A Thousand Barrels A Second
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Calgary, AB (PRWEB) January 26, 2006
In his book, "A Thousand Barrels A Second", energy guru Peter Tertzakian explores the coming oil break point and the challenges facing an energy dependent world - By 2006, world oil consumption will for the first time exceed a thousand barrels a second.
The winter heating season is here. Oil prices are up. Natural gas rates are increasing. Wood stoves are flying out of the stores. What’s going on? How high will prices go? How long will it last?
The answers to these questions and many more can be found in energy expert Peter Tertzakian's brilliant new book, "A Thousand Barrels A Second"....and you can find out all the details you need by visiting the newly launched website http://www.1000barrels.com.
“…Beginning now and over the course of the next five to ten years, increasingly volatile energy prices are going to affect how you live and what you drive, not to mention the economy, the environment, and the complexity of the geopolitical chess match being played out for the world’s precious energy resources. We’re on the verge of a tipping point in oil…a break point.”
Tertzakian, Chief Energy Economist and Director at ARC Financial Corporation, one of the world’s leading energy investment firms, confronts the coming break point with pragmatic and balanced arguments. The price of oil is on the rise as it becomes more difficult and costly to produce the oil that the world increasingly desires. Slowing down our global addiction to cheap oil will be disruptive and painful for global economies and for individuals. The bad news is for the first time in the history of energy consumption, there is no “magic bullet” offering an immediate, large-scale alternative. The good news is forward-thinking nations, corporations and individuals can anticipate and navigate the coming break point. History has shown that it’s happened before, and it will happen again.
Over the past few decades many of the biggest news stories in our world have been linked, one way or another, to the issues concerning global oil production and consumption. Today, this is true more than ever. And it is those who have a solid, in-depth understanding of the issues who will be able to get to the heart of upcoming major stories more quickly and incisively. "A Thousand Barrels A Second" is primed to become a key source of background and context for those who want to understand the events unfolding on the world stage now and in the future.
http://www.1000barrels.com, designed by Suitcase Interactive, a leader in interactive branding, is your access point for the information that gives you the edge. Come and see what other industry leaders have said about the book, read some of the book yourself, and get to know more about the author. We have also provided you with instant professional insights into the major questions many of us have to ask today about the issues facing us with global oil production, from the real value of American drilling in ANWR (the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge) to the effectiveness of the new hybrid automobiles. Learn about the energy cycle and have an overview of historical milestones in energy at your fingertips. The website also provides an access point for Peter Tertzakian himself,. should his expertise ever be required for a media interview. Visit http://www.1000barrels.com today.
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