The Oil Drum was a website devoted to analysis and discussion of energy and its impact on society. The Oil Drum was published by the Institute for the Study of Energy and Our Future, a Colorado non-profit corporation. The site was a resource for information on many energy and sustainability topics, including peak oil, and related concepts such as oil megaprojects, Hubbert linearization, and the Export Land Model. The Oil Drum had over 25 online contributors from all around the globe. In 2013, the site ceased publishing new articles. As of 2015, the site continues to function as an archive.

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  • The Oil Drum était un groupe de discussion interactif anglophone sur le Web traitant des questions énergétiques, du pic pétrolier et de durabilité. Son nom désigne aussi la communauté de personnes animant le groupe de discussion au travers de billets traitant des questions énergétiques et de leurs divers impacts sur nos sociétés. The Oil Drum est soutenu par l’Institute for the Study of Energy and Our Future, une organisation américaine à but non lucratif basée au Colorado. Le site Web de The Oil Drum est une source d’information riche sur de nombreux sujets liés à l’énergie et à la durabilité, y compris le pic pétrolier, et des sujets connexes comme les mégaprojets pétroliers (en), la linéarisation de Hubbert et le modèle des pays exportateurs. The Oil Drum possédait plus de 25 contributeurs réguliers à travers le monde. En 2007, The Oil Drum a été classé comme l’un des cinq meilleurs blogs au monde sur la durabilité par Nielsen NetRatings, et il est lu par de nombreuses personnalités publiques, y compris américaines, par exemple Paul Krugman. En 2008, le site a reçu le prix Marion King Hubbert pour l’excellence de son contenu pour la formation sur le domaine de l’énergie de la part de l’Association for the Study of Peak Oil and Gas (ASPO). The Oil Drum a été créé en mars 2005 par Kyle Saunders (sous le nom "Prof. Goose"), un professeur en sciences politiques de l’Université d'État du Colorado, et Dave Summers (sous le nom "Heading Out"), un professeur d’ingénierie minière de l’université scientifique et technique du Missouri (en). Il a acquis une certaine audience à la suite de sa couverture des conséquences des ouragans Katrina et Rita sur la production de pétrole et de gaz aux États-Unis. Depuis lors, l’équipe de contributeurs s’est peu à peu étoffée, et le site a été reconnu pour le sérieux et la rigueur de ses analyses quantitatives au sujet de la production et de la consommation d’énergie. Un exemple typique est l’analyse faite par l’ancien éditeur Stuart Staniford de la déplétion du champ de pétrole supergéant Ghawar, en Arabie saoudite (Niveaux de déplétion dans Ghawar (en)). Ce groupe de discussion s'est dissous et a arrêté ses publications en septembre 2013. (fr)
  • The Oil Drum è un sito web in lingua inglese dedicato all'analisi e alla discussione dell'energia e del suo impatto sulla società. The Oil Drum è pubblicato dallo Institute for the Study of Energy and Our Future, una organizzazione no-profit del Colorado.Il sito offre informazioni su diversi temi legati all'energia e allo sviluppo sostenibile, fra cui il petrolio, il picco di Hubbert e le sue conseguenze economiche. The Oil Drum ha oltre 25 contributori online da tutte le parti del mondo. The Oil Drum è stato giudicato fra i migliori cinque blog del 2007 nell'ambito dello sviluppo sostenibile da Nielsen Netratings, e viene letto da un insieme eterogeneo di figure pubbliche, fra cuiRoscoe Bartlett,Paul Krugman,James Howard Kunstler,Richard Rainwater,e i Radiohead.Nel 2008 il sito ha ricevuto il premio M. King Hubbert Award for Excellence in Energy Education dalla sezione statunitense della Association for the Study of Peak Oil and Gas. The Oil Drum fu creato nel Marzo del 2005 da Kyle Saunders (username "Prof. Goose"), un professore di scienze politiche presso la Colorado State University, e da Dave Summers (username "Heading Out"), un professore di ingegneria mineraria presso la Missouri University of Science and Technology.Il sito ha cominciato a guadagnare popolarità dopo la sua copertura dell'impatto degli uragani Katrina e Rita sulla produzione di petrolio e gas.Da allora il sito è diventato famoso per le rigorose analisi quantitative della produzione e del consumo di energia.Un esempio notevole è l'analisi dell'impoverimento del giacimento di Ghawar compiuta dall'ex redattore Stuart Staniford (Depletion Levels in Ghawar). Il sito è nato utilizzando la piattaforma Blogger ed è successivamente migrato alle piattaforme Scoop e quindi a Drupal. (it)
