Peak Oil Newsletter
The Association for the Study of Peak Oil (ASPO) is an international network of scientists, affiliated with institutions and universities, having an interest in determining the date and impact of the peak and decline of the world's production of oil and gas, due to resource constraints.
The stated mission of the ASPO is to:
- Define and evaluate the world's endowment of oil and gas;
- Model depletion, taking due account of demand, economics, technology and politics;
- Raise awareness of the serious consequences for Mankind.
The ASPO publishes a monthly newsletter written by Dr. Colin Campbell, who founded the ASPO. Colin Campbell has over 40 years of experience in the oil industry. He earned a Ph.D. in geology from the University of Oxford in 1957, and has worked as a petroleum geologist in the field, as a manager, and as a consultant.
He has been employed by Oxford University, Texaco, British Petroleum, Amoco, Shenandoah Oil, Norsk Hydro, and Fina, and has worked with the Bulgarian and Swedish governments. His writing credits include two books and more than 150 papers.
- June 2008 ASPO Newsletter
- July 2008 ASPO Newsletter
- August 2008 ASPO Newsletter
- September 2008 ASPO Newsletter
- October 2008 ASPO Newsletter
- November 2008 ASPO Newsletter
- December 2008 ASPO Newsletter
- January 2009 ASPO Newsletter
- February 2009 ASPO Newsletter
- March 2009 ASPO Newsletter
- April 2009 ASPO Newsletter - Final Edition