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End of Oil erra is near, does that mean our end too?

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Even the illiterate have a right to be ignorant. I know the data below will be difficult for you to understand so please ask a friend to explain it to you.
It is expected that by the year 2035, demand will reach 110.3 million barrels a day. Companies eventually will start to transition to alternative forms of energy and will be interesting to see what the future holds for renewable energy.
https://born2invest.com/articles/which-countries-have-biggest-oil-reserves/
A 2013 study concluded that peak oil "appears probable before 2030", and that there was a "significant risk" that it would occur before 2020
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peak_oil
When the price of gasoline rises, people naturally buy less of it; the amount of this reduction being determined by the amount of the price increase and the consumer's elasticity of demand for gasoline. This does not necessarily mean that people will drive less (though it is likely), it may mean that consumers trade in their SUVs for smaller cars, hybrid vehicles, electric cars or cars that run on alternative fuels.
https://tinyurl.com/y5492hhr

Countries With The Largest Proven Oil Reserves
Rank Country Reserves (millions of barrels), 2017 US EIA
1 Venezuela 300,878
2 Saudi Arabia 266,455
3 Canada 169,709
4 Iran 158,400
5 Iraq 142,503
6 Kuwait 101,500
7 United Arab Emirates 97,800
8 Russia 80,000
9 Libya 48,363
10 United States 39,230
11 Nigeria 37,062
12 Kazakhstan 30,000
13 China 25,620
14 Qatar 25,244
15 Brazil 12,999
16 Algeria 12,200
17 Angola 8,273
18 Ecuador 8,273
19 Mexico 7,640
20 Azerbaijan 7,000
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TOTAL~~~~~~~~~~~~1,609,149 million proven barrels
https://www.worldatlas.com/articles/the-world-s-largest-oil-reserves-by-country.html

It is expected that by the year 2035, demand will reach 110.3 million barrels a day or 40,259 a year
1609149/40259 = 40+/- years left
Is that the end of us too?
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jasonc

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No,your are likely wrong in that its a date setting


Once again the oil prophecy.silica and its rare earth are finite too ,can't mine the entire earth .
 

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No,your are likely wrong in that its a date setting
If I am wrong so are the following
German electric cars
Telekom, a large European telecommunications company headquartered in Germany, confirmed that they are putting in place a massive plan to more than double the current electric car charging infrastructure by converting their distribution boxes. The company is in the process of updating 12,000 distribution
https://electrek.co/2018/03/05/electric-car-charging-stations-converting-distribution-boxes/
Chinese electric cars
BMW has committed to further expanding its charging networks in the world’s largest auto market 0 China. By the end of this year, BMW plans to install more than 80,000 public charging poles in more than 100 Chinese cities. The aim is to provide more efficient, convenient and intelligent public charging services, especially for its own new energy vehicle users, according to the company.
China is the host of the world’s largest public charging network for electric vehicles, with a total of more than 440,000 charging poles in the country, including 213,903 public charging poles and 231,820 private charging poles.
http://www.bmwblog.com/2018/03/26/bmw-to-install-80000-public-charging-poles-in-china/

England’s electric cars
PS believes the innovation will allow it to convert all 170 of its vehicles operating in the greater London area to fully electric vehicles.
https://cleantechnica.com/2018/03/27/ups-pursuing-fully-electric-delivery-vehicle-fleet-london-breakthrough/

China plans ban on petrol and diesel cars
https://www.irishtimes.com/life-and-style/motors/china-plans-ban-on-petrol-and-diesel-cars-1.3215796

China looks at ending sales of gasoline cars
https://www.detroitnews.com/story/business/autos/mobility/2017/09/09/china-gasoline-car-ban/105462466/

China to ban all petrol and diesel cars
https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/asia/china-petrol-diesel-car-ban-gasoline-production-sales-electric-cabinet-official-state-media-a7938726.html

China to plow $361 billion into renewable fuel by 2020 | Reuters
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-china-energy-renewables/china-to-plow-361-billion-into-renewable-fuel-by-2020-idUSKBN14P06P
 

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Oil isn't Biological in origin but biotic. (Heat and pressure on elements in the ground from tectonic plates)

What this means is that more is being produced by mother nature... several oil Wells thought to be dry have oil in them once again because of this process.

Oil isn't dinosaur juice...it's cooked dirt.
Hydrocarbons actually are one of the most plentiful resources in the Galaxy.

Sooooo
I hate to burst your bubble and date setting thing for the future...
But we really won't see the day you are talking about.

AND

New sources of oil are being discovered...it's getting easier to pump out what was once undrillable.
So...we may not ever run out of oil...but we might run out of cheap oil. It does take time for the Earth to replenish what we have removed...and we have ways to make oil from cheap coal that we can't burn in power generating facilities (Too much pollution) and actually make this worthless coal burn cleanly. (We have an abundance of this type...it gets in the way of the good stuff)

So...
 

