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Hubbert peak theory

LC control no.sh2006001385
Topical headingHubbert peak theory
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Variant(s)Hubbert's peak theory
Oil depletion theory
Peak oil theory
See alsoPetroleum industry and trade--Industrial capacity--Forecasting
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Petroleum reserves--Forecasting
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Scope noteHere are entered works on the theory that predicts that the world's oil production will reach a peak and then rapidly decline.
Found inWork cat.: Peak oil: imposed by nature [videorecording] , 2002.
Association for the study of peak oil and gas - USA, organization website visited Feb. 21, 2006.
Oil prices are spiking--has supply hit its peak? vol. 149, issue 12, 2004.
Simons, M.R. Twilight in the desert : the comng Saudi Oil Shock and the world economy, 2005 (oil depletion theory; peak oil)
Peak Oil: Life After the Oil Crash WWW site, Apr. 2, 2008 (Peak oil is also called Hubbert's Peak; named for the Shell geologist Dr.Marion King Hubert)
Wikipedia, Apr. 3, 2008 (Hubbert peak theory; also known as peak oil; Hubbert' curve also known as peak oil) website, Apr. 3, 2008 (Hubbert Peak of oil production; peak oil; name given to the prediction that the world's oil production will reach a peak and then rapidly decline)