FILE - storage tanks at a refinery along the Houston Ship Channel are seen with downtown Houston, USA, in the background. AP
The Paris-based agency forecast in its Oil 2023 medium-term market report that annual demand growth would slow sharply over the next five years, from 2.4 million barrels per day this year to 400,000 bpd in 2028.
"The shift to a clean energy economy is picking up pace, with a peak in global oil demand in sight before the end of this decade as electric vehicles, energy efficiency and other technologies advance," IEA Executive Director Fatih Birol said in a statement.
"Oil producers need to pay careful attention to the gathering pace of change and calibrate their investment decisions to ensure an orderly transition," Birol said.
Energy prices soared last year after Russia, a major exporter of fossil fuels, invaded Ukraine and cut deliveries of natural gas to Europe.
Western powers imposed bans and price caps on Russian oil exports in efforts to drain a major source of cash for Moscow's war effort.
Oil and gas prices have fallen in the past several months.