China's Evolving Oil Demand: Slowing Overall Growth, Gasoline Replacing Diesel as Demand Driver, Refined Product Exports Rising Substantially
This working paper analyzes three key factors that characterize the “new normal” of China's oil demand: slowing overall demand growth, gasoline replacing diesel as the demand driver, and a substantial rise in refined products exports. The paper argues that greater demand volatility in China stands to have profound effects on the global crude oil and refined products markets.
Citable link to this pagehttps://hdl.handle.net/1911/92692
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- Baker Institute Publications