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Outlook 2020 | Energy Markets and Politics in the Year Ahead
Book | Outlook 2020
Book | Outlook 2020


 
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This is your must-have strategic briefing to energy in 2020. 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 2020 will offer you the definitive global view of energy markets, economics and politics in 2020. A forward-looking book which annually informs investors and decision-makers and sets the industry’s agenda for the year ahead.

Expert contributors include:

Ian Black Neil Beveridge Kurt Abraham Bill Barnes
Craig Fleming Simon Sjothun Tatiana Mitrova Ekaterina Grushevenko
James Henderson Jason Bordorf Kristiab Coates Ulrichsen Michal Meidan
Table of Contents

2019 in review

What happened, when

Year in quotes

Year in pictures


2019 Trends into 2020

US withdrawal stirs the Middle East - Ian Black

The US-China trade war may escalate to energy - Neil Beveridge

Presidential race critical for oil & gas - Kurt Abraham

Downstream slumbers as plastics backlash grows - Bill Barnes

Gulf of Mexico recovery accelerates - Craig Fleming

European exploration surprises on the upside - Simon Sjothun
Russian production looks to technology for growth - Tatiana Mitrova and Ekaterina Grushevenko

Russia’s gas plans still mired in politics - James Henderson


Geopolitical Risks

Turbulent world

US election looms large - Jason Bordoff

Saudi Arabia grapples with geopolitical change - Kristian Coates Ulrichsen

Chinese-US trade war threatens globalisation - Michal Meidan

Mounting sanctions squeeze Iranian exports - Sara Bazoobandi

Russian gas pivots east - Tobias Vollmer

Venezuela feels the heat - Francisco Monaldi

Conflict threatens Libyan oil sector’s long-term stability - Rhiannon Smith

The diverging fortunes of Africa’s crude kings - Nick Branson and Ed Hobey-Hamsher

Egypt’s stability rests on economic gains - David Butter

East Med juggles win/losses and win/wins - Harry Tzimitras


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Supply, Demand and Price

Opposing forces will affect oil market balance - Helge Andre Martinsen

Oil demand to rebound in 2020 - Robert P Ryan

Prices set to fall on weaker fundamentals - Joseph Gatdula

East/west tug-of-war for Russia’s barrels - Daisy Maugouber

Refiners over a barrel? - Mark Waddington

IMO 2020 promises widespread disruption - Rick Joswick

IMO 2020 to beckon in a new reality - Reid I’Anson

Marine fuel regulation change to create African winners and losers - Steve Jones

'America Third' to turn down LNG supply - James Waddell

Global LNG overhang is not done yet - David Fyfe

LNG to test market and infrastructure limits - Jason Feer

In search of LNG demand and a way to pay for it - Ira Joseph


The Energy Transition

Dividing lines appear in transition approaches - Bill Barnes

Oil & gas credit quality stagnates - David Carruthers

Powerful new players enter the utilities sector - Jeroen van Hoof

Chinese LNG demand growth tapers off - Graeme Bethune

Electricity production is on a sustained charge - Bent Erik Bakken

Operating models are the key to gas success - Víctor M Pérez

Corporates search for license to operate - Alex Dewar and Borja Jimenez

How to decarbonise by 2050 - Rob West


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