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May 30th, 2006

Peak oil fears and hype, Part 2

Abstract:
Marc Sumerlin, a global economic consultant, notes that high oil prices have encouraged a new class of entrepreneurs and scientists, who are being funded in the quest for technological advancements. “Nanotechnology is improving battery life, which will make hybrid cars and solar electricity more realistic.”

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