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Semiannual Eurasia Transportation Summits
Spring meeting (Istanbul), fall meeting (Moscow or London), featuring member-selected topics and interactive discussions with industry peer and regional decision makers
Briefing Books and Discussion Summaries
IHS Energy research conducted for and available to Forum members only
Informal Networking Events
Private dinners/receptions with Eurasian country guests and IHS Energy experts
Invitations to exclusive client-IHS expert gatherings; seats at IHS Energy spring and fall Executive meetings Roundtables; seats at IHS CERAWeek; invitations to the annual IHS Energy Executive Conference in Houston (additional fee).
Timely responses from on-demand IHS Energy researchers
In addition to delegate membership deliverables, executive membership includes:
Eurasia Oil Export Forecasts (online delivery, Excel format)
Historical data and outlooks to 2035, with semiannual updates; includes assumptions and highlights of key changes since last update
Eurasia Gas Export Forecasts (online delivery, Excel format)
Historical data from 1990 and outlooks to 2035 for natural gas production, consumption and exports with semiannual updates for major regional producers and all consumers; includes assumptions and highlights of key changes since last update
Energy and the New Global Competition: Perspectives from IHS CERAWeek 2014
The articles in this IHS Energy Special Report, published in The Wall Street Journal during IHS CERAWeek 2014, examine how the competitive landscape in the energy industry is being reshaped by rapid change in markets, emerging new technologies, and shifts in geopolitics.
The Energy View from 2030: Which scenario will it be?
When developments occur that surprise us, it is often because assumptions about the present, as well as the future, have been overturned. The consequences can be very significant for companies, governments, and societies. The history of energy is filled with unexpected developments that go against what had been the general consensus. Although no course of action will provide true clairvoyance about the future, the process of developing scenarios forces us to question the present in order to understand the different ways the future could unfold and to prepare for them. This essay is based on the current IHS Energy Scenarios, which provide three distinct visions of how the future could unfold.
Executive-level members receive our proprietary Eurasian oil and gas forecasts to 2035, covering the following concepts:
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