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Outlook 2016 | Energy Markets and Politics in the Year Ahead
Book | PE Outlook: Energy Markets and Politics in 2016
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Your must-have strategic briefing to energy in 2016. Gain crucial insight on the sector from over 40 of the sharpest minds in energy.
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This book provides all the crucial strategic insight you need for the energy markets in 2016. Containing over 40 exclusive, forward-looking contributions from leading opinion-makers on key industry topics, and supported by detailed analysis by PE’s experts, this resource makes vital reading for planning for success in 2016.

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Concise articles from Petroleum Economist’s expert journalists, looking at trends and developments in 2015. This section covers the geopolitics, market movements, technological shifts and key events that shaped the year, including:

- The big oil price slump
- North American producers’ resilience
- China’s economic woes and the changing role of its state firms
- Asian oil demand and price reform
- Australian LNG’s bumpy year
- Trouble in the Middle East
- Russian energy, sanctions and falling prices
- Europe’s mixed year
- Brazilian scandals and Venezuelan hopes
- The global LNG glut
- Climate change and green energy
- A muted year in M&A

Over 40 forward-looking articles from energy thought-leaders on key themes across the sector:

1. Oil price and macroeconomics

> Crude prices in 2016 - Amrita Sen, Energy Aspects
> Opec in an era of oil abundance - Jamie Webster, IHS
> Don't bank on surging oil demand - Seth Kleinman, Citigroup
> The big capex slump in 2016 - Simon Flowers, Wood Mackenzie
> What to expect from Opec - Abdalla El-Badri, Opec
> Where are cars going in 2016? - Andy Turton, TNS Global
> The coming LNG glut - Neil Beveridge, Bernstein
> Oil market data in 2016 - Aldo Flores Quiroga, International Energy Forum
> How will NOCs behave in 2016? - Valerie Marcel, Chatham House
> The return of gasoline - Olivier Jakob, Petromatrix
> Financial trends and M&A prospects - Andy Brogan, EY

2. Regional

Middle East and North Africa

> Saudi Arabia: staying the course? - Bill Farren-Price, PPI
> Iran's return to market - Robin Mills, Manaar Energy
> Iraq's oil in 2016 - Luay al-Khatteeb, Iraq Energy Institute
> The future of Kurdish oil - Patrick Osgood, Iraq Oil Report
> Kuwait's expansion plans - Gerald Butt, Independent analyst
> Regional energy projects in 2016 - Ian Lewis, Petroleum Economist
> Greening the Middle East - Chris Nelder, Independent researcher
> The politics of East Mediterranean gas - Tim Boersma, Brookings Institution
> Does Libya have a future? - Mary Fitzgerald, Independent analyst


> African energy: boom or bust? - Duncan Clarke, Global Pacific & Partners
> What's next in East African oil? - Aidan Heavey, Tullow Oil
> West African energy - Ian Lewis, Petroleum Economist

The Americas

> Can American tight oil survive? - Ken Medlock, Rice University
> Battening down the hatches: Canadian oil in 2016 - Jackie Forrest, Arc Financial
> Recovery in the Orinoco? - Eulogio del Pino, PdVSA
> Can Venezuela recover? - Neil Atkinson, Lloyd's List Intelligence
> What next for Brazilian oil? - Justin Jacobs, Petroleum Economist
> Trinidad and Tobago's big year - Kevin Ramnarine, former energy minister
> Mexico's big opening - Pedro Joaquin Coldwell, Mexico's minister of energy

Asia and Australia

> What China's slowdown means for energy - Kang Wu, Facts Global Energy
> Mixed fortunes for Australian LNG - Graeme Bethune, EnergyQuest

Russia and Europe

> Russian energy in 2016 - Chris Weafer, Macro-Advisor
> Ukraine's energy after Crimea - Simon Pirani, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
> Central Asian Energy in 2016 - Richard Giragosian, Regional Studies Center
> In the bear's shadow: East European energy - Nick Watson, Business News Europe

Climate and Technology

> Climate change after Paris - Michael Levi, Council on Foreign Relations
> Batteries and global energy - Steve LeVine, Energy writer and author
> Marching on: renewables in 2016 - Simon Currie, Norton Rose Fulbright
> Oil versus the grid - Gregor Macdonald, Terrajoule.us

Rich in actionable insight, data and maps, this vital book will both inform direction and provide your organisation with a high quality, valuable resource to refer to time and time again.

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