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11 February 2021

Petroleum Economist in association with White & Case brought together an excellent panel of global energy experts focused on the Americas, to provide their thoughts and analysis into the trends that will impact the energy sector in 2021, and beyond, across this region.

Recorded on 11 February 2021, the first panel discussed geopolitics, market drivers and the changing corporate landscape, and panel 2 looked to the energy transition.

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4 February 2021

Petroleum Economist in association with White & Case brought together an excellent panel of global energy experts focused on the EMEA region, to provide their thoughts and analysis into the trends that will impact the energy sector in 2021, and beyond.

Recorded on 4 February 2021, the first panel discussed geopolitics, market drivers and the changing corporate landscape, and panel 2 looked to the energy transition.

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4 November 2020
4 November 2020

The gas and power sectors have been significantly disrupted by the impact of Covid-19. But there are other structural challenges at play.

  • How is the role of gas in EMEA evolving in light of the opportunities posed by renewables and other clean energy solutions?
  • To what degree has Covid-19 changed the dynamics of the market in 2020?
  • How do the population and economies of the MENA region affect the increased share of the energy mix? And how does that compare to the European region?
  • What are the challenges for the financing of the LNG economy?

33 speakers discussed these topics and more in a day of panel debates, generating over 6 hours of content, with 485+ registered delegates.

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8 December 2020

8 December 2020

Covid-19 has been a dark cloud over the North American liquefaction industry, threatening the business models of both existing and planned capacity as it erodes rosy gas demand growth forecasts in destination markets.

But, longer-term, the transition to a low/zero-carbon global energy economy will continue, and will require widespread electrification of energy supply over coming decades: natural gas will play a growing role as an electricity generation fuel.

34 speakers discussed this and more in a day of panel debates, generating over 6 hours of content, with 680+ registered delegates.

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22 October 2020
22 October 2020
Covid-19 may prove to be only a bump in the road, albeit a fairly sharp one, in the Asia Pacific region's journey to an expanded but less-carbon intensive, and more gas-friendly, energy market. The continent represents the most substantive opportunity for demand growth in gas—which, due to the geographies of both supply and demand, means mainly LNG.

34 speakers discussed this and more in a day of panel debates, generating over 6 hours of content, with 540+ registered delegates.

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