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The International Energy Agency warned that there would continue to be an overabundance of oil into next year, according to a new report.IEA: Oil Demand to Slow Through 2016. Workers perform maintenance on an oil pumping unit at an oilfield in Kazakhstan. The International Energy Agency (IEA) has kept its forecast for global oil demand growth in 2016 at 1.4 million barrels per day while slightly revising its 2017 expectations downward by 0.1 million barrels per day, the IAE monthly Oil Market Report, released on Thursday, showed. The Paris-based International Energy Agency (IEA) raised 2016 global demand outlook in its closely watched monthly oil-market report.Key findingsbpdOil market "looks to be balancing" in 2016, but sees inventory build in first half of 2017Non-OPEC Oil supply at 57 mln bpd in 2017 vs. 56.8 mln bpd The worlds demand for oil is expected to slow in 2016 in response to a more pessimistic outlook for the global economy, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said Tuesday.AFP | Updated: October 14, 2015, 11:29 IST. In its first estimates for 2016, the IEA forecast that oil demand would slow next year to 1.2 million barrels per day, compared with an average of 1.4 million barrels per day this year. Meanwhile growth in non-Opec oil supply "is expected to grind to a halt in 2016 as lower oil prices and spending cuts take Published on Nov 16, 2016. Sources report the International Energy Agency expects does not expect global oil consumption to peak until 2040 or later.The IEA has stated, "The difficulty of finding alternatives to oil in road freight, aviation and petrochemicals means that, up to 2040, the growth in extraordinary recovery from "Market Surplus" to "near balance" in Q2 2016. The IEA Uped the World Oil Demand Growth Forecast to 1.4M B/D in 2016 (up 0.1M B/D), whilst seeing World Oil Demand Growing by 1.

3M B/D in 2017. The international energy Agency (IEA) expects oil demand in 2016 to 96.3 million barrels per day (b/d) against forecasted in July 96,1 million b/d.Economics 13 July 2016МЭА reported the increased struggle for the oil market of Europe between Russia and the Middle Vostokmetall read more. The International Energy Agency raised its forecast for global oil demand growth to 1.3 percent annually over the next five years on economic expansion in China, cautioning that gains in prices threaten the recovery. According to the IEA, world oil demand growth seems to have peaked in the first quarter at 1.8 mb/d and will continue to ease throughout the rest of 2015 and into 2016 as temporary support fades. Global oil supply surged by 550 000 barrels per day (550 kb/d) in June 11 (Xinhua) -- The Paris-based International Energy Agency (IEA) on Tuesday said wan growth in"Growth (of oil demand) continues to slow, dropping from a five-year high in Q3 2015 to a four-year low in Q3 2016 due to vanishing OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) International Energy Agency.Global oil demand growth for 2018 has been increased slightly to 1.4 mb/d, partly due to an optimistic GDP forecast from the IMF. The International Energy Agency (IEA) is expecting growth of world oil demand in 2016 by 1.

