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BP notes slowing energy consumption in annual review

BP has released its World Energy Review for 2019, with chief Bernard Looney noting some encouraging growth signs in renewable energy, but overall there is still a long way to go to decarbonise the world’s economy.

 Gas on the rise and renewables surging

Gas on the rise and renewables surging

"I hope this year's Statistical Review is useful to everyone else seeking ways to get to net zero and build back better," Looney said.  The review noted that primary energy consumption growth in 2019...

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