BP: The world will run out of oil in November 2067

53 years and four months. That’s how long the world’s oil reserves will last, according to new numbers from oil company BP. But the extraction of shale oil could still prove a joker, writes USA Today.

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Around October or November 2067 the world will have run out of oil. That is the verdict from oil giant British Petroleum (BP) in its annual review of the global oil reserves, according to USA Today.

That gives us 53 years and four more months of oil. By then, one can only hope that alternative energy sources have truly taken over.

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