Energy Companies Risk $2.2 Trillion as Climate Goals Cut DemandBy
Oil use will peak in 2020, Carbon Tracker Initiative says
U.S. faces biggest risk from stranded energy projects
Oil, natural gas and coal producers are risking $2.2 trillion by investing in projects for which there will be no demand if the world meets a United Nations target of limiting the rise in temperature to less than 2 degrees Celsius, a non-profit think tank said.
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