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ralfy wrote:What is meeting that difference is production from non-conventional sources.
kublikhan wrote:Divided that by 6 years and you get a pathetic 0.07% increase per year.
It's not the same data. I was looking at yearly c&c changes, you just linked to monthly total oil supply changes.meemoe_uk wrote:Nope same data.
Nice. I'll repeat this again for you: We were looking at 2 different data sets. I was looking at yearly c&c changes, you were looking at monthly total oil supply changes. But if you want to look at monthly total oil supply that is fine with me. Lets look at that shall we? We don't even need to go back 30 years, how about just a few years ago? The period on your graph that you are talking about is roughly:meemoe_uk wrote:And if you can't see an upwards trend since 2009, coupled with the knowledge that the middle east oil bonanza is starting to flow, then I can't help you. Graphs are spose to make it easy for people who can't understand numbers, but you can't see it. So no amount of my numbers or reasoning will help you.
We can use whatever intervals you like. I still don't see the data supporting your assertion.meemoe_uk wrote:That's part of your fail. Using your carefree method, why not derive conclusions from 1 month and 100 year intervals?
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