Yes, really. You can't make this stuff up.
I'll only jump into the piece to point out that, as I frequently mention, the "12 million barrels a day" value Wile quotes is total liquids instead of crude oil & condensate. The actual crude oil projections from the EIA report Wile cites are 7.47 million barrels per day in 2013 and 8.428 in 2014.
But do examine the article for yourself, and marvel with awe at the rhetorical pretzels people twist themselves into just to be able to claim that "the Peak Oil people were wrong."