q=peak+oil'

Peak Oil, Richard Heinberg, 09/11/06 http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-2141508903056009420

Peak Oil: Gas Prices, Supply Depletion & Energy Crisis: From NewCulture.org, 07 27 06 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DMQd5nGEkr4&mode=related&search

The Long Emergency: Surviving Catastophies of the 21st Century, 10 30 05 http://tinyurl.com/2g6p35

Real Oil Crisis - 11 24 05 (Video Presentation) http://www.abc.net.au/catalyst/stories/s1515141.htm

The End of Suburbia http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q3uvzcY2Xug&feature=related

World Made By Hand (Video Promo) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PbEe8v4YpgA

T. Boone Pickens on CNBC [discusses alternative energies] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ylI4iQ-5iXg

Dr. Al Husseini, retired head of exploration and production for Saudi Aramco, interview with CNBC on 03/27/08: http://www.cnbc.com/id/15840232?video=697807590&play=1

RICHARD HEINBERG on OUR POST-CARBON FUTURE http://tinyurl.com/636juw

Megan Quinn Bachman - Peak Oil, Community & The Future in four parts:

Calm Before the Storm, Richard Heinberg http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ajqgOCxGEAo

Running on Empty: Life Without Cheap Oil http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jqg3P3wOV60 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


A 10% Reduction in America's Oil Use in Ten to Twelve Years An Overlooked, Practical, and Affordable Approach Using Mature Existing Technology by Alan S. Drake, May 2006 • Rev. October 2006 http://www.lightrailnow.org/features/f_lrt_2006-05a.htm

Electrification of transportation as a response to peaking of world oil production by Alan S. Drake 12/19/05 in Light Rail Now http://www.energybulletin.net/14492.html

Public Transport Industry Issues http://www.lightrailnow.org/industry_issues.htm#electrification



The Community Solution http://www.communitysolution.org/

WORLD CHANGING http://www.worldchanging.com/about/

How to Wean a Town Off Fossil Fuels http://www.worldchanging.com/archives/005135.html

A Community Solution to Peak Oil: An interview with Megan Quinn http://www.energybulletin.net/5721

Sustain Lane | The Healthy, Sustainable Living Community Resource http://www.sustainlane.com/

Culture Change http://culturechange.org/cms/index.php

Communities, Refuges, and Refuge-Communities by Zachary Nowak http://www.energybulletin.net/21172.html

Karavans - Moving Toward a New World of Self-Sufficiency, Sustainability, and Genuine Community http://www.karavans.com/peakoil.html

New Urbanism http://www.newurbanism.org/

The New Urbanisn http://www.newurbannews.com/AboutNewUrbanism.html

Online NewsHour - New Urbanism http://www.pbs.org/newshour/newurbanism/



Closing the 'Collapse Gap': The USSR was better prepared for peak oil than the US - by Dmitry Orlov, 12/04/06 http://energybulletin.net/23259.html

The power of community: How Cuba survived peak oil - by Megan Quinn, 02/25/06 http://www.energybulletin.net/13171.html

"Flush With Energy" By THOMAS L. FRIEDMAN August 10, 2008  #msg-31394853



FSN: Lutz Kleveman, 01/24/04 -  "The New Great Game: Blood and Oil in Central Asia"

FSN: Michael T. Klare, 01/15/05 - "Blood and Oil" http://www.financialsense.com/Experts/2005/Klare.html

FSN: Michael T. Klare, 6/21/08. "Rising Powers, Shrinking Planet: The New Geopolitics of Energy" http://www.financialsense.com/Experts/2008/Klare.html 



Cantarell Field by Wikipedia

Cantarell, The Second Largest Oil Field Is Dying,  by G.R. Morton,  08 14 04

Cantarell Decline Perspective, Jim KIngsdale's "Energy Investment STRATEGIES"  07 08 08


A Storm Called Cantarell by Sean Brodrick, "Money and Markets' 09 03 08



Export Land Medel by Wikipedia

What the Export Land Model Means for Energy Prices By: Doug Casey, Casey Research LLC, 06 04 08 http://www.321energy.com/editorials/casey/casey060508.html

An Update on Mexico Export Land Model by GraphOilogy 01 22 08

Oil Outlook: "Export Land Model" by Jeff Rubin on CNBC, October 2007


CHARTS OF INTERESTDepiction of U.S. Oil Production


The U.S. produced less oil in 2006 than it did in 1950. This production fits a curve that would make M. King Hubbert sigh and nod sagely. He was the first to trace the patterns of Peak Oil, and he saw this chart coming half a century ago. Source and worthy explanation of following charts at: http://www.peakoil.com/sample

Figure 1 (New York Times)


USA National Gas Temperature Map http://www.gasbuddy.com/gb_gastemperaturemap.aspx

Peak Water(H2O) #board-12656

Peak Natural Resources #board-12910


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