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Decline in gasoline/diesel demand by 2025-2030 due to:
Electronic Vehicles (EV) penetration
OEMs investing in EV-dedicated production lines; resulting in decreased production cost of EVs
Potentially over 100 EV Models to be made available to consumers by 20221
EVs to dominate high end vehicles segment2
EU and US policy changes make EVs more cost effective3
China EVs demand continues to grow; China continuing to invest in charging infrastructure4
As a result, EVs potentially reaching 15% of new sales by 2025 – could result in ‘feels like zero’ growth in gasoline demand5
Each unit of LNG displaces 30% of fuel oil demand and 70% of coal demand - expected energy from liquefaction by 2025 could reach 3MMBPD – which could displace 0.9MMBPD of fuel oil and 2.1MMBPD of coal
LNG production also brings associated supply of ethane, LPG and condensate – this can lead to an incremental NGL supply of 1.0-1.5MMBPD by 2025
Cost of LNG projects are also witnessing a rapid decline – from $2000/MT a few years ago down to as low as $500/MT
Neutralization of OPEC
Guided by Maduro’s exit, Venezuela’s increased oil production expected to touch 2.5MMBPD by 20237
Venezuela’s interests to be re-aligned to its creditors- limiting its participation in OPEC production cuts – overall leading to increased supply to North America
Recently discovered Guyana oil blocks have significant US company interest
The increased supply from these quarters can make North America re-assert itself in the OPEC and can force Saudi and other GCC nations to adjust supplies and prices
Overall impact of above factors can potentially lead to decline of Brent oil price to $30 by 20258.
Resultant investment opportunities
Selected equities and bonds of energy driven enterprises - utility companies, independent power producers and natural gas producers
Winners in technology space likely to be battery makers (serving EVs) owing to limited competition and benefits of economies to scale.
1Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, GAMA estimates
2Car and Driver, Top Gear, Porsche Exchange, Porsche, Teslarati, WhatCar?,Motor1, New Atlas, Electrek
3UBS, GAMA estimates, Reuters, Bloomberg, California Air Resources Board (CARB), National Conference of State Legislatures, US Dept of Energy Alternative Fuels Data Center, Quartz
4Bernstein, Morgan Stanley, GAMA estimates
5Bloomberg New Energy Finance, GAMA estimates
6Peninsular Qatar, S&P Global, HSBC, GAMA estimates
7WSJ, Chevron, Bloomberg, Rystad Energy, HSBC, GAMA estimates
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