[ExI] Oil will never run out

hkhenson hkhenson at rogers.com
Mon Jun 30 04:19:12 UTC 2008

At 03:02 PM 6/29/2008, Stefano wrote:


>We have had the technology to do that since the thirties. Actually,
>Germany manufactured a lot of syntetic gasoline during II WW. The
>problem is that oil is currently used to produce energy, while
>producing oil or gas *requires* energy.
>Thus, the real issue is to have plenty of cheap energy available. Once
>you have that, oil stops being a problem altogether.

Not entirely.  You still have to put in a lot of plant to front end 
the existing refineries.

But that's a good approximation.


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