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In August 1942, during World War II, fuel oil stocks in Britain were falling. Some 3 MMbbl were held in storage depots across the country, only two months’ supply at wartime consumption rates. Luftwaffe raids had destroyed almost a million barrels, while oil tankers from America and the Middle East were being sunk by prowling U-boats.

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