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Outlook 2018 | Energy Markets and Politics in the Year Ahead
Book | Outlook 2018
Book | Outlook 2018

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This is your must-have strategic briefing to energy in 2018. Gain crucial insight on the sector from the sharpest minds in energy.

Subscribers to Petroleum Economist magazine will receive their free copy with the December/January issue.

Price: £299.00

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Product Code: MPEB208

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Drawing on expert commentary and forecasts from across the industry, and including contributions from chief executives, Wall Street analysts, oil ministers and thought-leaders, Outlook 2018 will offer you the definitive global view of energy markets, economics and politics in 2018. A forward-looking book, Outlook 2018 will inform investors and decision-makers and set the industry’s agenda for the year ahead.

Expert contributors include:

Michael Cohen Jason Bordoff Seth Kleinman Mustafa Sanallah
Bill Farren-Price Bob McNally Amrita Sen Charles Ellinas
Luay al-Khatteeb Robin M Mills Anupama Sen Dolapo Oni
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Concise articles from Petroleum Economist’s expert journalists, looking at trends and developments in 2017. This section covers the geopolitics, market movements, technological shifts and key events that shaped the year:

Oil markets in 2017 Energy in Russia LNG in 2017
Petrodollars Energy in Europe Climate and climate policy
Energy in North America Energy in Africa Renewables and energy
Energy in Asia and Australia Energy in Latin America Energy and finance/M&A
Energy in Middle East Global events


Written by expert contributors with data and maps, this section will both inform direction and provide you and your organisation with a high quality, valuable resource to refer to time and time again:


Will the market balance in 2018 Upstream spots Robots
Oil demand in 2018 Global LNG outlook Renewables
Decommissioning LNG contracts Climate policy
Opec IMO rules New technology
Oil cycle M&A Electric vehicles
Demand Digitalisation

round the world

Middle East
and North Africa
Americas Asia Africa Europe
Saudi Arabia US energy policy China West Africa Russian oil
Iran Shale market India East Africa Russian gas
Iraq Permian Australia Mozambique North Sea
Kurdistan Regional Government Gulf of Mexico Central and Eastern Europe
GCC post Qatar Oil sands
Geopolitics in MENA Mexico
East Mediterranean and Egypt Venezuela
Libya Brazil

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