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World Oil, established in 1916 as The Oil Weekly, is published monthly by Gulf Energy Information. For more than 100 years, World Oil has provided readers with coverage of the latest information and technological advances relating to the exploration, drilling, completion and production of offshore and onshore oil and gas.
World Oil’s mission is, “Defining Conventional, Shale and Offshore Technology for Oil and Gas.” World Oil readers are global, qualified upstream engineers, management, and operating professionals. World Oil brings buyers and sellers together through World Oil's superior, audited circulation and engaged online audience.
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