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In its 1995 assessment of total world oil supplies, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) estimated that about 3 trillion barrels of recoverable oil originally existed on Earth and that about 710 billion barrels of that amount had been consumed by 1995. Britannica There may be much larger quantities that are not "recoverable", depending on technology ...


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