PETROLEUM- Articles

Production

The U.S. Accounted For 98% Of Global Oil Production Growth In 2018 by Robert Rapier Senior Contributor | Jun 23, 2019
forbes.com

 

U.S. Energy Production, Consumption and Exports Surged in 2018
by Alan Neuhauser, Staff Writer | May 9, 2019
usnews.com

In Major Shift, U.S. Now Exports More Oil Than It Ships In
by David Gaffen | December 6, 2018
reuters.com

Consumption

Now Near 100 Million Bpd, When Will Oil Demand Peak?
Amanda Cooper, Christopher Johnson | 
September 20, 2018
reuters.com


Global Oil Consumption Set To Hit 100 Million Barrels Per Day Sooner Than Expected by Staff Reporter |  October 2, 2018
independent.co.uk

Global Oil Consumption Is Still Climbing
by  Marco Magrini | March 27, 2019
geographical.co.uk

Energy Density and Eroie

Fossil Fuels Increasingly Offer A Poor Return On Energy Investmentby University of Leeds | July 11, 2019
sciencedaily.com

 

ERoEI for Beginners
by Euan Mearns | May 25, 2016
euanmearns.com

Energy Return On Investment – Which Fuels Win?
by  
Carbon Brief Staff | March 20, 2019
carbonbrief.org

Petroleum History

Oil Industry
by History.com Editors | April 8, 2010
history.com

First Oil Discoveries
Petroleum pioneers and their wells from Pennsylvania to California.
aoghs.org

Shale Oil Tar Sands

A Plan to Unlock Billions of Barrels of Oil From Utah’s Sands  By Clifford Krauss | August 21, 2018
nytimes.com

Why Canada Is The Next Frontier For Shale Oil
Business News | by Nia Williams January 29,2018
reuters.com

This Could Be The End Of Canadian Tar Sands
By Bobby Magill | January 12, 2017
grist.org

Transport and Infrastructure

America Needs More Pipelines
By Charles Hughes | Opinion Contributor | July 20, 2017
usnews.com

Why Transporting Oil By Rail Is Popular, Despite The Cost   by Brian Wallheimer |August 14, 2018
review.chicagobooth.edu

Which Is Safer For Transporting Crude Oil: Rail, Truck, Pipeline Or Boat?  by James Conca | October 11, 2018
forbes.com

Petroleum Where is it?

Why Is Oil Usually Found In Deserts And Arctic Areas?
Roger N. Anderson, a professor at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory at Columbia University, explains.
scientificamerican.com