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In addition, in 2033 natural gas will peak, as well as the final energy demand. A year later, manufacturing energy demand will peak as well.
At the end of the timeline, in 2050, 44% of the energy-mix will be non-fossil, with all commercial vehicles beginning to surpass ICE commercial vehicles on the road.
As for shipping, in 2027 maritime energy demand will peak, while in 2030 seaborne container trade will exceed that of crude oil.
Six years later, in 2036, seaborne gas trade will surpass coal trade, and finally in 2038 half of maritime energy use will be non-oil.
You may see more details about the transition to cleaner energy, in the following infographic: