Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Exxon Has An Oil Shortage

Increasing oil output has become daunting for energy companies such as Exxon, because big oil fields in easy to reach locations have gotten scarce, and government-controlled oil companies from countries such as Russia and China have become more aggressive, spending freely to outbid Western firms for the rights to the best projects.

There are other obstacles to production growth, including depletion of existing oil fields, which generally lose 5% to 7% of their output per year, according to analysts.

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