PE at 90: Oil and gas: beyond commodity markets, geopolitical storms and economic cycles

Jeff Currie, chief strategist office of Pathways at Carlyle and former head of commodity research at Goldman Sachs, joins Paul Hickin, editor-in-chief of Petroleum Economist in the second episode of the three-webcast series aimed to celebrate Petroleum Economist's 90th anniversary. 

When Petroleum Economist began in the 1930s it was the “Seven Sisters” that dominated oil production and since then there has been the birth of OPEC and OPEC+, the rise of US shale, a brutal set of wars, changing economic elites, the emergence of the Dated Brent oil market and now what may be defined as age of the energy trilemma.

Jeff and Paul will take you through the journey of changing power dynamics, how oil and then gas reshaped the energy landscape and what lies ahead for hydrocarbons in the commodity market mix. What lessons can be learned from the past? 


Join them on 28 May 2024 at 2pm BST, 3pm CEST, 8am CST to find out more.

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