Tag: Future Trends

  • OIES Review of Long-Term Energy Demand

    By: Philip Barnes

    As the demand shows no sign of reduction in the rate of increase, it seems inevitable that the price must continue to rise until demand is reduced either by reduction in the number of motors used or by the introduction of other kinds of carburetting material. (Professor Vivian B. Lewes, ‘Oil fbel’, 19 13)

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