"In 2007, production from Elm Coulee averaged 53,000 barrels per day (8,400 m3/d) — more than the entire state of Montana a few years earlier."
In 2007, we used 20.1 million barrels per day.
United States Oil - consumption - Economy
Have we produced more oil that we used, therefore disproving Peak oil in the US? Not since 1970
Unrealistic expectations are one thing, reality is another. Peak oil does not mean we ran out of oil, it means we use more than we can produce.
And since this thread is about GW, how would burning more fossil fuels help reduce GW, even if they were available?