The Future of Global Oil Supply: Understanding the Building Blocks
By Peter Jackson
While there is no unique picture of the future of global supply, evidence is mounting that the inflection point where sustained growth of productive capacity ceases will not occur before 2030. Meanwhile, problems persist with ensuring adequate supply to the oil industry will have to manage a complex range of above- and below-ground challenges....
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