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According to the International Energy Agency's World Energy Outlook 2017, up until the mid-2020s, oil demand growth remains robust in the New Policies Scenario (NPS) but slows markedly thereafter as greater efficiency and fuel-switching bring down oil use for passenger vehicles. IEA's NPS models current and announced energy policies, including those from the Paris Climate Agreement.


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