Kicking the Oil Addiction: Facts and Fiction

Andelman, David; Deutscher, Guy
June 2015
World Policy Journal;Jun2015, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p53
Academic Journal
The article discusses facts on the dependence of oil among nations dealing with the demand for fossil fuels, nuclear energy, and renewable energy sources in the global market. Topics include electricity storage and transmission, role of International Energy Agency (IEA), oil crisis in the Middle East, development of shale oil and gas in U.S., global warming, and environment aspects of climate change, dependence on fossil fuels, and uses of geothermal energy.


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