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Oil prices were down again on Tuesday following pessimistic predictions about the growth in demand from the International Energy Agency.
The International Energy Agency is no longer so concerned about the oil market "drowning in supply" this year and says unplanned disruptions to output could help run down the global glut of crude.
The International Energy Agency thinks oil prices won't rise significantly this year as declines in US output take time and OPEC is unlikely to agree with other producers to cut output.
The International Energy Agency (IEA) says the price of oil is unlikely to return to $80 a barrel (74.83 euros) before the end of the decade. This is
The global oversupply of oil will persist through next year, according to the International Energy Agency, as growth in demand slows and
The demand for oil across the globe is growing at its fastest pace in five years. The steep rise is down to rebounding economic growth and consumers
The International Energy Authority is reporting a much bigger than expected demand for oil over 2015. It appears to strengthen the argument the
The recovery of oil prices is built on shaky foundations. That’s the view of the International Energy Agency which warns, in its monthly oil market
Don’t expect a big rebound in oil prices this year, or even next. That’s the opinion of the International Energy Agency. It sees benchmark Brent
Growth in demand for oil will be much weaker next year than previously forecast amid a slower and more ‘brittle’ economic recovery. So says the
Global oil demand will rise more quickly than previously forecast this year as economic growth in industrialised countries accelerates, according to
The world faces a potential oil supply crunch and higher prices, according to the latest analysis by the International Energy Agency. The IEA said
The International Energy Agency cut its global oil demand forecast last week. The agency said that the downward revisions were mainly owing to
We won’t be using as much oil as was first thought this year or next. The International Energy Agency has trimmed its forecast for world
The price of oil could be on course for a gradual drop over the next five years according to the latest report from the International Energy
The International Energy Agency’s latest forecast for oil consumption growth is virtually unchanged from last month. It also says that increased
Sky-high oil prices are beginning to have an effect on demand according to the International Energy Agency. But the energy policy adviser to the
Japan’s nuclear alert is unlikely to be another Chernobyl, according to the head of the UN’s atomic energy agency. Yukiya Amano says there are
As crude prices hit a two and a half year high on concerns the revolt in Libya could spread to other major oil producers, the International Energy
The International Energy Agency is forecasting that oil prices will exceed $100 a barrel in the next five years and by 2035 will exceed $200 a
Demand will keep rising as the global economy expands but the increase in fuel consumption will be lower next year than it has been in 2010. That
Rising supplies will mostly offset higher demand for oil over the next five years according to the latest assessment by the International Energy
Global oil demands are expected to hit a record high this year according to the International Energy Agency. The body says oil consumption will
World demand for oil will contract sharply this year according to the International Energy Agency The IEA, which advises industrialised nations
Demand for oil will grow in 2009 after shrinking this year according to the International Energy Agency. The prediction from the IEA is in stark