The Age of Oil by Leonardo Maugeri
What They Don't Want You to Know About the World's Most Controversial Resource

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Oil is the most vital resource of our time. The oil industry is marked by booms and busts, this volume examines the reasons behind these fluctuations and how the future of the oil business has never looked better - contrary to what many consumers are led to believe."The Age of Oil" presents a controversial, yet surprisingly different perspective on the oil industry, as well as debunking the main myths surrounding oil in our time. It also addresses whether we are indeed running out of oil, and examines the role of "black gold" in the world economy and today's geopolitical conflicts.This is a must-read volume for anyone who wants to understand the full story of oil and its impact on modern society, and its role in our future.

About Leonardo Maugeri

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Leonardo Maugeri is Group Senior Vice President, Stratgeies and Development, for the Italian energy company Eni, the sixth-largest publicly listed oil company in the world.
Published November 1, 2007 by Lyons Press. 376 pages
Genres: History, Computers & Technology, Education & Reference, Science & Math, Business & Economics, Nature & Wildlife.