The Big Picture Update on Q2 2008, Part 2

June 25, 2008 at 7:05 am
Contributed by: Chris

Folks,

Several updates for you here. First, my column this week for Energy and Capital, which is the final part of my update on the big picture for the second quarter of the year. In part 1 of this series, I reviewed the trends in financials, fossil fuels and electricity. This week, I take a look at renewables, food and fertilizer.

After that, some recent media updates. I have lots of media stuff going on related to the book, so stay tuned for more.

Feel free to send me your feedback; I love hearing from my readers.
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Profit from the Peak featured on TheStreet.com

June 25, 2008 at 7:00 am
Contributed by: Chris

My book was featured on TheStreet.com on Tuesday, along with a short article I wrote for them about the facts of peak oil, and how most of the media are still getting it wrong! Here it is.
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Washington Post web chat

June 25, 2008 at 7:00 am
Contributed by: Chris

I hosted a web chat on Monday at the Washington Post, along with my co-author Brian Hicks, to answer questions about energy. For those who are interested, here is the transcript.
–C
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The Big Picture on Q2 2008, Part 1

June 20, 2008 at 8:11 am
Contributed by: Chris

Folks,

Happy summer solstice! Is it warm enough for ya? I don’t know about where you live, but here on the West Coast we’ve had August temperatures already…

In this week’s column for Energy and Capital, I revisit the big picture on energy and finance for the second quarter.

On Monday (June 23rd), I will be hosting an online discussion group about oil for the Washington Post from 10am – 11am PST. I don’t have any further information about it at this time, but look for it at washingtonpost.com, and feel free to jump in with questions!

Next weekend, my book will be featured at TheStreet.com in their “Open Books” section.
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The Bulletin interview with Brian Hicks

June 20, 2008 at 7:59 am
Contributed by: Chris

Reposting a new interview with my co-author Brian Hicks about our book, by journalist Marc Kramer of The Bulletin.
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Radio interview on Issues Today, plus TOD review of my book

June 16, 2008 at 2:44 am
Contributed by:

Folks,

Just a quick update for you today:

First, my radio interview from May 27 on Issues Today radio is now online. You can download it here: Chris Nelder interview on Issues Today.

Second, my book was reviewed on TheOilDrum.com last week, and a pretty good discussion thread ensued. You can see it here: Robert Rapier’s review of Profit from the Peak

–C

The Impending Oil Export Crisis

June 11, 2008 at 5:29 am
Contributed by: Chris

Folks,
For those who are interested, my book was reviewed by Robert Rapier on The Oil Drum today, and a fairly interesting discussion ensued.

For this week’s Energy and Capital column, I finally got around to a topic I have long wanted to address: the impending net export crisis. It’s an important one, because it will hit us sooner and harder than the global production peak of oil.

–C
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It Takes Two to Contango

June 6, 2008 at 2:01 am
Contributed by: Chris

Folks,

First, a few updates:

I had two more television appearances this week, the first with Neil Cavuto on Fox Business and the second with the Australian Broadcasting Corp. I’m waiting for video clips, as well as audio clips of my radio interviews in the week(s) prior. So stay tuned for those.

My book Profit from the Peak continues to do well, having been #1 in the categories of “Books > Business & Investing > Investing > Commodities” and “Books > Business & Investing > Investing > Futures” for several weeks now. The publisher says it is continuing to sell well, and the total print run has now reached 25,000. If you haven’t picked up a copy yet, please do! It was also featured last weekend on The Oil Drum.

The world is certainly starting to feel the pain of high oil prices, from the pump to the grocery store. A shoutout to SF columnist Mark Morford for his excellent opinion piece on the subject, Stay home, read, have sex: Will insane gas prices finally pummel us into evolving? How bad will it get?

The question everybody seems to be asking right now is whether speculators are responsible for the recent run-up in oil prices, and if something should be done about it. My column for Energy and Capital this week attempts to answer it. Read on…
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