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The post-COVID changed world order may need further review through assessing and evaluating the impacts on energy, environment and economy. Shutting down the civil aviation, restricting movements of road, rail and riverine transportation, locking down the businesses and industries have caused the oil market crash. It is highly unlikely that the oil price would climb back to pre-COVID level in the foreseeable future. However, the only positive impact of COVID-19 is on environment. Cities have become greener and water has become clearer. Birds and animals are moving with ease. Hope the nations of the world taking lessons from here will restrict burning dirty fossil fuel and concentrate more on developing renewable energy – solar, wind, biomass. LNG and nuclear may become more popular choice. Developing countries would require reviewing their highly ambitious growth plan, concentrate more on developing own primary fuel options rather than going for exclusive imported fuel. Energy efficiency, energy conservation must be the key. No need for bringing the entire country under grid power. Instead off-grid renewable power would be much more viable solution.

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