|NOME DEL FILE||Prospects of the energy demand. A problem for the coming generations.pdf|
The main reason for this is not CO2, but methane. It's not people burning more gasoline in their cars because of higher oil production. Demand is relatively inelastic in the U.S.
With that in mind, McKinsey took a hard look at the data, modeling energy demand from the bottom up, by country, sector, and fuel mix, with an analysis of current conditions, historical data, and country-level assessments. On this basis, McKinsey's Global Energy Insights team has put together a description of the global energy landscape to 2050.