World oil supply: from famine to glut

Blickstein, Jay
June 1984
Popular Science;Jun84, Vol. 224 Issue 6, p54
Reports on an increase in supply of petroleum oil in the United States. Attribution of the increased supply of oil to the increased usage of renewable energy resources; Number of commercial scale wind generators with a total generating capacity of 300 megawatts in California.


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