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April 11th 2011:When Oil Peaked

Kenneth S. Deffeyes, emeritus professor of geology at Princeton University, former researcher for Shell Oil, and author of When Oil Peaked and Hubbert’s Peak: the Impending World Oil Shortage, joins ZOOM’D to offer a candid assessment of oil and energy realities in the world today—and coming tomorrow. In Hubbert’s Peak and Beyond Oil, Ken laid out a rationale for why world oil production would continue to follow a bell-shaped curve, with the peak occurring in 2005. Ken sees no reason to change his prediction, despite the global recession and oil price volatility. Continued depletion of oil fie

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Ken Deffeyes

Following in the path of his father, J. A. “Dee” Deffeyes, a pioneer of petroleum engineering, Ken Deffeyes collaborated with the best minds at Shell Oil. There, he met and befriended geophysicist M. King Hubbert, creator of the Hubbert’s peak theory. Ken’s career has included breakthrough work in geology, sedimentology, early computer programming, topographic mapping, and creation of Deffeyes’ diagram of natural water chemical equilibrium. He holds a BS in petroleum geology from the Colorado School of Mines and a PhD in geology from Princeton University, where he is now professor emeritus. He is author of four books including Hubbert's Peak: The Impending World Oil Shortage (2001), Beyond O
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