Also if I remember correctly...
Last week the estimated coal reserves on the planet were 900 billion
Today the estimated coal reserves on the planet are 3900 billion...thats an extra 3000 billion in just norway!
Oil could be in such quantities around here somewhere aswell!
1. Those coal reserves are under the north sea and won't be accesible for another 30 years at best, and they are inaccesible with current technology
2. The largest oil field in the world is the Ghawar Oil Field in Saudi Arabia, it is very unlikley we will ever find more oil than has existed there, at least 100 billion barrels, with about 40 billion remaining.
3. Most Petroleum geologists believe that 90% of the oil that can be recovered, has been discovered, it doesn't matter if we find 20 trillion barrels of oil in a field that's 20,000 feet under the ocean, because we'll never be able to recover it.
4. Oil fields take 10 years from discovery to the first drop reaching your gas tank.