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Santa Barbara News-Press : California's offshore oil production has fallen by about 45 percent in the last 10 years, the state Department of Conservation says. In 1994, some 78.8 million barrels of oil were produced in state and federal waters, compared to 43.1 million barrels last year.

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California's offshore oil production has fallen by about 45 percent in the last 10 years, the state Department of Conservation says. In 1994, some 78.8 million barrels of oil were produced in state and federal waters, compared to 43.1 million barrels last year.


October 9, 2005 2:00 AM

California's offshore oil production has fallen by about 45 percent in the last 10 years,



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