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Assuming that oil prices will remain low through 2050 is not consistent with current market dynamics or historical precedent.
As winner, Columbus will focus on applying a state-of-the-art transportation system towards driving employment and economic growth, while accelerating adoption of electric and autonomous vehicles.
The announcement, which has been seen as unusually proactive for a federal agency, focuses on a collaborative approach towards creating a “flexible framework,” that can enable driverless car technology to move forward.
The proposed rules, which are supported by the trucking industry, would trim an estimated 1.8 billion barrels of oil consumption between 2019 and 2027, and save $170 billion in fuel costs.