Pandemic, Uncertainty and Turmoil: Energy in 2021

When:  Apr 21, 2021 from 01:00 PM to 02:00 PM (ET)
Associated with  COPRI Events
Pandemic, Uncertainty and Turmoil: Energy in 2021 - The Best and Worst of Times Each Require Competitive Resolve for the Oil and Gas Industry
Over the last year, we experienced a historic demand shock resulting from the Covid-19 pandemic and a price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia. This event triggered a significant downturn with unprecedented price volatility, which further spurred concerns about market supply-demand balance. At this point, the market continues to rebalance, the US has had a change in leadership, and there has been significant lack of investment in oil and gas as there has been a turn towards renewables. What does this mean for the oil and gas industry and by extension the offshore market? Join us as a panel of experts from the Baker Institute’s Center for Energy Studies from Rice University discuss these unprecedented times and address some of the key uncertainties moving forward.
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