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  • The Trump administration has increased the pressure on Iran, but that has raised the prospect of a war in the Mideast Gulf, the world’s most important oil producing region. But is Trump, who campaigned against US involvement in costly Mideast conflicts, really willing to go to war with Iran? Energy Intelligence’s top US foreign policy reporter breaks down the administration’s thinking.Hosted by: Alex Schindelar, President and Emily Meredith, Washington DC Deputy Bureau Chief
    Thu, Jul 4, 2019
  • More than a year after US President Donald Trump withdrew from the multilateral Iran nuclear deal, the Opec member's oil exports have hit historic lows. Official crude sales have slumped below 200,000 barrels per day from above 2 million b/d in the first half of 2018, as the country's traditional customers have largely stopped lifting to abide with US sanctions, piling more pressure on Tehran at a time when tensions with Washington are escalating.
    Mon, Jul 1, 2019
  • How is the blockade against Qatar affecting the Mideast oil and gas industry? How might oil and gas trade be affected if the crisis escalates?What risks does the stand-off pose for foreign oil and gas investors in the region?What is the significance of Qatar’s new plans for expanding LNG export capacity?What are the wider geopolitical implications for neighboring countries like Iran and Turkey?Jim Washer, EI Executive Editor is joined by Oliver Klaus, Dubai Bureau Chief; Amena Bakr, Senior Middle East Reporter and Jane Collin, Editor of World Gas Intelligence.
    Wed, Jul 19, 2017
  • Panel Experts:Jim Washer, Executive EditorEmily Meredith, Deputy Bureau Chief, WashingtonJill Junnola, Editor, Energy CompassBen Cahill, Manager, Research & Advisory
    Thu, Feb 2, 2017
  • The main issues we will cover in this Virtual Round Table are:What are the key energy policy risks and challenges for President-Elect Trump?What can the oil and gas industry expect in terms of change from energy policy under Obama?Where will the new Trump administration stand on climate change, and on US backing for the UN’s Paris climate deal?How will a Trump White House respond to environmental opposition to fracking and new pipeline projects?How will the new president approach relations with oil and gas superpowers like Russia and Iran?Panel:Jim Washer - Bureau Chief, LondonEmily Meredith - Deputy Bureau Chief, WashingtonElizabeth McGowan - Domestic Policy Correspondent, Washington
    Thu, Nov 17, 2016
  • The main issues we will cover are:What are the prospects for an agreement at Algiers? How have positions changed in Opec and non-Opec since the Doha meeting in April? What kind of actions seem most likely?How will oil markets react?Panel:Rafiq Latta, Senior Middle East CorrespondentAmena Bakr, Reporter, DubaiJohn van Schaik, Bureau Chief, New York
    Mon, Sep 26, 2016
  • Panel:Alex Schindelar, News Editor, London, Energy IntelligenceAlex Martinos, Senior Analyst, Research & Advisory, Energy IntelligenceJaime Concha, Senior European Natural Gas Reporter, Energy IntelligenceJohn van Schaik, Bureau Chief, New York, Energy Intelligence
    Thu, Jul 21, 2016
  • What are the possible implications for US production and demand?Panel Experts:Tom Wallin, Editor-in-chiefEmily Meredith, Deputy Bureau ChiefElizabeth McGowan, Reporter
    Thu, May 19, 2016
  • An evaluation of the success of the Doha meeting and the key points of negotiationNear-term oil market and oil price implicationsLonger term impact on cooperation among oil producers and market managementPositions taken by top producers and the scope for more active collaborationPanel ExpertsTom Wallin, Editor-in-chief, New YorkAlex Schindelar, News Editor, Eastern HemisphereAmena Bakr, Reporter, Dubai
    Thu, Apr 21, 2016
Webinars from Risk
  • With the dust still settling on 2020’s US elections, the energy sector – at home and abroad – could be set to start a new chapter. The elections have highlighted critical questions for the global oil and gas industry around the next administration’s domestic hydrocarbon agenda, stance on climate concerns, and foreign policy goals.
    Wed, Nov 10, 2021
  • Opportunities, Ambitions and Challenges Ahead for the Energy Industry
    We are just a few weeks away from the next iteration of our flagship Energy Intelligence Forum conference, which will explore the opportunities and challenges that the industry faces as the world begins to emerge from the coronavirus pandemic. The pandemic has accelerated society’s shift toward a cleaner and more diverse mix of energy with lower carbon emissions, but there is also a need for the energy transition to be efficient and equitable as the global economic recovery boosts short-term oil and gas demand.
    Sun, Sep 12, 2021
  • Indirect talks between Washington and Tehran look less likely to produce a renewed nuclear deal before Iran’s upcoming presidential elections on June 18th. How might results of the election – with a conservative candidate tipped to win – impact negotiations to revive the JCPOA?
    Tue, Jun 15, 2021