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Submission + - The Atlantic: What if we never run out of oil? (theatlantic.com)

symbolset writes: The Atlantic is running an indepth article on energy. The premise is that there remain incalculable and little-understood carbon fuel assets that far outweigh all the fossil fuels ever discovered, lists them and discusses their potentials and consequences fiscal and environmental.

On a related note, today the US Geological Survey more than doubled their estimate of Bakken shale oil reserve in North Dakota and Montana to 7.4-11 billion barrels.

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The Atlantic: What if we never run out of oil?

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