[P]roduction is likely to be below the exuberant forecasts from industry and government.
[The US Energy Information Administration's] predictions are wildly optimistic given the fundamentals of producing these hydrocarbons.
[T]he industry practice of fitting hyperbolic curves to data on declining productivity, and inferring lifetimes of 40 years or more, is too optimistic.
[I]ndustry must recognize that shale gas and oil are not cheap or inexhaustible [...]Wait. This sounds familiar.