How real is the peak in US gasoline demand?

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22 March 2016

How real is the peak in US gasoline demand?

Report summary

Linda Giesecke had the honour of presenting at the AFPM (American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturers) 2016 Annual Meeting in San Francisco on March 14. In her presentation “How Real is the Peak in US Gasoline Demand?”, she covers the short- and medium-term outlook as well as various risks to the US gasoline demand forecast.

Table of contents

  • Executive Summary
    • Short-term outlook
    • Long-term outlook
    • Risk to gasoline forecast

Tables and charts

This report includes 10 images and tables including:

  • US gasoline demand (000 b/d)
  • US retail gasoline prices, all grades ($/gallon)
  • US total demand by major product: quarterly year-on-year growth
  • US total demand forecast by major products: annual growth
  • US light vehicle stock (million)
  • US gasoline demand (million b/d)
  • Vehicle miles traveled: annual growth
  • Light vehicle fuel efficiency: annual growth
  • US light vehicle sales: annualized, seasonalized
  • CAFE fuel efficiency standards (miles per gallon)

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