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  • Stuart McMillen est un jeune artiste de BD australien qui écrit des BD documentaires sur des sujets sociétaux. Sa motivation, dit-il, réside dans la découverte et la communication d’idées qui peuvent changer le monde, avec des centres d’intérêt tels que la psychologie humaine, l’environnementalisme, et l’économie post-croissance. Etant payé par financement communautaire, il met ses BD en ligne à disposition de tous. Stuart a créé une BD qui [...]
  • Book published in August 2018. Undoubtedly, the industrialized countries are already facing a major and even existential problem: that of the transition from societies based on the massive use of fossil fuels to societies that have learned to do without them. This will, of necessity, be the real driver of the energy transition that we are talking about so much now! Because it is the future availability of fossil fuels that will give the tempo of this transition, and not the development of other [...]
  • In the last decade, we have witnessed seismic changes in the oil and gas industry, particularly regarding the economics of North American unconventional production. A significant portion of these advances have been attributed to technology, which many observers expect to be a continued source of deflation into the future. In this paper, we attempt to disaggregate structural improvements in well economics from cyclical ones in order to better understand whether we are in a period of accelerating [...]
  • Mi-2017 ont été menées des enquêtes Delphi auprès des membres d’ASPO France et de certaines personnes extérieures à l’association, pour recueillir leur point de vue sur l’évolution future de la production de liquides et du mix énergétique mondial. L’évolution des tous liquides reste dominée par l’évolution des liquides conventionnels. Si on compare avec l’AIE WEO 2016 et EIA IOE 2017, en moyenne les membres d’ASPO France sont moins optimistes sur les productions [...]
  • Shale reality check, J.D.Hughes, 2018

    février 8, 2018 // 0 Comments

    « Shale gas and tight oil from low permeability reservoirs have provided a new lease on life for U.S. oil and gas production. Tight oil has allowed U.S. oil production to double from its 2005 lows, and shale gas has similarly allowed a major increase in U.S. gas production. However, the nature of these reservoirs is that they decline quickly, such that production from individual wells falls 70–90% in the first three years, and field declines without new drilling typically range [...]