I think it represents the future. Not because it is big and 50s stylish; not because it sets a good example, but because it is a great performing car that does not do more harm than good. Recently I learned that the company that makes the batteries in my car was sold to China. Like any company, A needed money to survive and American consumers are not supporting electric cars to the extent required to sustain the costs of running A
Instead they are now publishing an abbreviated version on their Total Energy web page titled: They have just released their latest data through February All the data below is in thousand barrels per day and through February unless otherwise noted.
February production was 79, bpd, orbpd below the peak. Average for the first two months of was 79, So with world production continuing to decline, there is little doubt that production will be well below production. Obviously Canada is counting something that the EIA is not.
And those May wildfires will not help at all. The only question left to be answered is how fast will she decline? Egypt is in a slow decline. But we have been knowing that for years. Mexico managed to stem their decline for a few months but their production has begun to decline again.
Norway, which produced around 3 million barrels per day from tohas now dropped to almost half that amount. But they have managed halt the decline in and have since even increased their production slightly.
It is likely they will continue to hold this production for at least another year. They are managing to buck the trend.
The UK peaked at just under 3 million barrels per day in and for the last three years or so has averaged about one third that amount.
But the UK has also managed to stem their decline. For how long, I have no idea. Russia has been a real shocker.
No one, inside or outside Russia, expected them to increase production by overbpd over the last few months. Everyone has a different opinion on what to expect from Russia next year.
Everyone now expects their production to increase slightly this year.
I say now because everyone had a different opinion a few months ago. The USA is, of course a big part of what is happening to world oil production, and will continue to play a big part. I think US production will continue to decline for another year or so. I think production will flatten out then increase slightly.
But the boom times very expensive shale oil brought are over. Iran is the main reason the the price induced decline has not become obvious. In spite of the recent increase in Russian production as well as the slight increase from the North Sea, in spite of the dramatic production increase from Iran due to the lifting of sanctions, world crude oil production is in decline.
And while it is true that most of this decline is due to the price crash it remains to be seen just how much production will recover when the price returns to… to… wherever it returns to before it stops.
But… the decline has only just begun. The price collapse caused the plateau in world oil production that begun about March However the decline did not actually begin until January The dramatic rise in production from Iran has kept the decline from becoming obvious to everyone.
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As a follow-up to Tuesday’s post about the majority-minority public schools in Oslo, the following brief account reports the latest statistics on the cultural enrichment of schools in Austria. Vienna is the most fully enriched location, and seems to be in roughly the same situation as Oslo.
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