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OPEC's long-term forecast anticipates no peak in global oil demand: secretary general

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OPEC's long-term forecast anticipates no peak in global oil demand: secretary general

2024-06-14 21:47 Last Updated At:22:37

The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) does not anticipate a peak in global oil demand in its long-term forecast, said Haitham Al Ghais, secretary general of the organization on Thursday.

OPEC expects oil demand to grow to 116 million barrels a day by 2045, or potentially even higher, Al Ghais said.

The secretary general's statement came in the wake of a report released by the International Energy Agency (IEA) on Wednesday.

The IEA stated in its report that global oil demand growth is projected to slow in the upcoming years, with a potential oversupply risk in the global oil market by 2029.

OPEC's long-term forecast anticipates no peak in global oil demand: secretary general

OPEC's long-term forecast anticipates no peak in global oil demand: secretary general

OPEC's long-term forecast anticipates no peak in global oil demand: secretary general

OPEC's long-term forecast anticipates no peak in global oil demand: secretary general

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China's top political advisor meets Central American Parliament president

2024-07-24 19:55 Last Updated At:20:07

China's top political advisor Wang Huning met with President of the Central American Parliament Silvia García in Beijing on Wednesday.

Wang, chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), said that the one-China principle is the basic norms governing international relations and the universal consensus of the international community, and it is also the political premise for China to develop relations with the Central American Parliament.

China is ready to work with the Central American Parliament to lay a solid political foundation, deepen friendly cooperation, promote people-to-people ties, strengthen multilateral coordination and push forward China-Central America relations, Wang said, noting that the CPPCC is ready to make positive contributions to this end.

García said it is of great significance and correct for the Central American Parliament to establish friendly relations with China, which is in the interests of the people of Central American countries. The Central American Parliament admires China's great development achievements and is willing to learn from China's successful experience, promote cooperation in fields such as economy and trade, renewable energy, youth and education, and play a positive role in promoting friendly cooperation between Central American countries and China, García said.

García is on a visit to China from July 21 to 27 at the invitation of Zhao Leji, chairman of the National People's Congress Standing Committee.

China's top political advisor meets Central American Parliament president

China's top political advisor meets Central American Parliament president

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