2nd ed. 2013, XXV, 411 p. 456 illus., 379 illus. in color.
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“If you are looking for an authoritative analysis of oil and gas depletion, minus caricature, clichés and political statements … then look no further than this book. … The Atlas will educate and inform those interested in the oil and gas industry’s future and the challenges it faces – be they existential or commercial. In particular, those professionals involved with policymaking, petroleum economics, history of the oil and gas business, academia and market analysis.” (Oilholics Synonymous Report, May, 2013)