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New Russia-focussed panel added to the Oil & Money Conference in London

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A timely new panel discussion has been added to the agenda for the 35th annual Oil and Money conference hosted by The International New York Times and Energy Intelligence. As the world’s energy industry leaders, influencers and policymakers gather on 29th and 30th October at the Intercontinental Hotel in London to discuss the global energy outlook, conversations will extend into the repercussions of western sanctions on Russian energy companies.

The Russia panel, which takes place on 30th October, will be made up of Chris Weafer, Founding Partner, Macro-Advisory; Nick Gee, Partner, Buckthorn Partners and Peter Hutton, Director, Energy Research, RBC Capital Markets. The discussion will look at issues including the impact of a Russia divorce with the west on much-needed investments, how reduced capital and technology flows might affect Russia’s Arctic and unconventional petroleum plays and the implications of financial sanctions on the banking sector.

Tom Wallin, Editor in Chief at Energy Intelligence said:

“The stand-off between Russia and the West could result in a new global geopolitical picture with new allies and new power centers. Western sanctions have moved past the stage of empty gestures and are now in a position to impose real costs on Russian companies and their partners. We are looking forward to debating how this energy landscape may change in the coming years, or even months.”

Stephen Dunbar-Johnson, President, International, The New York Times Company, said:

“For 35 years, the International New York Times has worked with Energy Intelligence to produce the Oil & Money conference. Back in 1980 it quickly established itself as one of the most important networking and media events in the energy industry, and this year will be no different. Our teams have tailored an engaging and topical programme, very much shaped by the current global energy landscape and technological advancements in the industry.”

The full event line-up can be viewed at Keep up to date with the event and the energy stories hitting the headlines on Twitter @oilandmoney
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