Presentations

2017 Presentations

Americas

This is the year the market reform in Mexico and Argentina will make South America the hottest region globally. WTI with the potential to push beyond $60 a barrel in North America. What is the future demand and supply story, and what if anything can dent our bullishness predictions?

EMEA

As the region starts to have a more bullish outlook, we explore the new supply-demand fundamentals in Europe. Will global demand continue to grow in 2017? Will OPEC extend their cuts beyond March?  What lag will the rise of renewables continue to have on demand? Are executives ready to explore again?

Asia Pacific

Tight Asian LNG prices and high oil prices have brought confidence back to the energy market in the region.  The latest content can be found here about LNG (capacity and demand), Project FIDs, China demand and much more…

2016 Presentations

Americas

Understand how the region’s rig count is escalating apace, and the story behind the multi-play Permian Basin growth. The people behind the Americas regions resurgence share their stories.

EMEA

The EMEA region remains constrained, and clearly the pain from 2015 isn’t over.   The latest information from our network about cuts in CAPEX, dividends and asset sales in the region.

Asia Pacific

The region is taking advantage of technological advances, and is making huge operational efficiency gains in 2016.  We explore the impact of the low-price environment, but also its susceptible to price volatility as an energy importer through the year.

2015 Presentations

Americas

Crude prices are starting the year relatively low ($40 per barrel).  The year looks like being one of excessive crude oil supply, and a moderate demand story.   Content here looks at the current Saudi policy of defending market share, and the likely removal of U.S export restrictions.

EMEA

We provide the latest information on how energy companies are adjusting their operating profiles to tackle the current cycle in Europe and Africa.   Are industry fundamentals in EMEA being challenged indefinitely?

Asia Pacific

The current price environment can see the end of the so-called “Asian premium” for gas prices.  Middle-eastern oil producers are wishing to redirect their flows east to Asia.  Is this a golden opportunity for the region? The top issues facing the Asian energy sector are found here.