Analysts say it’s no coincidence that the oil-refining industry has been booming for more than a decade.
It’s not that they’ve been making more and more of their own oil, it’s that they’re using less and less of it.
They’re moving their production to countries with better production and cheaper labor, and their profits are growing, but they’re still using more than 90 percent of their supply from the United States.
Analysts at Morgan Stanley and Wells Fargo predict that by the end of the year the United Kingdom will produce just under one-third of all the oil that it consumes.
The U.K. is one of the top oil exporters in the world, exporting $1.5 trillion worth of oil in 2015.
But the industry is struggling with high oil prices.
Oil has risen more than 6 percent in the last year.
That means the U.S. is now the second-largest oil importer in the European Union after Russia.
The boom in oil production has also left the United Arab Emirates with the third-highest reserves of crude in the entire world.
The country, which imports more than half of its oil, has made good on its promise to reduce its oil use and has increased production from its oil fields by 20 percent.
But many analysts worry that Saudi Arabia is not yet ready to take full advantage of its shale oil reserves.
“The oil and gas sector is still in its infancy,” said Scott R. Walker, senior energy analyst at Morgan Chase & Co. “It will take a while for it to become the dominant player.”
Oil-field jobs, however, are expected to rise as the industry matures.
The industry is also benefiting from increased drilling and fracking, which have become popular in recent years.
This is partly because the boom in fracking has pushed up oil prices, which has made drilling more expensive.
But there are also more drilling rigs in the field, which makes drilling more profitable.
The U.N. says oil-field work in Saudi Arabia has increased more than 60 percent in recent decades, from 1,000 workers in the early 1980s to 4,500 today.
That has led to an increase in production and also increased wages, according to a report by the Saudi government.
In the past five years, Saudi Arabia’s gross domestic product has more than doubled, from $8.7 billion to $13.7 trillion, according the United Nations.
A boom in shale oil has helped the country get back on its feet after the recession and a rise in oil prices has allowed the government to invest in infrastructure.
As for Saudi Arabia, it has become a major global producer.
The kingdom is the world’s second-biggest crude producer after the U, and exports more than $1 trillion worth every year.
But it has struggled to balance its budget.
It has already cut its oil output by nearly 40 percent from last year and is now spending more than 80 percent of its income on imports.
It has also faced political pressure from foreign countries to cut production and has been criticized by its own population for cutting back on religious practices, which is not allowed under Saudi law.
Last year, the kingdom imposed a tax on food imported from the West.
That was designed to discourage Western food imports.
The measure came just days after Saudi Arabia introduced a new tax on non-essential goods.
Saudi Arabia has said that it has enough money to meet the current budget deficit until the end (of 2021).
The government hopes that the economic recovery will allow it to return to the world stage and that the new tax will encourage companies to move their operations abroad.
But analysts say that there is still a long way to go before the country is ready to make up its own mind about whether to cut back on oil production and become more reliant on foreign supplies.
“This is the first step, but there are a lot of hurdles to be cleared before we can move on to the next step,” said Raghunathan Rao, a professor of economic development at the London School of Economics.
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