There has been a lot written lately about the coming demise of America’s suburbs. The general thesis is that without cheap fuels for cars, lawnmowers and heating, suburban living will become untenable.
The evidence is mounting that the U.S. might just encounter the first real crisis of the oil depletion age before the year is out.
Fuel prices alone are unlikely to bring America to its senses.
September 27 – October 3, 2007
News on the gasoline stockpile situation was delayed this week due to the Memorial Day holiday. As gasoline consumption figures over the long weekend won’t be available until the middle of next week, we may get a better insight into prospects for this summer then. While waiting, however, it seems […]