I would imagine usage will decrease for the time being, as people will work from home and watch their spending. Tourism is dead for a few years so that impact will be felt. Nobody will be traveling much.The following article discusses whether after the pandemic is over fossil fuel consumption will resume to the same level as before, or whether there will be permanent changes in the market leading to only a partial recovery of demand.
COVID-19 wipes out demand for fossil fuels — will they bounce back?
The article does not come to any definite conclusions on this, but rather presents several arguments on either side of the discussion.
On the lower demand side, working from home may become a more permanent feature of life, reducing both commuting and the need for large offices. Working from home may become more practical for many people once the children go back to school.
On the other hand, people will still have their cars and will resume travelling for recreation and tourism again.
Another factor is that the economic recession and higher government debt levels will mean that governments will have less money to spend, either directly or indirectly, on climate change issues.
However, the recession may last for several years and act to depress demand. I will add that there were signs of an oncoming recession before COVID-19 hit, so the pandemic may have acted to accelerate a process that was already underway.
So there are no conclusions to be drawn a this time and there will be continuing uncertainty about the future.