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Hubbert's peak

20 August 2003

The fact that prices haven’t fallen since the war has encouraged some doomsday theories, such as the notion that production may have peaked. These are intriguing, but mundane reasons, such as terrorist attacks in Iraq and Saudi intervention, may be more pertinent.

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