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5 days ago ... Crude oil and other liquids produced from fossil fuels are refined into ... The United States consumes more energy from petroleum than from ...

www.phmc.state.pa.us/portal/communities/energy/oil.html

Oil. Crude oil is a nonrenewable fossil fuel. It is formed when heat and pressure compressed the remains of prehistoric plants, animals, and aquatic life under the  ...

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Oil is used for heating and transportation -- most notably, as fuel for gas-powered vehicles. America's dependence on foreign oil has declined in recent years, ...

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Oil. In 2015, the United States got 36% of its energy from petroleum and experts project that the demand for this fuel will increase at least through 2020. In 2015 ...

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OIL. Definition. Oil, otherwise known as 'petroleum or crude oil', is a thick black liquid composed primarily of hydrogen and carbon. Oil also contains trace ...

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Oil is the largest source of energy in the United States, providing close to 40 percent of all of the nation's entire power needs. Though most oil is used for ...

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Information on Oil Energy, what is oil energy, how oil energy is produced how electricity is produced using oil energy, uses of oil energy, diadvantages of oil.

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Globally, petroleum supplies 32.5 percent of global energy use and was responsible for 35.3 percent of global carbon dioxide emissions in 2011. The crude oil ...

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May 17, 2015 ... Oil is a fossil fuel and liquid hydrocarbon used mainly for the ... Learn more about oil and all types of energy at www.studentenergy.org ...