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Ken Deffeyes: Person DB Profile

This profile page summarizes all known activity of the person Ken Deffeyes related to Biofuels. This person may have appeared in articles supporting this topic, against it, or in a separate context: this biographical entry simply demarks this person as appearing in content suggesting contextual association with Biofuels.


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All Media Count   6
News Count (W/Clustered)   3 (50.00%)
Distinct Stories   3
Blog Count   2 (33.33%)
Tweet Count   0 (0.00%)
Shared Tweet Count   0
Links Tweeted   0
Combined Tone   1.13
Combined Polarization   7.08
Combined Activity   1.46
Combined Personalization   1.46
News Tone   1.32
Blog Tone   0.83
Tweet Tone   0
First Seen   9/21/2011
Last Seen   4/6/2013
News/Social Ratio  50.00%
Attention/Loyalty  4 / 2928 days (0.14%)

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Documentaries/Movies
20.00% (1)
Legislation
80.00% (4)
Project
100.00% (5)


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Related People

The following names occur in articles mentioning this person:

Ken Deffeyes   83.33% (5)
Chris Nelder   33.33% (2)
M King Hubbert   33.33% (2)
Jean Laherrre   16.67% (1)
Nick Butler   16.67% (1)

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Related Organizations

The following organizations occur in articles mentioning this person:

Peak Oil   50.00% (3)
Bp Energy Outlook   33.33% (2)
Royal Dutch Shell   33.33% (2)
Global Oil Demand Growth   33.33% (2)
Google   16.67% (1)

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Related Worldwide Cities

The following cities worldwide occur in articles mentioning this person:

Brent, Ontario, Canada   33.33% (2)
Hubert, Texas, United States   16.67% (1)
Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa   16.67% (1)
Citi, Portuguesa, Venezuela   16.67% (1)
Houston, Texas, United States   16.67% (1)

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Related Countries
The following countries occur in articles mentioning this person:
Canada   16.67% (5)
Russia   16.67% (4)
China   16.67% (4)
Saudi Arabia   16.67% (3)
United States   16.67% (3)

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Related Global Regions

The following regions worldwide occur in articles mentioning this person:

Ontario, Canada   33.33% (2)
Portuguesa, Venezuela   16.67% (1)
Balochistan, Pakistan   16.67% (1)
Kyoto, Japan   16.67% (1)
Abruzzo, Italy   16.67% (1)

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Related US States

The following US states occur in articles mentioning this person:

California, United States   33.33% (2)
Texas, United States   33.33% (2)
Oregon, United States   33.33% (2)
Utah, United States   16.67% (1)
New York, United States   16.67% (1)

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Outlet Location Countries
This person is mentioned in articles from outlets in these countries:
Australia   16.67% (1)
United States   16.67% (1)




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Top News Outlets

This person tends to be mentioned in articles from the following news outlets:

Econbrowser.Com   16.67% (1)
Energybulletin.Net   16.67% (1)
Resilience.Org   16.67% (1)

Top Blogs

This person tends to be mentioned in articles from the following blogs:

Marginalrevolution.Com   16.67% (1)
Stirling-Westrup-Tt.Blogspot.Com   16.67% (1)





News Articles

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Peak oil - Mar 29

...... started piling up the world had been scoured many times over in the quest for the ultimate bounty , gushers of light sweet crude So former oil geologists like Colin Campbell and Ken Deffeyes started ringing the alarm bell Hey they shouted at the top of their lungs , we can't maintain this flow of oil forever Even if we use all the non-conventional sources like tar sands , ......

(558 words by resilience.org)
(03/29/2013)
Project
Tone: 1.84%
Pol: 7.53%
Act: 23.41%
Per: 1.34%
Que: 12.50%
Exc: 12.50%

Energy supplies and climate policy | Energy Bulletin

...... to a slower pace after the Iranian Revolution for this reason , I will start the curve fits a few years after the revolution the approach I use here was popularized by Ken Deffeyes in two very interesting books , Hubbert Peak and Beyond Oil the technique is called Hubbert linearization , in honor of the geophysicist King Hubbert , who first used it for this purpose In ......

(3366 words by energybulletin.net)
(05/07/2012)
Legislation
Project
Documentaries/Movies
Tone: 1.44%
Pol: 5.66%
Act: 25.06%
Per: 1.38%
Que: 4.63%
Exc: 0.00%

Econbrowser: More thoughts on peak oil

...... Yergin However , for conventional oil production--meaning traditional onshore and offshore production--we're probably near some peak By the way , the peak notion came from Ken Deffeyes Prof emeritus of Geology At Princeton , still the best oil supply forecaster from the last decade , all things considered Oil sands can continue to expand , but historically have not been ......

(7304 words by econbrowser.com)
(09/21/2011)
Legislation
Project
Tone: 0.70%
Pol: 7.38%
Act: 24.49%
Per: 1.79%
Que: 7.48%
Exc: 1.25%





Blog Posts

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...... system that this has been absorbed with so little effect Reply the inflection point is the data can be perceived by simple visual inspection It occurs in Q , just as Ken Deffeyes predicted Considered From - , the industry saw trn in upstream spend , and the oil supply increased by mbpd From to , the oil supply all liquids ......

(2922 words by marginalrevolution.com)
(04/06/2013)
Legislation
Project
Tone: 1.53%
Pol: 8.31%
Act: 25.67%
Per: 1.36%
Que: 10.96%
Exc: 1.37%

TranshumanTech: [tt] (smartplanet.com) Oil majors are whistling past the graveyard

...... Reply Flag - Votes - Nelder hyped counter-hype again Mr Nelder does indeed regularly point out that peak oil is not end oil , as have Ken Deffeyes and others Both devotees and opponents continue to make this mistake in about equal proportions , and so he will have to continue to do so for many years to come Unfortunately , in his deeply ......

(9263 words by stirling-westrup-tt.blogspot.com)
(03/29/2013)
Legislation
Project
Tone: 0.13%
Pol: 6.51%
Act: 22.68%
Per: 1.44%
Que: 10.41%
Exc: 2.45%





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