At the pump
EV's good vibrations
19 June 2017
The Golden State prepares to tax petroleum demand into decline, promoting electric and zero-emissions vehicles
Not so fast for EVs
19 June 2017
EVs will get a bigger share of the car market, but won't pose much of a threat to global gasoline demand
Fringe engines
19 June 2017
Natural gas and fuel cell vehicles are not growing as quickly as EVs, for good reasons
EVs supercharged incentives
12 June 2017
If governments want more EVs, they’ll have to pay consumers to buy them and manufacturers to make them—at least for now
Let a million EVs bloom
12 June 2017
China wants to electrify its car fleet—and lead the global race to manufacture EVs
Electric vehicles—the great unknown
12 June 2017
Forecasters agree that EVs will hurt oil demand—but on the size of the impact consensus is scant
Electric threat
12 June 2017
The oil industry needs to start taking the rise of alternative vehicles seriously
Electric vehicles - known unknown threat
8 December 2016
Electric vehicles are either a fad or a big problem for the oil industry, depending on who you speak to. But the sector should beware of complacency
Compressed natural gas set to rise in emerging economies
10 October 2016
CNG is still making inroads in developing markets
Oil's sibling rival
10 October 2016
Natural gas is slowly making its way into the transportation sector, although the marine-fuel segment looks most promising for now
Diesel demand heading east
25 February 2016
As Europeans are falling out of love with diesel, market share elsewhere will keep rising
VW scandals contribute to changing perception of diesel
7 December 2015
Faulty tests and emissions scandals could prove yet another headache for Europe’s refiners
PdV to increase light oil imports to act as diluent
17 November 2015
Venezuela's PdV is ramping up imports of light oil to use as diluent at its Orinoco projects
Low prices encouraging US gasoline consumption
2 July 2015
Drivers, builders and refiners are gorging on cheap oil and making the most of the market
Syria gas price-rise heightens war-torn country's food crisis
24 October 2013
The country's 20% hike in domestic gasoline prices will push thousands more people even deeper into food poverty
Indonesia tipped to lead global gasoline market
19 September 2013
Indonesia is predicted to lead the global gasoline trade by 2018, opening up new supply opportunities for European and US refiners
Indonesia gives 44% fuel price rise nod
20 June 2013
Indonesia has approved a controversial fuel price rise to slash its ballooning subsidy bill
SUV boom bolsters Chinese oil demand
14 June 2013
Despite a slowing economy, some bullish forecasters predict China’s oil demand will be stronger for longer as transportation, rather than industrialisation, spurs growth
Latin American car ownership rising steadily
27 February 2013
Subsidies and economic growth mean fuel consumption and car ownership will rise steadily
Africa stays in the slow lane with transport infrastructure
27 February 2013
As the world’s poorest continent with the least developed transport infrastructure, it is no surprise that Africa trails the rest of the world in terms of fuel use
Middle East wedded to the wheel
26 February 2013
Cars still rule the Middle East’s roads. But change can – and must – come
Fuelling Asia’s drivers as car ownership soars
25 February 2013
Subsidies and weak policy mean Asia’s rising economies will dominate demand growth for transport fuels
Europe drives away from oil as vehicle sales slump
25 February 2013
Tight mileage standards, a saturated car market and good public transportation mean the continent's fuel needs will grow slowly, if at all
New fuel economy standards bringing changes to US
22 February 2013
New standards in the US will bring big changes to the country’s vehicle fleet
Downturn in US fuel consumption under way
20 February 2013
A secular downturn in US fuel consumption is under way as Americans fall out of love with their cars
The road to efficiency for global transportation
13 February 2013
Changes are afoot in global transportation that will profoundly affect the oil sector
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