Oil Spills Is An Insoluble And Non Renewable Sources Of Energy

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Oil, also known as petroleum, is an insoluble and non-renewable sources of energy used by a significant amount of people all around the world. According to the Energy Information Administration, U.S. Petroleum Consumption in 2001 mostly consist of gasoline (used to fuel cars), heating oil (used to heat buildings), diesel fuel, propane, residual fuel oil (powering factories, fueling large ships, and making electricity), and items that we come across every day (such as clothing, furnitures, kitchen items, cars, and even food). Although oil plays an important role in the human society, that does not prevent it from not causing problems. The environmental issue we will be discussing relates to oil spills, which is the release of a liquid petroleum hydrocarbon into the environment as a result of human activity. Every year, an innumerable number of spills occur and cause a massive ecological harm. America’s oil and gas industry averaged at least 20 spills per day in 2013. I believe that the prevention of such spills is essential for the wellbeing of all living specie on Earth. Companies must care for our environment and protect all living animals, plants, and human, since the petroleum’s chemical constituents are poisonous. The main reason why I chose to talk about oil spills is because both the immediate and long-term damage costs us lives, properties, and public natural resources; and that will have an economic impact all around the world.

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