Iea world oil demand

Since its inception in 1983, the IEA's Oil Market Report (OMR) has become recognised as one of the world’s most authoritative and timely sources of data, forecasts and analysis on the global oil market – including detailed statistics and commentary on oil supply, demand, inventories, prices and refining activity, as well as oil trade for OECD and selected non-OECD countries. World oil demand growth, 2018-2024 for selected countries : China, India, Middle East, Rest of the World Global oil demand in the third quarter of 2019 grew by 1.1 million barrels a day, more than double the 435,000 barrels a day in the previous quarter, according to the latest report from the

13 Feb 2020 The first quarter of 2020 will mark the first time in more than a decade that global demand for oil actually declines, the International Energy  14 Feb 2020 Global oil demand has been hit hard by the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) and the widespread shutdown of China's economy. Demand is now  13 Feb 2020 IEA expects oil demand to fall in the first quarter of 2020 before rebounding in the second quarter. It cut its full-year global growth forecast to  11 Mar 2020 The International Energy Agency downgraded its February oil demand forecasts amid the continued spread of coronavirus, anticipating a  13 Feb 2020 “The consequences of Covid-19 [the coronavirus] for global oil demand will be significant,” the IEA said on Thursday. In China, the world's 

9 Mar 2020 World oil demand is expected to fall this year for the first time since 2009 will fall for first time since 2009 because of the coronavirus, IEA says.

18 Feb 2020 The International Energy Agency (IEA) has cut its oil demand growth forecast for the year as the coronavirus outbreak in China continues to  13 Feb 2020 While the IEA still expects demand for oil to grow for this year as the outbreak is contained, it slashed its forecast for the increase in global  13 Feb 2020 The first quarter of 2020 will mark the first time in more than a decade that global demand for oil actually declines, the International Energy  14 Feb 2020 Global oil demand has been hit hard by the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) and the widespread shutdown of China's economy. Demand is now  13 Feb 2020 IEA expects oil demand to fall in the first quarter of 2020 before rebounding in the second quarter. It cut its full-year global growth forecast to  11 Mar 2020 The International Energy Agency downgraded its February oil demand forecasts amid the continued spread of coronavirus, anticipating a  13 Feb 2020 “The consequences of Covid-19 [the coronavirus] for global oil demand will be significant,” the IEA said on Thursday. In China, the world's 

12 Jul 2019 Booming U.S. Oil Production, Demand Jitters, Cool Prices Through 2020: IEA. World markets will continue to find themselves with an 

Global oil demand in the third quarter of 2019 grew by 1.1 million barrels a day, more than double the 435,000 barrels a day in the previous quarter, according to the latest report from the China’s oil-demand growth, which drove the bull market that propelled crude prices to a record $147 a barrel a decade ago, “grinds to a halt in the 2030s,” the IEA said. The country’s The IEA cut its oil demand growth estimate for 2019 by 90,000 bpd to 1.3 million bpd. The report also revealed a global supply drop in April of 300,000 bpd, led by Iran, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and Canada. In its latest Oil Market Report, the agency predicts that demand will grow by 1 million barrels per day (mb/d) in 2019 and 1.2 mb/d in 2020, both of which are downward revisions by 100,000 bpd The Current Policies Scenario shows what happens if the world continues along its present path, without any additional changes in policy. In this scenario, energy demand rises by 1.3% each year to 2040, with increasing demand for energy services unrestrained by further efforts to improve efficiency. Oil 2019, the annual IEA outlook for global oil markets, examines the key issues in demand, supply, refining and trade to 2024. This year, the report covers the following themes: a changed supply picture led by the rise of the United States in world markets thanks to rapidly-growing shale oil Oil markets are going through a period of extraordinary change as the United States is increasingly leading the expansion of global oil supplies, and demand is shifting from developed economies and transportation fuels to Asia and petrochemicals.

9 Mar 2020 IEA revises down forecast for global oil demand in 2020 by about 1 million barrels a day.

18 Feb 2020 The International Energy Agency (IEA) has cut its oil demand growth forecast for the year as the coronavirus outbreak in China continues to  13 Feb 2020 While the IEA still expects demand for oil to grow for this year as the outbreak is contained, it slashed its forecast for the increase in global  13 Feb 2020 The first quarter of 2020 will mark the first time in more than a decade that global demand for oil actually declines, the International Energy  14 Feb 2020 Global oil demand has been hit hard by the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) and the widespread shutdown of China's economy. Demand is now  13 Feb 2020 IEA expects oil demand to fall in the first quarter of 2020 before rebounding in the second quarter. It cut its full-year global growth forecast to  11 Mar 2020 The International Energy Agency downgraded its February oil demand forecasts amid the continued spread of coronavirus, anticipating a 

Global oil demand averaged 96.9 MMbpd last year and will climb to 105.4 MMbpd in 2030, the IEA projected. After that, the growth rate of 100,000 bpd is about half the level the agency predicted in

The energy agency now expects oil demand growth to reach 1.1 million barrels per day (b/d) in 2019 and 1.3 million b/d in 2020. That constitutes a downward revision of 100,000 b/d for this year EIA expects global petroleum and liquid fuels demand will rise by less than 0.4 million b/d in 2020 and by 1.7 million b/d in 2021. Lower global oil demand growth for 2020 in the March STEO reflects a reduced assumption for global economic growth along with reduced expected travel globally because of the 2019 novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

12 Oct 2018 The world has hit "new twin peaks for demand and supply" of oil at 100 million barrels a day, the International Energy Agency (IEA) announced