Energy view to 2035: comparison with IEA, BP & XOM



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Report summary

Over the past two decades the world’s energy needs have grown markedly. But we now face a turning point in global energy demand. Wood Mackenzie, the International Energy Agency (IEA), BP and Exxon Mobil (XOM) all forecast demand growth to slow to half of what we have seen over the past two decades. The big question is how markets and the fuel mix will evolve. In this presentation, we compare Wood Mackenzie's View to 2035 with the IEA, BP and XOM. Our purpose is to identify key common themes, differentiators, and major risks for the global energy outlook. 

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    2016 Comparison Report.pdf

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    • Key common themes
    • Differentiators
    • Major risks for the global energy outlook

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