Trade of the Decade - Cook`s Kitchen
Mega Force #1: Emerging Markets
- World primary demand for energy increases by one-third between 2010 and 2035.
- In 2035, China consumes nearly 70% more energy than the United States, the second-largest consumer, even though by then per-capita energy consumption in China is still less than half the level in the United States.
- The rates of growth in energy consumption in India, Indonesia, Brazil and the Middle East are even faster than in China.
- The share of fossil fuels in global primary energy consumption falls slightly from 81% in 2010 to 75% in 2035. Natural gas is the only fossil fuel to increase its share in the global mix over the period to 2035.
Mega Force #2: Peak Oil
Mega Force #3: Geopolitical Eruptions
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