Philip Verleger

PKVerleger

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Independent energy economist and publisher of the Petroleum Economics Monthly; author of Energy Gridlock: Why Radical Conservation Is the Only Answer to the Worsening Energy Crisis; former fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics (1986-2012); former professor of strategy and international management at the University of Calgary's Haskayne School of Business

Philip Verleger on KCRW

The price of crude oil has dropped by 50 percent in the past year. Shell won't be exploring for oil in the Arctic Ocean after all.

What's Happened to North America's Oil Boom?

The price of crude oil has dropped by 50 percent in the past year. Shell won't be exploring for oil in the Arctic Ocean after all.

from To the Point

With twice the oil and three times the natural gas previously estimated — and plenty of coal -- in just a few years the US could produce more fuel than it burns.

'Energy Independence:' Good News or Bad?

With twice the oil and three times the natural gas previously estimated — and plenty of coal -- in just a few years the US could produce more fuel than it burns.

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Turns out it was old news to energy experts, but this week's report from the International Energy Agency has a lot of others revising their thinking about the domestic production of…

Oil and Gas Boom Reshapes US Energy Landscape

Turns out it was old news to energy experts, but this week's report from the International Energy Agency has a lot of others revising their thinking about the domestic production of…

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