World's oil supply

This applauds the article by Richard Duncan (OGJ, May 26, 2003, p. 18) which affirms in lucid terms the undeniable fact that the world's supplies of the oil that makes possible and sustains the styles and qualities of life to which the developed countries are accustomed, and to which others aspire, are by now on the threshold of their inevitable decline.

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