The New York Times’ oil map now includes a close-up of the landfall area around the Gulf Coast.
In Sunday’s Washington Post, Ezra Klein provides some much-needed context as to the true cost of oil, and in turn the gasoline we buy to power our cars. The key part is framing the overall cost in
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The New York Times continues to update their oil spill map, mentioned before here.
The comparison in the legend to the volume of oil from the Exxon Valdez is the scary part.
Two great infographics from the New York Times – both related to petroleum.
First, a great graph of per capita VMT compared to changes in gas prices:
Putting vehicle miles traveled per capita along the x-axis instead of time makes the swings in both price and VMT more obvious. The massive growth of VMT over time despite
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So says the Department of Defense:
The US military has warned that surplus oil production capacity could disappear within two years and there could be serious shortages by 2015 with a significant economic and political impact.
The energy crisis outlined in a Joint Operating Environment report from the US
Continue reading The easy oil is almost gone