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Why is oil worse today?

Why is oil worse today?

Surprisingly, even if consumption of oil is kept constant, the ecological impact over time still increases. Due to the energy required for extraction of less-accessible oil and transportation to a larger number of remote locations, the average modern barrel of oil carries a larger carbon debt and ecological footprint than a barrel in 1950.

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