Exxon's Dangerous Energy Outlook

From ThinkProgress Wed Dec 12 2012, 16:30:20

by Lorne Stockman, via Oil Change International ExxonMobil recently issued its latest global energy projections in a report called the "2013 Outlook for Energy: a view to 2040." The report (pdf) is chock full of figures and graphs showing an inexorable rise in global energy demand and supply, as well as the growing market for [...]

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