9/1/2009

The future of oil has become embroiled in debate over climate change and financial security in Western nations, but demand has moved to emerging markets that will define the future of oil, writes Daniel Yergin, chairman of IHS CERA and an author. Technological breakthroughs are unlikely to have a major effect on oil consumption during the next 20 years, Yergin argues, although fuel efficiency could.

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