New fields may propel Americas to top of oil companies’ lists

New York Times: Brazil has begun building its first nuclear submarine to protect its vast, new offshore oil discoveries. Colombia's oil production is climbing so fast that it is closing in on Algeria's and could hit Libya's prewar levels in a few years. ExxonMobil is striking new deals in Argentina, which recently heralded its biggest oil discovery since the 1980s. Technology has made Canada's oil sands easier to tap in recent years, creating foreign interest as well as a demand for workers. Up and down the Americas,......

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