'The rules of the game have changed': Is oil demand about to plateau or peak?

Michael Holder
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Has oil demand growth almost plateaued?
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Has oil demand growth almost plateaued?

Investment arm of Legal & General releases new research highlighting growing urgency of policy action to limit warming to 'well within' 2C

Global oil demand is currently on track to plateau over the next decade, but could start to fall as soon as the mid-2020s should more ambitious climate change policies start to bite, new research from...

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