Gail Tverberg: Our Energy Investment Sinkhole Problem
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Jim welcomes back Gail Tverberg to speak on energy, and they discuss her views on limits to oil supply limiting long-term economic growth. Gail believes the key issue is that global oil supply is not rising very quickly, no matter how much investment is made. Because of this “sinkhole” phenomenon, we are getting less and less back for every dollar invested; or declining energy return on energy invested. Gail argues that the ultimate impact for developed (OECD) countries will be a long-term contraction of their economies. The problem is that our current global financial system depends on long-term growth.
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