Viewpoint  |  7 May 2012

Peak oil revisited: the real challenges are investment and sustainability, not availability

By Noé van Hulst

The general perception of global oil reserves is unnecessarily gloomy and far removed from reality, even among many policymakers and academics. This is dangerous because it obscures the real and serious economic and environmental challenges faced by the oil sector, argues Noé van Hulst. The Director of the new Energy Academy Europe calls on the oil industry to devote more effort explaining the public what the real challenges are.

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