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Energy view to 2035: the energy transition takes hold, what's next for commodities?

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Senior Product Manager David Brown answers three questions about what's driving the anticipated energy transition.

17 April 2018

Energy view to 2035: the energy transition takes hold, what's next for commodities?

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The term ‘energy transition’ is perhaps overused, but it does serve to describe the themes, trends and forecasts summarised in the 2018 edition of Wood Mackenzie's Energy View to 2035. The world is moving away from a fossil fuel dominated energy system, and towards one featuring greater consumption of electricity, more renewables, and lower CO2 emissions. But this new era won’t arrive overnight, or even in a single decade. The energy transition is a long-term story.

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Why buy this report?

As energy markets become more diverse and interconnected, integrated analysis on major energy trends is essential to inform long-term investment decisions and to envision the energy world of tomorrow. This report arms you with Wood Mackenzie’s cross-commodity dataset so that you can:

  • Understand major macroeconomic and demographic factors that will influence the scale of energy demand growth
  • Quantify how disruptive energy supply sources will impact demand for fossil fuels
  • Benchmark the when peak fossil fuel consumption will occur on a country and regional level