What is Peak oil?
"The term Peak Oil refers to the maximum rate of the production of oil in any area under consideration, recognising that it is a finite natural resource, subject to depletion."
The Association for the Study of Peak Oil&Gas
The main information flow goes via ASPO Secretary Mikael Höök. You can contact him using the details below, or via our contact form. Note that the time for answers of questions is limited, but we will try to do our best.
Dr Mikael Höök
If you want to contact ASPO President directly, you can do it using the contact details at the ASPO President page.
E-mail and mail
E-mails and mails to Colin Campbell will be forwarded.
This website (www.peakoil.net)
The site www.peakoil.net is the official web page for ASPO, the Association for the Study of Peak Oil&Gas. While most of the text is written by a person that normally speaks Swedish, you will find some mistakes in the language. Please let us know when you find something, and we will change the text as soon as possible.
ASPO is a network of scientists, affiliated with mostly institutions and universities, having an interest in determining the date and impact of the peak and decline of the world's production of oil and gas, due to resource constraints. The growing activity needs your support now, and if you would like to contribute, please let us know.