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Historical projections suggest that the world is almost out of oil have been given at least five times in the past century. Notice the word "suggest" which is only a theory.

The world will run out of oil in 10 years
US Bureau of Mines - 1914

The world will run out of oil in 13 years
U.S. Department of the Interior - 1939, 1950

The world will run out of oil and other fossil fuels by 1990
Paul Erlich, Limits to Growth - 1973

The world will run out of oil in 2030 and other fossil fuels in 2050
Paul Erlich, Beyond the Limit - 2002

Just more date setting that has nothing to do with the end of days, but only man's speculations.
 

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Why would the end of oil be the end of us? The Native Americans weren't out there getting oil. People can survive without vehicles...it isn't preferred, but it is doable. Of course it would be a little more difficult, though.
 

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We are constantly working to develop new forms or processes for producing the energy we consume. Predictions like these are made for one purpose, whether real or not....to drive agendas.
 

jasonc

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If I am wrong so are the following
German electric cars
Telekom, a large European telecommunications company headquartered in Germany, confirmed that they are putting in place a massive plan to more than double the current electric car charging infrastructure by converting their distribution boxes. The company is in the process of updating 12,000 distribution
https://electrek.co/2018/03/05/electric-car-charging-stations-converting-distribution-boxes/
Chinese electric cars
BMW has committed to further expanding its charging networks in the world’s largest auto market 0 China. By the end of this year, BMW plans to install more than 80,000 public charging poles in more than 100 Chinese cities. The aim is to provide more efficient, convenient and intelligent public charging services, especially for its own new energy vehicle users, according to the company.
China is the host of the world’s largest public charging network for electric vehicles, with a total of more than 440,000 charging poles in the country, including 213,903 public charging poles and 231,820 private charging poles.
http://www.bmwblog.com/2018/03/26/bmw-to-install-80000-public-charging-poles-in-china/

England’s electric cars
PS believes the innovation will allow it to convert all 170 of its vehicles operating in the greater London area to fully electric vehicles.
https://cleantechnica.com/2018/03/27/ups-pursuing-fully-electric-delivery-vehicle-fleet-london-breakthrough/

China plans ban on petrol and diesel cars
https://www.irishtimes.com/life-and-style/motors/china-plans-ban-on-petrol-and-diesel-cars-1.3215796

China looks at ending sales of gasoline cars
https://www.detroitnews.com/story/business/autos/mobility/2017/09/09/china-gasoline-car-ban/105462466/

China to ban all petrol and diesel cars
https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/asia/china-petrol-diesel-car-ban-gasoline-production-sales-electric-cabinet-official-state-media-a7938726.html

China to plow $361 billion into renewable fuel by 2020 | Reuters
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-china-energy-renewables/china-to-plow-361-billion-into-renewable-fuel-by-2020-idUSKBN14P06P
You mean we will have polluted lakes and non potable water .take away the tax breaks subsidies those will die.

Not enough mines for batteries without Causinging health issues.lithium,takes water to extract it .large amounts
 

jasonc

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Another bubble burster Plastics are made from also from oil.if oil runs out nobody will be able to build electric cars because they won't be able to use plastic.
 

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Additional oil is being produced, but not at the rate that it is being used. It won't run out, but it could become scarcer than it is today. The third world is trying to industrialize, and there is not enough oil for the entire globe to use oil at the USA and European rates. This could lead to war, and countries that depend upon imported oil-produced food could be in a situation.

Fortunately, the USA has lots of arable land. It is poor countries with lots of starving people today that will likely have additional starving people. They may not be able to produce enough trade goods to trade for scarcer oil and oil-produced food.

Going back to pre industrial ways of doing things would mean going back to pre industrial population. Technology may come up with some alternative to oil by the time oil becomes truly scarce though. Solar, wind, fusion, or something completely new.
 

jasonc

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Additional oil is being produced, but not at the rate that it is being used. It won't run out, but it could become scarcer than it is today. The third world is trying to industrialize, and there is not enough oil for the entire globe to use oil at the USA and European rates. This could lead to war, and countries that depend upon imported oil-produced food could be in a situation.

Fortunately, the USA has lots of arable land. It is poor countries with lots of starving people today that will likely have additional starving people. They may not be able to produce enough trade goods to trade for scarcer oil and oil-produced food.

Going back to pre industrial ways of doing things would mean going back to pre industrial population. Technology may come up with some alternative to oil by the time oil becomes truly scarce though. Solar, wind, fusion, or something completely new.
 

jasonc

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Not likely. The US can veto it.
We veto by one vote .doesn't mean others will try ,I highly doubt the idea would work but get a few green tree huggers in power and oh yes it might happen.

These are protesting salt,can't fly aircraft and land on a snow covered strip or drive on a road ,alternatives aren't there.
 

jasonc

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On water from electric cars and others from,mining .




Gonna have to fix that .
 

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