Liquid fuels consumption forecasts from the EIA’s annual energy outlook for 2012.
The IEA also published a forecast recently on oil consumption shifting away from rich countries, about which the FT writes:
Oil demand in the developing world will overtake that in industrialised countries for the first time next year, a tipping point in oil demand geography that will have profound implications for energy markets. …
The IEA said demand in countries that did not belong to the OECD club of rich nations would reach 45.7m barrels a day next year, 600,000 b/d more than demand in OECD states.
The switch will come as no surprise to most observers, since OECD oil demand has been in structural decline since 2005. It rose year-on-year in 2010, but that was seen as a post-recessionary bounce. It fell again in 2011 and is set to fall this year too.