DECC (2011): The risks and impacts of a potential future decline in oil production

UK Department of Energy & Climate Change.

Disponible (?) en https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/the-risks-and-impacts-of-a-potential-future-decline-in-oil-production

A DECC report summarising the main outputs of an internal project undertaken in 2007 by then BERR officials on the issues surrounding peak oil…


Genero: Informes y estudios, Presentaciones
Subjects: 2007, 2011, consecuencias del peak oil, DECC, diagnóstico, energía, english, peak oil, política energética, políticas públicas, previsiones, reino unido

ROBERTS, SIMON (2011): Peak Oil Futures: A possible transport scenario to 2030 and its consequences, using the “4see” model

ARUP (All Party Parliamentary Group APPGOPO).

Disponible en http://www.slideshare.net/APPGOPO/peak-oil-futures

Existe supuestamente un vídeo de la presentación, de noviembre de 2011, pero está protegido por contraseña: http://vimeo.com/32199172


Genero: Presentaciones
Subjects: APPGOPO, ARUP, consecuencias del peak oil, english, escenarios, modelo 4see, modelos, peak oil, previsiones, reino unido, transporte
HAMILTON, JAMES D. (2009): Causes and Consequences of the Oil Shock of 2007‐08

HAMILTON, JAMES D. (2009): Causes and Consequences of the Oil Shock of 2007‐08

Brookings Papers (Spring 2009). Conference Draft: http://www.brookings.edu/economics/bpea/~/media/Files/Programs/ES/BPEA/2009_spring_bpea_papers/2009_spring_bpea_hamilton.pdf

This paper explores similarities and differences between the run‐up of oil prices in 2007‐08 and earlier oil price shocks, looking at what caused the price increase and what effects it had on the economy. Whereas historical oil price shocks were primarily caused by physical disruptions of supply, the price run‐up of 2007‐08 was caused by strong demand confronting stagnating world production. Although the causes were different, the consequences for the economy appear to have been very similar to those observed in earlier episodes, with significant effects on overall consumption spending and purchases of domestic automobiles in particular. In the absence of those declines, it is unlikely that we would have characterized the period 2007:Q4 to 2008:Q3 as one of economic recession for the U.S. The experience of 2007‐08 should thus be added to the list of recessions to which oil prices appear to have made a material contribution.


Genero: Presentaciones
Subjects: 2007, 2008, 2009, Brookings Papers, coches, consecuencias económicas, crisis, eeuu, petróleo, precios del petróleo, producción, recesión
BARNETT, DANIEL J. (2009): Peak Oil: Implications for Disaster Preparedness & Response

BARNETT, DANIEL J. (2009): Peak Oil: Implications for Disaster Preparedness & Response

Department of Environmental Health Sciences. Johns Hopkins Center for Public Health Preparedness, Baltimore, Maryland, EUA. URL: http://www.jhsph.edu/research/centers-and-institutes/johns-hopkins-center-for-public-health-preparedness/Images/Peak_Oil_and_Health_Slides/Barnett_Color_slides.pdf


Genero: Informes y estudios, Presentaciones
Subjects: 2009, english, Johns Hopkins Center, peak ioil, preparación ante el peak oil, salud, salud pública, sistema sanitario