By Al Jazeera’s James Breen The world’s supply of oil has been running out for more than 20 years.
But that’s not the worst news.
The world is still running out of oil.
We’ve run out of gas and coal.
And that’s a huge problem.
We’re still in a period of energy transition.
That’s where we’re at now.
The rest of the planet is also struggling to meet our energy needs.
The Middle East is suffering from an energy crisis that could threaten the stability of the region and its neighbours.
But there is a bright spot.
The US is on track to meet its goals to reduce carbon emissions by 30 per cent in 2030.
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has called on the US to accelerate its efforts to curb global warming.
But for some countries, that means cutting back on subsidies for coal, gas and nuclear power.
This is happening as the global economy shifts towards renewables.
For example, in Australia, the government has decided to phase out subsidies for renewable energy, despite the fact that the renewable energy market is booming.
And the EU has announced a new policy that would limit subsidies for new coal and gas plants.
But we’re still a long way from achieving a world without fossil fuels.
That means that we are going to continue to have to look at other sources of energy.
Here’s a look at the most significant energy sources that will continue to be around in the years to come.
The Arctic The Arctic is one of the most biodiverse areas on Earth.
It’s home to a staggering array of marine life.
The largest mammals in the world, the polar bear, is a threat to many of the Arctic’s species.
Its population is threatened by climate change.
The last year was the second lowest in its history.
The United States is the biggest user of oil in the Arctic.
In 2017, it pumped $12 billion into the region.
In 2018, the US was the top user of energy in the region, with $14.6 billion in oil and natural gas imports.
The vast majority of the oil and gas is produced in Russia and Norway.
The other two largest oil producers in the country, Canada and the United States, are also major users of energy there.
In 2020, the U.S. exported $19.6bn worth of oil and $17.7bn worth from Russia.
The oil and the gas have come from shale plays in North Dakota, Montana and South Dakota.
These are in the Bakken region, which has been producing for over a century.
These deep underground formations have the potential to produce millions of barrels of oil per day.
In the past few years, there has been a dramatic increase in production from these shale plays.
The U.N. has estimated that the world could have enough oil and coal to power its entire economy by 2050.
But the oil reserves are not enough to meet the world needs.
So countries are turning to other sources.
In 2019, Saudi Arabia announced plans to build the world ‘s largest offshore oil and shale gas field.
The field will be located in the Red Sea, at the site of the giant Saudi Aramco oilfield.
This oilfield, located off the coast of Saudi Arabia, will be the world largest.
It will produce between 2.8 million and 3.2 million barrels of crude oil a day.
The project is estimated to be worth around $100 billion.
The Chinese state-owned company China National Petroleum Corporation is also planning to build an offshore oil field.
In 2022, the Chinese state company China Central Petroleum Corporation plans to begin operations of the massive South China Sea oil and liquefied natural gas (LNG) project.
The LNG project is set to produce between 200 million and 250 million barrels per day, making it the largest liquefaction project in the Pacific Ocean.
China is the world leader in LNG, and is responsible for more oil and LNG than any other country.
But it faces opposition from countries such as Vietnam, Indonesia and Malaysia.
The new project, however, will likely have more benefits for China than it will for the region as a whole.
China will now have an incentive to invest in developing the South China sea oil and oil sands.
This will allow it to control prices, make its products more affordable, and reduce its dependence on Middle East oil.
In order to make the project economically viable, it will need to be located offshore.
In fact, it may be possible to build a field with a maximum capacity of 1.8 billion barrels a day in the South East Asian region.
The country is also keen to develop offshore oil fields, in the Mediterranean Sea off the Libyan coast.
The Mediterranean Sea is also known as the “Black Sea”, and it is rich in oil.
This region has long been plagued by corruption and political instability.
But with the rise of globalisation and a growing middle class, there are now signs of the Middle East being a centre