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Rethinking global supply chains for the energy transition

Energy transition, supply chain, oil tanker, metals, transportation

Lessons learned during the development of global oil markets could be applied to growing markets for critical energy transition materials. Image: Unsplash / @ventiviews

Joisa Saraiva
Professor, Fundação Getulio Vargas
David G. Victor
Professor, University of California, San Diego (UCSD)
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Figure 1: Per capita primary production and average real prices (log) of non-renewable resources, 1700-2018. Image: Schwerhoff & Stuermer, May 2019
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