A Place Full of Oil
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A Place Full of Oil

by Tu Qingqing
(Chengdu, China)

Oil factory

Oil factory

Saudi Arabia is one of the most mysterious places in my mind. I haven't been to this place before, but our life has a good relationship with this oil place. In our everyday life, oil is used everywhere, such as providing power for cars, ships, planes, and other kinds of machines.

It is important for us, and Saudi Arabia is one of the places in the world which abounds in oil, and it also supplies to other countries. Because of the limitation of oil resources, the oil price is very expensive. I think that is why this country is so rich.

However, as mentioned above, the oil is limited and non-renewable. Therefore, Saudi Arabia should consider more to take good care of their precious resource.

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