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Macro Oils long-term outlook H1 2019: Assessing risks and trends to 2040

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Understand what you need to watch in the oil market out to 2040, including:

  • Why we think US supply will reach a higher peak next decade than previously expected
  • How the growth of electric vehicles will impact demand
  • What’s happening in Iran and Venezuela, and how increased political risk will affect supply
  • How does the market plan to fill the 15 million b/d supply gap we expect by 2025?

What’s changed since our last report?

We’ve revised the forecast for non-OPEC suppy upward significantly, with the largest revision to the US Lower 48, where tight oil continues to outperform. We’ve also revised up the peak in US Lower 48 crude oil production and made changes to our Brent oil price outlook.

This report comes with charts and datasets, including this one, which forecasts the number of electric vehicle sales by region out to 2040.

Rising electric vehicle sales will have an impact on oil demand

31 May 2019

Macro Oils long-term outlook H1 2019: Assessing risks and trends to 2040

Report summary

Our H1 2019 long-term view to 2040 shows a significant upward revision to non-OPEC supply and to global demand. But the adjustments to non-OPEC outpace those to demand. We have revised the Brent oil price forecast downward by $1 to $5 per barrel for 2021-2028. Longer-term, global liquids demand reaches a plateau in 2035-2040. Fuel efficiency gains and electrification curb demand for transport fuels primarily in the OECD and China, slowing demand growth. This long-term outlook concludes: • US supply reaches a higher peak next decade than previously expected. • Although demand has been adjusted higher, the impact from EVs and fuel efficiency is still large. • The market needs higher-cost conventional production to fill the ‘supply gap’ • OPEC capacity growth is crucial to meet demand, even as political risk ramps up.

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Tables and charts

This report includes 3 images and tables including:

  • Year-on-year change in supply
  • Global liquids demand
  • US Lower 48 crude and condensate production outlook

What's included

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    Macro_oils_long_term_outlook_H1_2019_Data_download.xls

    XLS 1.71 MB

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    Macro Oils long-term outlook H1 2019 slidepack.pdf

    PDF 3.84 MB

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    Macro Oils long-term outlook H1 2019: Assessing risks and trends to 2040

    PDF 4.17 MB

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