OIL

I need to product when oil will finish time (by years) for 6 countries if the keep their production (per day) in the same level. So, the 6 countries have fixed reserves and production 1. statistics for Bahrain Crude oil reserves (million barrels) = 124.6 be careful in million Crude oil production (per day)=49,160 2. statistics for Kuwait Crude oil reserves (billion barrels) =104 be careful in billion Crude oil production (per day) =2,797,000 3. statistics for Oman Crude oil reserves (billion barrels) =5.5 be careful in billion Crude oil production (per day) =923,800 4. statistics for Qatar Crude oil reserves (billion barrels) =25.38 be careful in billion Crude oil production (per day) =1,579,000 5. statistics for Saudi Arabia Crude oil reserves (billion barrels) =267.9 be careful in billion Crude oil production (per day) =11,730,000 6. statistics for UAE Crude oil reserves (billion barrels) =97.8 be careful in billion Crude oil production (per day) =3,213,000 Find how many years for oil to finish and plot them? Thanks

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