Oil Supply and Demand Studying the WildcardsSUT Houston Event
Oil Supply and Demand Studying the WildcardsStarts: Tue, Jun 19, 2012 8:30 AM
Ends: Tue, Jun 19, 2012 5:00 PM
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Top international oil experts to speak about critical oil topics at the June 19th New York Oil Symposium -- Don't miss it!
Oil prices, production and supply are again at the forefront of the news and the agendas of world leaders. At this one-day symposium, leading oil experts will focus on the outlook for the oil supply and its effect on the global economy at a time of crippling oil prices. The symposium is intended for professionals involved in energy transactions and investments; companies and funds affected by oil price movements and hedging; and generalist investors and managers looking to better understand the impact of oil prices on the European, US and emerging market economies.
Our speakers represent a cross section of the best technical analysts in the field and represent a range of views and perspectives:
Ed Morse, Managing Director, Citigroup Global Markets
Ed oversees commodities research at Citigroup and is a veritable dean of the analyst community. He writes frequently on oil markets and related policy and politics, and his views are regularly sought by senior political and business leaders across the global. Citi takes among the most bullish views of global oil markets.
Tancred Lidderdale, Senior Economist, Energy Information Administration
Tancred oversees the publication of the EIA's Short Term Energy Outlook, the definitive monthly overview of global energy markets and provider of the US government's formal short and medium term oil forecasts. No one sees the coming year more clearly than the STEO team.
Javier Blas, Commodities Editor, Financial Times
Javier Blas is the Financial Times' commodities correspondent, covering oil markets across the globe. His breadth and depth of experience, as well as his first-hand access to oil news and newsmakers provides him, and conference participants, with unparalleled insight into oil market trends.
James Hamilton, Professor of Economics, University of California at San Diego
Those who follow oil and the economy know Jim Hamilton as the leading thinker in the topic. His balanced, thorough assessments of the economic impacts of oil prices are the best in the business.
George Littell, Partner, Groppe, Littell and Long
Groppe, Littell is famous for its contrarian views of oil and gas markets, and George will argue the case for restraining enthusiasm for all things shale. Those interested in the prospects of shale gas and oil will want to hear George's views, they usually prove prescient.
Trevor Houser, Partner, Rhodium Group
Trevor specializes in China, spending much of his time there and developing expertise in the politics and economics of the Chinese oil and gas business. Those wanting to know about social, industry and political outlook for China's shale oil and gas plays will want to hear Trevor's presentation.
Ray Leonard, CEO, Hyperdynamics
No market exceeds Africa for excitement and possibilities today, and that's where Ray is drilling. As CEO of Hyperdyanmics, an exploration and production company with interests in offshore Africa, Ray presents his unique insights into the promise of the African market.
Steven Kopits, Managing Director, Douglas-Westwood
The authority on offshore oil is Douglas-Westwood, which advises corporations and private equity funds on acquisitions in oil field service and technology companies. Steven surveys the challenges and opportunities of the deepwater and Arctic markets for oil and gas.
Our speakers and panels will:
- Explore forecasts for global oil production comprehensively, by region, including the US, Brazil, the Gulf OPEC countries, Russia and Central Asia.
- Consider the upside potential for US shale/tight oil plays, including the Bakken and Eagle Ford, and the growth of the oil sands in Canada.
- Discuss the impacts of 'wet plays' on the US liquids markets, including as refinery blends and transportation fuels.
- Address risks associated with an Iranian conflict affecting the Strait of Hormuz.
- Look at high growth areas for investment, including deepwater, the Arctic, Africa, shale and tight oils, and natural gas liquids.
- Discuss the outlook for demand, including those of China, India and the advanced economies in an era of fragile economic growth and continued fiscal crisis.
Our luncheon keynote speaker, James Hamilton, is perhaps the country's leading authority on oil and the economy. He will address the impact of oil prices on the U.S. and global outlook.
This focused, one day symposium will provide a comprehensive overview of oil markets, and include networking breaks, lunch, and special receptions.
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We look forward to seeing you in New York on June 19.
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