Re: Boston, too
@bttlk, well said "we are not running out" of oil in the short term. In the long term, in the time frame of 100-150 years, we are running out of oil and the closer we get to this time frame, the faster the economics begin to change. For instance, the returns in energy gained from shale oil are lower then, the energy gains from drilling.
However, there is nothing to worry about because, the IT sector through IoT devices that improve the efficiency of energy production, storage and consumption, and alternative energy sources such as, solar energy, etc., have already started to make a lot of progress. It is amazing to ponder about the level of specialization that these technologies might gain 100 years from now.