On Tuesday, December 18, 2001 11:52 AM Mike Lorrey firstname.lastname@example.org
> Furthermore, there does seem to be a degree of replenishment of oil in
> older fields. It is theorized that oil is mostly produced by
> extremophilic bacteria deep in the ground reacting with geothermal
> originated energy. There is a small but significant market for
> long abandoned wells to cheaply recover oil at lower production rates
> which has refilled the salt domes and sand strata where oil collects
> it percolates up.
I've heard this theory before, but I thought it was discredited when no
oil was found in places like Sweden. Am I wrong? Any recent [online]
references on this?
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