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Oil Price Outlook - Complimentary Breakfast Briefing Nov 2015

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Nov 18, 2015
Frankfurt

IHS EnergyView Oil Price Outlook Breakfast Briefing
  • Global Oil Markets

Oil Price Outlook

IHS EnergyView Breakfast Briefing

Please join us on 18 November, at our office in Frankfurt, for a breakfast briefing “Are you ready for the start of rebalancing in global oil markets".

Starting in the final quarter of 2015, we expect year-on-year liquids demand growth to overtake global liquids supply growth for the first time since mid-2013, marking the start of the process of rebalancing in global oil markets. However, with stocks high and Iranian barrels returning to the market, many uncertainties surround the timeline for market rebalance and the price-path for crude.


How long will Iran’s post-sanction export boost delay the return to market equilibrium in 2016? Will Iran’s re-entry lead to a market-share battle among major crude producers?

After dismal returns for such a long time, to what extent will a price rally impact company activity in 2016? What are the consequences for prices?

How will the financial market’s interpretation of pricing momentum affect the sustainability of the recovery? What are the milestones to watch out for?

In this complimentary briefing and Q&A session, IHS EnergyView Research Director Rachel Beaver will discuss these questions and more, presenting the IHS Energy financial team’s 2015 and 2016 outlook for oil and gas markets.

Agenda

  • 8:15 am – 8:30 am        Welcome Breakfast & Registration
  • 8:30 am – 9:30 am        Formal Briefing and Q&A

Led by Roger Diwan and Raoul LeBlanc, the IHS Energy financial team comprises a set of trusted advisors with direct access to the most senior levels of oil & gas majors, independents, gas companies, service companies, NOCs and governments. They leverage the support of our senior advisory team and all 600 IHS Energy Insight analysts to offer customized solutions for our investor clients.

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