To learn more about the history of oil:
• Black B., Petrolia, the Landscape of America's First Oil Boom, The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, 2000.
• Yergin D., The Prize, Simon & Schuster, New York 1991.
To learn more about discovery and exploitation of oil and natural gas:
• Conaway C. F., The Petroleum Industry. A Nontechnical Guide, PennWell, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1999.
• Hyne N. J., Nontechnical Guide to Petroleum Geology, Exploration, Drilling and Production, PennWell, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1995.
• Campbell C. J., The Coming Oil Crisis, Multi-science Publishing, Brentwood, England, 1988.
• Deffeyes K. S., Hubbert's Peak, the Impending World Oil Shortage, Princeton University Press, Princeton, 2001.
• Leffler W. L., Pattarozzi R., Sterling G., Deepwater Petroleum Exploitation & Production: A Nontechnical Guide, PennWell, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 2003.
• All About Petroleum, brochure from American Petroleum Institute, available at http://api-ec.api.org
• American Petroleum Institute (API): http://www.api.org
Oil and natural gas statistics on production, reserves and uses.
• Oil Information 2005, International energy Agency, Paris, 2005.
• Natural Gas Information 2005, International Energy Agency, Paris, 2005.
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