Axios: "The Case Against Imminent Peak Oil Demand"
An article that debates the timing of peak oil demand cites RFF's 2023 Global Energy Outlook.
The other side: There's no consensus, but some analysts call the late 2020s or early 2030s very possible.
- For instance, the International Energy Agency recently projected demand growth will slow "markedly" in the next few years, with a peak "in sight before the end of this decade."
Of note: Think tank Resources For the Future does yeoman's work in comparing what various analysts project.
Report — Mar 28, 2023
Global Energy Outlook 2023: Sowing the Seeds of an Energy Transition
RFF's annual Global Energy Outlook report examines a range of projections for the global energy system, summarizing key implications for global energy consumption, emissions, and geopolitics.
Working Paper — Feb 22, 2024
China’s Nationwide CO2 Emissions Trading System: A General Equilibrium Assessment
This working paper offers a dynamic general equilibrium assessment of China's tradable performance standard for carbon dioxide emissions.
Common Resources — Feb 22, 2024
Modeling Deep Decarbonization in the Industrial Sector: Opportunities and Challenges for Modelers and Policymakers
Decarbonizing the industrial sector is a growing priority. To help produce models with high-quality data that inform policy, transparency and dialogue should be fostered among modeling colleagues, policymakers, and the modeling community.