Oil: Black Gold or Invisible Killer”

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Despite the importance of fossil fuels in general and oil in particular as basic drivers of all life activities such as transportation, industry and even agriculture, this importance emerges when countries are keen to ensure sufficient stocks of oil in the ground for future generations. The damage caused to humans as a result of the use of oil is countless. So, the whole world tend to search for other alternative sources of oil that achieve the quality of human life and preserve their rights on the one hand, and on the other hand, reassurance of the existence of non-mortal renewable energy sources for future generations.

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