A lot of useful material is available on the internet. However, sites get moved or abandoned, so I am uploading reports here so they’ll always be available.
After I post this I will push it down to the bottom of the blog. I will update it frequently, and am adding links to the reports on the rather longish list of links on the right-hand side of this blog.
Suggestions are welcome for reports to include. If those suggestions come with lengths or attached reports, they will be much easier for me to deal with (hint, hint.)
Energy_and_Environment_in_China, May 2011
International Energy Outlook 2011, DOE EIA
International Energy Outlook 2010, DOE EIA
The World in 2050, Price Waterhouse Coopers
Glad to see you in the world of those of us who write about the energy future. You might find it useful to refer to the OPEC Monthly Oil Market Reports since these do a small amount of projection of the future. There are, of course, also the projections from the major oil companies. You already have the BP reference, but Exxon Mobil came out with their version last month . Shell has still to come out with theirs, but this was last years .
These are generally commented on at The Oil Drum . I have only looked at the Exxon Mobil projection for this year, but will look at the others soon on Bit Tooth Energy, which is my main site.
Good to see you here.
Dave (Heading Out)
Many thanks for the first suggestions. I’ll get them up there this morning, and get a link to the Oil Drum up on the blogroll as well. Now, what else? 😉
If you are going to write much about renewable energy then you should read Robert Rapier.
and Stuart Staniford is also quite perceptive (though he and I disagree a fair amount, mainly on the future of coal).
I have a few more on my blog roll at Bit Tooth (including you now) that are more for specific topics (the Energy Export Databrowser is one of these.
Thanks–I’ll be linking you directly.
Oops I mistyped Robert’s URL is is: