BP: Robust Adoption of Electric Vehicles Would Not Stop Oil Consumption Growth
Even a robust adoption of electric vehicles in the next 2 decades would not eliminate the growth of either global oil consumption or carbon emissions, BP Chief Economist Spencer Dale said at the rollout of the company’s 2018 Energy Outlook.
CERAWeek: Pumping the Brakes on Electric Vehicle Uptake
If a boom in electric vehicle sales takes place, a group of auto experts suggest it would represent a larger immediate threat to electricity supply than it would to oil demand.
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12 June 2018