BP: These countries will lead the future tank market

The oil demand will be driven by countries outside OECD, led by China, India, and the Middle East, concludes the oil company BP in its annual energy report, which includes an expectation of a 20 percent growth in demand through to 2030.

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Between 2010 and 2030, the global oil demand will grow with 16 million barrels of oil a day, which is close to 20 percent. This constitutes a marked growth despite the increasing focus in many countries on new sustainable energy forms and ambitions to limit their dependency on oil.

This is the conclusion from BP’s annual Energy Outlook, which also concludes that oil will lose a market share to gas and other energy products.

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