The growth and decline of the demand for oil in the next decades is a typical example of acceleration of, in this case, decline after hitting a tipping point, to a large extent driven by climate change policies, accelerating technological development and preferences of investors increasingly move towards renewables. Future mapping is an excellent approach to map the key driving forces, closely monitor their development and, hence, oil demand, and anticipate change in time. Beware that the development of energy and oil demand will be unevenly distributed around the globe.
Read more in the Financial Times: Can the world kick its oil habit?
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