IEA calls for driving restrictions and air travel curbs to reduce oil demand
The International Energy Agency has called for member countries to adopt “emergency measures” to cut oil demand in the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, including driving restrictions, lower speed limits and curbs on air travel.
Fatih Birol, head of the energy watchdog, on Friday warned that such steps might be necessary because “oil markets are in an emergency situation . . . and it may get worse”.
As much as 2.5mn barrels a day of Russian oil exports could cease from next month due to the impact of the war and consumer...