What Are the Disadvantages of Oil?

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Some of the disadvantages of oil are that it is not a renewable energy. It takes millions of years to form and it causes pollution if it spills on land or water. It can also contains sulphur that when burns and combines with the atmospheric moisture forms a sulphuric acid that leads to acid rain.
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