The uncertainty is compounded by environmental regulations of the type discussed above that raise questions about peak demand.
Peak Demand Comes to Paris
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The theory is that substitution away from petroleum in the transportation sector and greater efficiency in the usage of what remains will slow demand growth to a crawl, and then a slow decline.
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