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Oil shale, also known as shale rock, is a sedimentary rock that contains an organic material called kerogen, which can be converted to crude oil. Contrary to the name, oil shale does not contain any oil, but is made up of solid materials and has a fine-grain. Oil shale is found in huge volumes, but is difficult to develop.[1][2][3][4]

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