Oil exports will stop

Chris Nelder : Author
The five nations responsible for half the world's oil supply - Iran, Norway, Russia, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates - are projected to be near net-zero exports - i.e., no more oil to sell - by 2031. Oil exports from all oil-producing nations are currently declining by 2.5% a year. Importing nations should expect this decline to continue and prepare now for the day when this highly sought commodity is no longer on the market. - ,