2 mln barrels per day (bpd) up to 95.6 mln bpd. According to the Business Insider, this was stated in the monthly survey of the agency. At the time of writing, crude oil prices were approaching 2016 highs: ICE Brent was 47.00/bbl. NYMEX WTI was 45.88/bbl.India and Saudi Arabia are set to lead global annual increases this year. iea.org. ----- Earlier: OPEC: oil demand up. The International Energy Agency said in a monthly report that it was steeply raising its demand growth outlook for this year and 2016, and expectedThe views from the IEA are more bullish than those of OPEC, which on Tuesday raised its forecast of oil supplies from non-member countries. The International Energy Agency said in a monthly report that it was steeply raising its demand growth outlook for this year and 2016, and expectedThe views from the IEA are more bullish than those of OPEC, which on Tuesday raised its forecast of oil supplies from non-member countries. The International Energy Agency (IEA) has released its new report on worlds energy outlook, saying that the global demand for crude oil is expected to be slow in 2016. Agency experts also increased its assessment of the global oil demand for 2016 in comparison to 2015, up to 1.6 mln barrels per day. In its December report, the IEA forecast the 2016 oil demand at 1.5 mln barrels year-on-year. International Energy Agency expects a slower global demand for oil in 2016.IEA also noted that the stimulus from lower oil prices will fade in 2016 as oil demand will slow by 0.6 mb/d. The worlds demand for oil is expected to slow in 2016 in response to a more pessimistic outlook for the global economy, likely keeping the crude market oversupplied, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said Tuesday. IEA oil data collection system. n Monthly (OECD/Supply): MOS (M-2), JODI (M-1), emergency n Annual: Y-1 (World/Supply and demand).Direct communication National publications Energy Organisations. World Oil supply and demand. Online data service. April 2016: OECD 2014 July 2016 The December OMR features a focus on how heady growth in vehicle sales is supporting strong growth in Chinese gasoline demand.Tags IEA Oil Market Report. The International Energy Agency kept its demand growth forecast for 2016 at 1.2 million bpd and expects consumption to increase at the same pace next year, havingThis means that 2017 could be another year of relentless global supply growth similar to that seen in 2016, the IEA said. Global oil demand growth will ease to around 1.2 million barrels per day (bpd) in 2016, below the 1.8 million bpd expansion of last year, according to the forecasts of the International Energy Agency (IEA), published in its April Oil Market Report. The IEA, which advises industrialized countries on energy policy, said in a monthly report on Tuesday that world oil demand will rise by 1.21 million barrels per day in 2016, down 150,000 bpd from last months forecast, Reuters reported. The IEA, which advises industrialised countries on energy policy, said in a monthly report that world oil demand will rise by 1.21 million barrels per day (bpd) in 2016, down 150,000 bpd from last months forecast. The worlds demand for oil is expected to slow in 2016 in response to a more pessimistic outlook for the global economy, likely keeping the crude market oversupplied, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said Tuesday. "Global demand growth is expected to slow from its five-year high of 1.8. oil and the force that oil demand exerts on international geopolitics.www.iea.org/oilmarketreport/omrpublic/currentreport/ IEA (2016), Oil Briefing. 86. World energy council | world energy resources 2016. Global oil demand growth is faltering and oil production is stabilizing, providing a recipe for the global glut of petroleum and its products to continue through much of next year, the International Energy Agency said Tuesday. PARIS, France - The International Energy Agency forecast Friday that global oil demand growth would slow in 2016 and that oil production in nations outside the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) would stall. In its first estimates for 2016, the IEA forecast that oil Demand for oil is expected to slow for a second consecutive year, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA).For the full year, we see growth of 485,000 barrels per day, compared to a decline of 790,000 barrels per day in 2016." Read MoreIf China loses control, look out oil: Dan Yergin. On the back of this volatility, the IEA forecast that global oil demand growth would slow to 1.2 million barrels a day (mb/d) in 2016, from around 1.4 mb/d this year. Paris - The worlds demand for oil is expected to slow in 2016 in response to a more pessimistic outlook for the global economy, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Tuesday. МЭА.World oil demand growth is forecast to ease closer to a long-term trend of 1.2 million b/d in 2016 as supportive factors that have recently fueled consumption—such as post-recessionary bounces in some countries and sharply falling crude oil prices—are expected to fade, noted the International The latest report from the International Energy Agency says that demand for crude oil will wane in 2016 as global growth slows.The IEA expects global oil demand growth to slow to 1.2 million barrels a day (millions of barrels/d) in 2016 from around 1.4 mb/d this year. World oil demand growth is forecast to ease closer to a long-term trend of 1.2 million b/d in 2016 as supportive factors that have recently fueled consumption—such as post-recessionary bounces in some countries and sharply falling crude oil prices—are expected to fade Global demand growth is expected to slow from its five-year high of 1.8 million barrels per day in 2015, to 1.2 mb/d in 2016, the IEA said in its monthly oil market report. That will probably keep oil markets oversupplied next year, especially with the expected arrival of Iranian crude. According to the agency, global oil demand growth is expected to slow from 1.4 mb/d in 2016 to 1.2 mb/d in 2017, as underlying support from low oil prices wanes. The 2017 forecast though still above-trend is 0.1 mb/d below IEAs previous expectations due to a dimmer macroeconomic outlook. The IEA, which advises the United States and other industrialised countries on energy policy, said in a monthly report world oil demand would rise by 1.21 million barrels per day (bpd) in 2016, down 150,000 bpd from last months forecast. Energy Demand (Mtoe). Source: IEA World Energy Outlook 2015 Oxford Economics Strategy analysis Strategy.Source: IEA Oil Market Report February 2016 EIA Strategy research Strategy. World OECD Commercial Stocks 1996 - 2016. Global oil demand will ease next year on the weaker outlook for the world economy and oversupply in the market, the International Energy Agency said on Friday. The IEA said global demand growth is forecast to slow to 1.2 million barrels a day in 2016 after surging to 1.8 million barrels a day this year. A weaker economic outlook means demand for oil in 2017 is likely to grow at a slower rate than this year, according to the International Energy Agency. Global demand for oil will grow by 1.2 million barrels per day (bpd) in 2017, down from 1.4 million bpd this year, the IEA said. Oil demand worldwide will rise more strongly than expected in 2016 and 2017 according to the International Energy Agency. In its monthly oil market report, the IEA said revisions to its estimate of Chinese and Russian consumption had prompted it to raise its forecast for global oil demand growth The International Energy Agency forecast Friday that global oil demand growth would slow in 2016 and that oil production in nations outside the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) would stall. In its first estimates for 2016, the IEA forecast that oil demand would slow next IEA-OIL-DEMAND-FORECAST: International Energy Agency keeps 2016 global oil demand forecast at 95.9 mln barrels per day. Финансы, рынки, банки, компании. The International Energy Agency (IEA) has warned that the repercussions of the global oversupply of oil can persist until 2017, particularly dueAccording to the latest monthly forecast report of the IEA, the growth in oil demand for 2016 is expected to come at around 1.30 million barrels per day (mbpd). Forecast for growth of global oil demand in 2016 was reduced by 100,000 barrels per day to 1.3 mln barrels per day. Global oil demand growth will ease to around 1.2 million barrels per day in 2016, below the 1.8 million bpd expansion of last year. Global oil markets will continue to be oversupplied into 2016, the International Energy Agency has predicted, as demand around the worldA dreary outlook for the world economy would likely stunt consumer demand for oil well into next year, the IEA said Tuesday in its monthly oil market report.

The International Energy Agency (IEA) today announced that it had revised up its forecast of global oil demand growth in 2016 to 1.6m barrels a day (b/d) and forecast a further 1.3m b/d increase in demand in 2017.

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