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Keith Fisher has spent some fifteen years researching and writing A Pipeline Runs Through It. He lives in Oxford.

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Fascinating revelations ... Fisher has performed a notable service. -- Max Hastings * Sunday Times *
Impressively weighty history ... a wonderfully detailed and colourful book. -- Steven Poole * Daily Telegraph *
Fisher is a diligent and thoughtful guide ... deeply researched and rich in detail ... a valuable contribution to deepening [our] understanding. -- Ed Crooks * Financial Times *
Offers a foretaste of almost everything that followed in the later 20th century ... Fisher narrates this hefty history with remarkable restraint. -- Barnaby Crowcroft * Literary Review *
A compelling read, crammed with eyewitness accounts, and an immensely valuable guide to a great and terrible industry. * The Economist *
Here, at last, is the book I have long been waiting for: an unsparing, comprehensive, and thoroughly documented history of the global oil industry and its pernicious influence on human society and the planet we inhabit... Essential reading. -- Michael Klare
A book that offers the reader a clear-eyed analysis of the global history of oil exploration and exploitation ... very deeply researched, wonderfully illuminating, penetrating in its analysis, and written with great verve. It is a gem of a book, a brave book, a book that will become indispensable in this field. -- Douglas Newton, author of THE DARKEST DAYS
Fisher's extensive research builds upon the foundations of global petroleum histories and then drills deeper to illuminate the intricate contexts of the origins to our oil addiction. A Pipeline Runs Through It is sure to spark some lively debates over the causes and outcomes of petroleum production through the ages. -- Stephen C. Cote, Ph.D., author of OIL AND NATION

Impressively researched and fun to read, A Pipeline Runs Through It provides our deepest understanding yet of oil's early decades, foreshadowing its rise into a vital strategic commodity that determined the fate of nations in the twentieth century.

-- John V. Bowlus, Lecturer and Researcher at Kadir Has University, Istanbul

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