Most of it came from the panhandle.https://www.eia.gov/dnav/pet/hist/LeafHandler.ashx?n=PET&s=MCRFPFL1&f=M
Looks like Florida once produced a decent amount of crude oil.
Thats bull, both sides partake equally. If you took most peoples googler away they couldn't even tell you a river that was polluted from mining in the last 100 years but they will tell you mining ruins rivers.No. The trend I'm referencing comes from years of paying attention.
Let's revisit something for a minute:How many of you are in the direct oil and gas industry? Not office workers, I mean in the field every day? I bet most of the people talking shit about it have only read about it. Oil is the blood of the earth, it’s not the bio waste everyone makes it out to be.
Tell me how to make solar panels or any alternative energy without petroleum.