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Leave a comment Peter Breedveld on May 21 said: This article assume battery cost will keep falling. However, I can't see this as economy of scales have already been reached and prices are unlikely to keep falling because Moore's Law does not apply to batteries.
Mark Urbanski on May 21 said: Never mind that nasty depletion part.
There will need to be a lot more oil pumped and discovered in that time frame I am all for EV and alternative environmentally sound choices and would like to see the Oil consumption go way down Tom on May 21 said: Electric transportation seems to be the best way to achieve improved air quality in American Cities.
While significant air quality improvements could be achieved with more ethanol blending in our gasoline supply, the EPA, API and American Refining Industry are continually fighting this simple, cost effective approach.
So we will probably not get cleaner fuels or air with the EPA or our Oil Industry in charge, and will need to go electric to improve our air quality and get away from Benzene laced fuels. Oil Industry Greed and Stupidity would appear to be the Oil Industry's biggest enemy, rather than electric cars.
Bywe will need every bit of contribution that may come from an expanded EV fleet. Off the top of my head, I think global oil demand by then will be somewhere around million bopd.
Of course, most of the electricity used to power those EVs will come from burning natural gas. Remember, something has to flow, blow, or glow to generate electricity and there never will be enough blow and flow to power such an expansion of EVs.
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Douglas Buckland on May 21 said: Is the price of the batteries which is the issue or their efficiency? Bill Simpson on May 21 said: EVs might cause the demand for oil to level off, but it won't decline for at least a couple more decades.
By then, many traditional oil fields will be in rapid terminal decline. EVs aren't as cheap as gasoline powered ones, so people in poorer countries, which are most people on the planet, will still buy internal combustion powered cars until the cost of gasoline goes way up.
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