Though renewable forms of energy outpaced all others, fossil fuels accounted for more than 70 percent of the global demand growth last year, the IEA said. The International Energy Agency reported Thursday that global energy demand growth increased last year by 2.1 percent from 2016. With the global economy accelerating, that was more than twice as high as the rate from 2016-17. In part because of the increase in sales of large sport-utility vehicles and trucks in the world’s leading economies, oil demand grew more than 1.6 percent last year, the IEA stated. That’s more than twice the 10-year average. In the United States, the world’s largest economy, the Ford F-series is one of the highest selling vehicles on the […]