Alternatives Drive the Peak of Oil Demand
Apr 11th 2013 1:03PM
Updated Apr 11th 2013 1:10PM
Peak oil was supposed to be about oil's scarcity and it devastating economic impact as prices shot through the roof. But oil demand has been falling in developed countries, for over a decade in some cases, and Fool.com contributor Travis Hoium thinks that a peak in global demand is around the corner. Erin Miller sat down with Travis to see what's driving the change.
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