The outlook for US transport fuels: a bumpy road ahead?

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31 March 2017

The outlook for US transport fuels: a bumpy road ahead?

Report summary

Wood Mackenzie presented our view on US transport fuels at a recent industry event in San Antonio, TX on March 20-21, 2017. The presentation covered the short to medium term outlook for gasoline, jet fuel and distillate demand. Trends have diverged across these fuels since oil prices fell, and the forecasts are equally bumpy as we look ahead. There is an element of uncertainty in each case, whether it be from regulation, consumer preference, or technology.

Table of contents

  • Global oil demand
    • Transport Fuels
      • Short term outlook
      • Medium term outlook
      • Risk
    • Distillate demand
      • Outlook
      • Risks
    • Jet fuel demand
  • Global outlook for transport fuels
  • Takeaways

Tables and charts

This report includes 12 images and tables including:

  • Growth in global oil demand & Global demand for main transports fuel
  • Global demand for main transport fuels
  • US gasoline demand, US distillate demand, & US jet fuel demand
  • The outlook for US transport fuels: a bumpy road ahead?: Image 3
  • US distillate demand & heating degree days in New England
  • US jet fuel demand and ASM & US jet fuel demand
  • Miles travelled & Fuel efficiency
  • US gasoline demand & US vehicle miles travelled
  • US working age population and licensed drivers & US Cafe Standards
  • US gasoline demand & US auto sales by segment
  • US distillate demand and industrial production & truck fuel efficiency
  • US distillate demand & Global marine bunker demand

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    The outlook for US transport fuels.pdf

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