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Put the brakes on and keep the car in the garage on Sunday to ease oil shock, says IEA

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IEA recommends 10 steps to cut oil demand by 2.7 million barrels a day within four months. That's equivalent to the oil demand of all the cars in China. Steps include lowering highway speed limits, encouraging more working from home, placing occasional limits on car access to city centres, making public transport cheaper or free.
5 months ago·London, United Kingdom

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The Guardian

Car-free Sundays? IEA sets out 10-point plan to reduce global oil demand | Oil | The Guardian

Energy watchdog says measures could help cut oil usage by 2.7m barrels a day within four months

5 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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CNBC

Reduce speed limits and car-free Sundays: The IEA has a 10-point plan to cut oil use

Recommendations come at a time when oil markets are facing significant uncertainty following Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

5 months ago·United States
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The Telegraph

Cut speed limits and introduce car free Sundays to beat Putin oil shock, says IEA

International Energy Agency calls for radical measures not seen since 1970s crisis to cope with fall in supply

5 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Sky News

Put the brakes on and keep the car in the garage on Sunday to ease oil shock, says IEA

The intergovernmental body is calling for consumers in advanced nations to curb demand - stirring memories of the 1970s - as the world faces the prospect of losing three million barrels a day of Russian oil output.

5 months ago·United Kingdom
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Bloomberg Quint

IEA Says World Could Ease Russia Oil Crisis by Restricting Cars

(Bloomberg) -- The International Energy Agency said the world could lessen an oil shortage caused by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine by restricting how people use their cars and accelerating the transformation of cities dominated by the automobile. Continue Reading. Read more on Markets by BloombergQuint.

5 months ago
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Arab News

Restricting car use could offset Russia oil crisis, says IEA

Author: Fri, 2022-03-18 15:31 RIYADH: Governments could ease the oil shortage caused by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine by restricting how people use their cars, the International Energy Agency has said. In a report released on Friday, the IEA called for lower speed limits, more working from home, and placing occasional limits on car access to city centers as part of the way to reduce dependency on oil. It also suggested making public transport …

5 months ago·Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
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