Websites Dedicated to Peak Oil
: The grand-daddy of the peak oil websites. I don’t think it has been updated in a few years but there are
hundreds of articles on that site spelling out the magnitude of the problem. It’s ugly and hard to navigate (needs a serious redesign) but the
information is overwhelming.
: Probably the BEST
website for daily news concerning energy and peak oil issues. They
collect articles from all over the net and often have full articles from sites that require registration (so you don’t have to).
Life After the Oil Crash
: A very good site explaining things on a very basic level and in plain
English. Also has a collection of daily news.
: The Association for the Study of Peak Oil&Gas was started a few years ago by Dr. Collin Campbell. He and Matt
Simmons (see dbates’ post above) have been the two leading gurus trying to wake us up to the problem for literally years now.
Other good sites to visit
: Institute for the Analysis of Global Security for information on the geopolitics of oil.
: A New Zealand website about peak oil.
: another peak oil metadirectory.
Surviving Peak Oil
: A site dedicated to what you can do to prepare. Also has a library and bibliography of
good reference materials.
Websites with Mixed Content and Important Peak Oil Content
From the Wilderness
: Michael Ruppert has been following the peak oil story for
years and has a large collection of articles including those written by Dale Allen Pfeiffer.
: The energy page of this site tracks daily news and market effects of the
energy crunch. They have lots of very good information on economic news, energy markets and precious metals. (Their Storm Watch page was the
inspiration for my Great Depression thread.)
The Daily Kos
page on the peak oil issue.
Eating Fossil Fuels
: Just plain scary and should put to rest any notion
that biofuels will save us.
Joy Ride to Global Collapse
: Written in 1996!!
The Energy Racket
: more information than you can handle.
I’ll be adding to this list as I find more.
I encourage all members to do the same and keep this as the authoritative reference thread on peak oil.
I've made it a "sticky" at the top of the forum page.