5 Reasons Why It Is Now Impossible To Ignore Global Warming
Climate change is a strangely divisive topic. While it is a scientific certainty, there are many who look for ways to avoid reality. While this might have been possible at one point, it's become far too late to ignore global warming.
Wood Mackenzie: Global Peak Oil Demand Expected In 2036 | OilPrice.com
Energy consultancy Wood Mackenzie expects global peak oil demand to come around 2036 as EVs and autonomous vehicle are expected to dent demand for crude oil products
Coal Dead? Peak Oil Demand? Five Takes on Fossil Fuels' Future
For all the buzz around wind, solar and electric cars, energy company executives had plenty to say Tuesday about the continuing role of fossil fuels and nuclear power at the Bloomberg New Energy Finance Future of Energy Summit.
Peak Oil Demand Is A Slow-Motion Train Wreck
Peak oil demand has been a hot issue in the energy industry for years, but a recent report suggests that much of the debate around peak oil demand is missing the point
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Blockchain has emerged as a powerful ledger platform that reduces enormous complexities in the supply chain.
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Will oil demand peak soon? Here is the view from Saudi Arabia
RIYADH: Many of the chief executives of the world’s biggest oil companies see peak in demand for oil looming. This peak may happen, arguably, in only 20 years. However, for Saudi Arabia, the picture is rosier than this.Last week, the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman said during a panel at the Future Investment Initiative forum in Riyadh that he sees demand growing in the years 2030 to 2040.There will be new areas for oil demand in the future from compound industries and new forms of petrochemical industries that will use oil differently from the conventional way.
Developing nations are one of the central deciders of the peak oil demand debate
Oil demand: Beware the gap
Forget a peak – falling production from existing fields should be the market’s immediate focus
As Norway sells out of oil, suddenly fossil fuels are starting to look risky
Experts are not predicting the end of drilling quite yet: but the decision in Oslo has sharpened the debate over the future profitability of the industry
What will peak oil demand mean for refining?
With gasoline demand in the US, the largest gasoline market, forecast to decline from its 2017 peak, the outlook for refined product markets is unclear. We do
When Will Oil Demand Begin To Taper Off? | OilPrice.com
As energy analysts begin announcing their predictions for peak oil demand, crude oil may be heading toward a supply squeeze in the short term
Geopolitics Is Rearing Its Head Again In Oil
With Brent almost touching US$65/b and WTI within shot of US$60/b, this is cheer for the market, where most participants had resigned themselves to a prolonged period of US$50/b oil. There are several factors propelling this rise. OPEC 's insistence that its supply freeze is working is proving true; despite the rise in American production (and American exports hitting all-time highs), the OPEC deal appears to be slowly clearing out the global glut. And then there has been a re-emergence of something the market hasn’t seen in a while – geopolitical risk premium.