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The oil markets continue to undergo a volatile period. This part of the presentation will focus on what elements will contribute to a price movement over the next 24 months. Additionally, oil price pressures are driving government responses that are changing the upstream opportunity landscape. What significant decisions have governments made recently and what do we expect to see going forward? Separately, company responses for IOCS, independents, and NOCS are shifting in a material way, as they look to build a new and focused portfolio through key capabilities. What are the trends emerging in company strategies?
Rachel Calvert, Associate Director, E&P Terms and Above-Ground Risk, Asia Pacific
This presentation aims to give an overview of the trends and drivers influencing E&P activity in the Middle East Region. It will highlight the numerous factors at play including oil price, conflicts and sanctions. Whilst it is often regarded as a region focused on development, exploration opportunities do still exist in many countries and these will be discussed on a country-by-country basis.
Sarah Haggas, Regional Director, Middle East
Following two years of spending cuts, project delays and general weakness across contractor markets, are things finally starting to look up? What do the coming months have in store for project activities and costs within the Upstream sector? What shape will a recovery, if any, take? What are some of the contracting lessons we can learn from the past to avoid a repeat of the cost overruns that plagued most of the recent past? Join us as we delve into key market fundamentals including spending trends, cost developments as well as developments within various contractor markets.
Ding Li Ang, Head of Research (APAC), Head of Yards & Fabrication
*Agenda is subject to change without prior notice