Oil is a key ingredient in making good food and a source of nutrition for most people, but it’s also an industrial commodity.
The oil companies have a vested interest in selling the world’s oil, and they’ve invested billions in research and development to make it.
So the question becomes: What are we getting out of this oil boom?
We’ve learned that the answer is a lot of good for the environment, but there’s also a lot more bad.
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They have an interest in keeping the price of oil high, because that will make them richer and more powerful.
But the planet is being harmed by this oil-fueled energy boom.
The US government estimates that the oil boom will destroy as much as 40% of the world crop yields, and about 30% of all freshwater species.
The world’s oceans are already in trouble, and global climate change will only make things worse.
There’s been a lot written about how the oil industry has been involved in climate change denial, and it’s worth pointing out that the world is now on track to reach a dangerous tipping point.
The number of people who die each year due to CO2-related diseases is projected to increase by 60% in the next 40 years, and more than 90% of those deaths are due to climate change.
According to the UN’s World Meteorological Organization, the world has already exceeded its capacity to deal with the climate crisis.
And the oil giants are still fighting to keep prices high.
The industry is not alone in the fight against climate change; there’s a lot happening in the energy sector that’s directly connected to it.
In January, the US government announced plans to close two of the largest oil refineries in the world.
The shuttering of the Marcellus and Utica oilfields in the region is the result of climate change and the increased risk of flooding from global warming.
The same goes for the two refineries that are located in the Bakken region of North Dakota, which will shut down next year.
These refineries are crucial to the industry because they are the main supply chain for a lot to the rest of the US.
The Bakken oil industry produces about 90% in-situ oil, but most of that comes from the gas-to-liquids pipeline system that connects the refineries to the refinery.
The pipelines themselves are highly polluting.
The methane released by the pipelines is 50 times higher than what’s emitted from cars and trucks.
In 2017, the Bakke gas industry exported about $5.7 billion worth to the US, which is roughly 40% more than the total US exports in 2016.
The closure of these two refiners will have a big impact on the US oil industry.
The United States imports about $12 billion worth in oil a year, and this is mostly from the two big refineries.
But that’s still less than the value of all the US exports to Europe, the European Union, Japan, and India combined.
The reason for the difference is that the US has a different system of trade.
Most of the oil is shipped by rail, and then transported by tanker.
The rail system is far more efficient than the tanker system, so that means a lot less waste goes to landfills.
But in addition to that, the rail system also has an environmental impact, since it transports the oil to refineries around the country.
That means that the infrastructure needed to move the oil around the US will be built, which means that more oil is being shipped, and fewer refineries will be able to get to the market.
This also means more pollution.
Oil is also a source for toxic chemicals.
One of the major ways the oil-industry has been trying to get around these emissions is through a process called “carbon capture and storage.”
Carbon capture and capture (CCS) is a process where carbon is captured from the air, used as fuel, or used to make plastics.
A lot of the environmental problems associated with carbon capture and sequestration come from its carbon emissions, so this is an important issue for the oil and gas industry.
There are two major CCS projects currently in the works in the US: the Trans-Alaska Pipeline and the North Dakota Pipeline.
In North Dakota alone, there are approximately 6,000 miles of pipeline that go to refiners.
That’s an enormous amount of transportation, which makes it an environmental problem.
One major problem with the pipeline system is that it’s extremely inefficient.
The pipeline system has to be constantly maintained to handle the amount of oil it takes to transport the oil from the Bakkes to the refiners, which adds another 20-30 years to the pipeline’s lifespan.
The second major problem associated with CCS is that there are very few refineries with enough capacity to handle it. This means