Why is oil non-renewable?



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    Oil is non-renewable because it is being used at such a rate that it cannot replenish itself. Oil was formed over a process taking hundreds of millions of years from the remains of plants and animals (organic materials) that were buried and, under enormous pressure from the weight of the earth above and several hundred million years of time, allowed them to form oil (and similarly coal).

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