You can see this ad (in pdf format) here.
The world consumes two barrels of oil for every barrel discovered.
You can see this ad (pdf too) here.
Many of the world’s oil and gas fields are maturing. And new energy discoveries are mainly occurring in places where resources are difficult to extract—physically, technically, economically, and politically. When growing demand meets tighter supplies, the result is more competition for the same resources. [...]
Fossil fuels also exist in unconventional forms—hydrocarbons contained in oil-sands, and even shale are believed to have more energy content than all the oil in Saudi Arabia. The catch is that it may currently take more energy and may cost more to extract and produce oil from some of these unconventional forms than would be gained.
We'll have to wait and see how much action will follow this, but admitting publicly that there is a problem sure beats burying your head in the sand, I suppose. But until we see more concrete changes, I'm filing this under "almost".