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When it comes to new oil and gas discoveries, the map of the world is far from static. Tomorrow’s major energy producer may only be a minor player today, a trend that keeps the global flow of energy spinning like the needle on a compass.

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Energy supply

What resources will be available to meet the world’s increasing demand for more energy? Technology advancements underpin the diversification of energy choices. 

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Pursuing a 2°C pathway

Addressing the risks of climate change implies a variety of potential future pathways that would affect supply and use of energy across society. Advancing the application of cost-effective technology solutions will likely be critical to pursue a 2oC pathway, while helping keep energy reliable and affordable.

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Energy demand

Global energy demand will continue to rise through 2040, reflecting its fundamental link to growing prosperity and better living standards for an increasing population worldwide.

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2018 Outlook for Energy: A View to 2040

Each year, ExxonMobil analyzes and updates its long-term view on energy supply and demand. Why is this important? Simply because energy is fundamental to modern life.

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