This October, over 500 senior executives, policy makers, financiers, strategists and experts from the international oil and gas industry will convene in London for the 38th annual Oil & Money Conference.
Co-hosted by The New York Times and Energy Intelligence, this world-class gathering continues to set the standard for frank discussion and stimulating debate on the key issues facing the global petroleum sector. With an assembly of delegates and speakers which will once again feature senior executives and government ministers from the world’s leading oil companies and oil producers, Oil & Money guarantees high-level networking opportunities with international business leaders and opinion makers.
Among the topics to be discussed at this year’s event are the outlook for oil prices, the challenge of profitable upstream development, the impacts of geopolitical uncertainties in the Middle East and elsewhere, the rebound in U.S. shale, and the disruptive capacity of new transport technologies. In addition, a special extra day devoted to the global gas industry will focus on changes in international L.N.G. markets, uncertainty over gas demand growth, new business models for gas producers and the changing profile of gas and L.N.G. buyers.
Renowned for convening the who's who of the oil and gas industry, Oil & Money provides unparalleled high-level networking with subject-matter experts and international business and opinion leaders at the forefront of global trends.
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