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Fitch has suddenly realised that EVs and battery technology poses a threat to oil investments

And the winner for the ‘No shit Sherlock’ prize this week goes to ratings agency Fitch. Fitch has suddenly realised that EVs and battery technology poses a threat to oil investments, presumably the very same oil investments they were rating as AAA+ only a couple of years ago.

The FT report the bleedin’ obvious here

We think that the oil majors – and OPEC - have their heads firmly in the sand on this one. Once the demand for petrol and diesel cars declines, the pace of redirection of R&D into EVs will become even faster and investment in ICE vehicles will shrivel.

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