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Why can’t we produce more oil?

Posted on 09 November 2011

This week, the two rival powers of the oil market, OPEC and the IEA, will publish their new long-term forecasts. Among all the data backing up their competing visions for the future, observers will be looking for the answer to a very important question: Why can’t the world produce more crude oil?
After years of historically high prices, oil production has barely budged above its level of just over 80 million barrels a day reached in 2004………………………………………..Full Article: Source


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