Oil exports in 2020

The folks over at The Oil Drum have put together a comprehensive picture of world oil exports through 2020, based on data from British Petroleum’s own Statistical Review of World Energy and data collected by the Association for the Study of Peak Oil & Gas. The chart below sums up their complete findings:  Total Oil ...

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The folks over at The Oil Drum have put together a comprehensive picture of world oil exports through 2020, based on data from British Petroleum's own Statistical Review of World Energy and data collected by the Association for the Study of Peak Oil & Gas. The chart below sums up their complete findings: 

Total Oil exports from the assessed countries, including the projections for the 2006 - 2020 period.

The folks over at The Oil Drum have put together a comprehensive picture of world oil exports through 2020, based on data from British Petroleum’s own Statistical Review of World Energy and data collected by the Association for the Study of Peak Oil & Gas. The chart below sums up their complete findings: 

Total Oil exports from the assessed countries, including the projections for the 2006 – 2020 period.

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