Opec does not expect biofuels to play a significant role in the coming 25 years

Opec does not think biofuels and electricity will have a decisive impact on bunker oil demand ahead to 2045. On the contrary, the association of oil producing countries predicts a bright future for natural gas.

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The new green alternatives to traditional bunker fuel have so many flaws that demand for bunker oil is unlikely to change significantly over the coming two decades, says Opec.

In a new report, the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries presents its expectations for the oil market ahead to 2045.

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