The Troubled Oil Business
Hitting peak oil will come faster than any of us think. But don’t blame dwindling supply — it’s all about disappearing demand
By Amory Lovins
Since 1975 predates the Internet, PDF, etc., the answer is in many scattered sources recorded on mushed-up trees — rarely online. Rather than digging through my voluminous paper archives, which you may lack, I’d suggest you start with two compilations that a good librarian could probably locate for you:
This is an interesting and eloquent read, but the big blank spots on its map will surprise anyone paying attention to the epochal energy transformation already underway around the world.
In case anyone else thinks that “Back in 2009, discussion of the future of energy and thus of civilization as we know it tended to be theoretical,” check out Rocky Mountain Institute’s Pentagon-cosponsored 2004…