  • The Oil Drum was a website devoted to analysis and discussion of energy and its impact on society. The Oil Drum was published by the Institute for the Study of Energy and Our Future, a Colorado non-profit corporation. The site was a resource for information on many energy and sustainability topics, including peak oil, and related concepts such as oil megaprojects, Hubbert linearization, and the Export Land Model. The Oil Drum had over 25 online contributors from all around the globe. In 2013, the site ceased publishing new articles. As of 2015, the site continues to function as an archive. The Oil Drum was rated one of the top five sustainability blogs of 2007 by Nielsen Netratings, and was read by a diverse collection of public figures, including Roscoe Bartlett, Paul Krugman, James Howard Kunstler, Richard Rainwater, and Radiohead. In 2008, the site received the M. King Hubbert Award for Excellence in Energy Education from the U.S. chapter of the Association for the Study of Peak Oil and Gas (ASPO). The Oil Drum was started in March 2005 by Kyle Saunders (username "Prof. Goose"), a professor of political science at Colorado State University, and Dave Summers (username "Heading Out"), a professor of mining engineering at Missouri University of Science and Technology (then known as University of Missouri-Rolla). The site first rose to prominence following its coverage of the impact of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita on oil and gas production. The staff grew by dozens and became well known for rigorous, quantitative analysis of energy production and consumption. A notable example is former editor Stuart Staniford's analysis of the depletion of Saudi Arabia's Ghawar oil field (Depletion Levels in Ghawar). The site started out on the Blogger platform, moved to Scoop in August 2005, and to Drupal in December 2006. In 2013, The Oil Drum announced that it would stop publishing new content and would turn into an archive resource. Reasons cited for this change include server costs and a dwindling number of contributors of high-quality content. Other sources claimed that the site was archived to prevent further embarrassment to contributors as global oil production continued to increase. (en)
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  • The Oil Drum è un sito web in lingua inglese dedicato all'analisi e alla discussione dell'energia e del suo impatto sulla società. The Oil Drum è pubblicato dallo Institute for the Study of Energy and Our Future, una organizzazione no-profit del Colorado.Il sito offre informazioni su diversi temi legati all'energia e allo sviluppo sostenibile, fra cui il petrolio, il picco di Hubbert e le sue conseguenze economiche. The Oil Drum ha oltre 25 contributori online da tutte le parti del mondo. (it)
  • The Oil Drum était un groupe de discussion interactif anglophone sur le Web traitant des questions énergétiques, du pic pétrolier et de durabilité. Son nom désigne aussi la communauté de personnes animant le groupe de discussion au travers de billets traitant des questions énergétiques et de leurs divers impacts sur nos sociétés. The Oil Drum est soutenu par l’Institute for the Study of Energy and Our Future, une organisation américaine à but non lucratif basée au Colorado. Le site Web de The Oil Drum est une source d’information riche sur de nombreux sujets liés à l’énergie et à la durabilité, y compris le pic pétrolier, et des sujets connexes comme les mégaprojets pétroliers (en), la linéarisation de Hubbert et le modèle des pays exportateurs. The Oil Drum possédait plus de 25 contribute (fr)
  • The Oil Drum was a website devoted to analysis and discussion of energy and its impact on society. The Oil Drum was published by the Institute for the Study of Energy and Our Future, a Colorado non-profit corporation. The site was a resource for information on many energy and sustainability topics, including peak oil, and related concepts such as oil megaprojects, Hubbert linearization, and the Export Land Model. The Oil Drum had over 25 online contributors from all around the globe. In 2013, the site ceased publishing new articles. As of 2015, the site continues to function as an archive. (en)
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