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Is the world’s relentlessly growing petroleum supply finally past its peak? The International Energy Agency (IEA) reports that in the last week of April, the U.S. saw its first inventory drawdown after 17 straight weeks of increases. This was a pull-back from the highest reported stockpile of oil since the end of 1929, when the Great Depression was dragging down demand.

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