LONDON, Jan 31 (Reuters) - On its journey from a well deep underground in the Middle East or Africa to a car exhaust thousands of miles away, oil spews out pollution on every step. Drilling for crude oil in the desert or in Nigeria and shipping it across oceans on tankers keeps the world on the move -- but adds to emissions that are harmful for people, wildlife and the planet. "Oil has many benefits and energy is necessary for all our activities," concluded a 2002 report on oil's health ...
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