Tag: Peak Oil Demand

  • Saudi Arabia: Shifting the Goal Posts

    By: Bassam Fattouh

    While the market has been focused on short-term issues such as OPEC’s success in rebalancing the market in 2018; its exit strategy after the expiry of the deal; and the risk that the market over-tightens, OPEC and its dominant player Saudi Arabia have been keen to shift the market focus towards the longer term. The […]

  • Peak Oil Demand and Long-Run Oil Prices

    By: Spencer Dale , Bassam Fattouh

    The prospect that global oil demand will gradually slow and eventually peak has created a cottage industry of executives and commentators trying to predict the point at which demand will peak. In this Energy Insight, we argue that this focus seems misplaced.  The date at which oil demand will stop growing is highly uncertain and […]

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