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Chris Gilpin

Chris Gilpin

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

  • Renewed Oil Exploration Coming Up Short

    Published 28 March 2008 | viewed 2,289 times

    Since 2000, oil companies working in the U.S. have doubled the number of wells drilled per year - with a glaring lack of results. While…

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    Last year, Hugo Chavez kicked off another term as Venezuela's president by announcing all oil majors in the lucrative Orinoco region would be forced to…

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    The Casey Files The depletion of the world's cheap hydrocarbons is now a foregone conclusion. The timing of when this goes from being a nuisance…