## Sunday, December 11, 2011

I've started a spreadsheet copy of the Wikipedia oil megaprojects database. All the original data has been transferred (see below the fold) except for links that I may add in the coming days. I think a Google spreadsheet is much more appropriate than Wikipedia tables for manipulating data and exports in various formats. If anyone is interested, just send me an email for an invite.

## Tuesday, October 25, 2011

### Daniel Yergin massively reduced his energy estimates

by Jeffrey J. Brown
Originally posted on the EnergyBulletin.

If one can’t rely on Daniel Yergin for soothing reassurances about the state of the global oil market, who you gonna call?

Daniel Yergin and his associates at Cambridge Energy Research Associates (CERA) have consistently been predicting a 20% to 25% increase in global total liquids production (which consists of crude oil, condensate, natural gas liquids, refinery gains and other liquids such as low net energy biofuels). Technically, they attempt to hedge by stating that they are talking about productive “Capacity,” but it’s clear that they have been predicting a robust increase in global liquids production.