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Outlook 2017 | Energy Markets and Politics in the Year Ahead
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This is your must-have strategic briefing to energy in 2017. Gain crucial insight on the sector from the sharpest minds in energy.
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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 2017 will offer you the definitive global view of energy markets, economics and politics in 2017. A forward-looking book, Outlook 2017 will inform investors and decision-makers and set the industry’s agenda for the year ahead.

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Concise articles from Petroleum Economist’s expert journalists, looking at trends and developments in 2016. This section covers the geopolitics, market movements, technological shifts and key events that shaped the year.

  • What happened, when: Key retrospective on what moved markets and what mattered
  • Oil markets: The big adjustment
  • Petrodollars: PE’s acclaimed graphical illustration of who won and who lost from energy price movements
  • North America: Stress-testing shale and oil sands
  • Asia: The big economic transition and why it mattered
  • Middle East and North Africa: Iran’s return, Saudi Arabia’s policy shift, Iraq’s oil resilience, Libya’s descent
  • Russia: surprising strength
  • Global geopolitics: War-torn world
  • Europe: The slippery slope
  • Africa: Mixed fortunes in East and West Africa
  • Latin America: Argentine promise, Venezuelan turmoil and Brazil’s struggle
  • Australia: Hungover down under
  • They said what?
  • LNG: Bargain basement
  • Climate: The breakthrough
  • Renewable & alternative energy: Greener and greener
  • M&A: Slumptastic

A) Trends

  • The oil market - Known unknowns
    Derek Brower
  • Oil demand - Structural uncertainty
    Michael Cohen
  • E&P - Post-traumatic efficiencies in order
    Keith Myers
  • Opec - Towards stability in 2017
    Mohammad Sanusi Barkindo
  • Opec - Back in business, probably
    Bill Farren-Price
  • LNG - Too much LNG... for now
    Neil Beveridge
  • LNG demand - Time for the revival
    Ian Lewis
  • Geopolitics - The usual suspects
    Neil Quilliam
  • Upstream costs - Keeping a tight belt
    Andy Tidey
  • M&A - Bring on the deals
    Andy Brogan
  • New tech - The 10 new technologies that will define 2017
  • Climate - We'll always have Paris
    Alessandro Vitelli
  • Renewables - Forward march
    Simon Currie
  • Energy transition - Oilmageddon
    Jeremy Leggett
B) Around the world

The Middle East

  • Saudi Arabia - Shifting sands
    Gerald Butt
  • Iran - The great return: part two
    Robin M Mills
  • Iraq - Over the worst
    Luay Al-Khatteeb
  • Kurdish Iraq - After Mosul
    Kirk H Sowell
  • Kuwait - Full speed ahead
    Gerald Butt
  • Gulf renewables - Here comes the sun
    Laura El-Katiri
  • East Mediterranean - Hiatus mode
    Charles Ellinas
  • Libya - The Hafter factor
    Mattia Toaldo
The Americas
  • US tight oil - Ainʼt got that swing
    Jamie Webster
  • US Gulf - Soldiering on
    Kurt Abraham
  • California - California dreaminʼ
    Gregor Macdonald
  • Canada - Things can only get better
    Shaun Polczer
  • Mexico - A serious opening
    Aldo Flores-Quiroga
  • Mexico - New wave for Mexican oil
    Duncan Wood
  • Venezuela - Desperate Venezuela
    Luisa Palacios
  • Venezuela - Limited options
    Joel Guedes and David Voght, with Kirsten Froede
  • Brazil - After the car wash
    Justin Jacobs
  • Argentina - Closing the deal
    Justin Jacobs
Asia and Australia
  • China - The great moderation
    Abhishek Deshpande and Michael Liu
  • Australia - What glut?
    Graeme Bethune
  • India - The new demandside dynamo
    Amrita Sen and Anapurma Sen
  • West Africa - Regional revival
    Dolapo Oni
  • Mozambique - The Rovuma wait
    Tom Bowker
  • East Africa - Time to go to market
    Peter Bofin
Europe and the FSU
  • Russia - The Russian surge
    Tatiana Mitrova
  • Russian gas - Battling on all fronts
    James Henderson
  • Ukraine - No gas please, weʼre Ukrainian
    Simon Pirani
  • Central Asia - Better late than never
    NJ Watson
  • Turkey - Stuck in the 20th century
    Cüneyt Kazokoglu
  • UK North Sea - Comeback basin?
    Malcolm Graham-Wood
Rich in actionable insight, data and maps, this vital book will both inform direction and provide you and your organisation with a high quality, valuable resource to refer to time and time again.

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