On to $100 or back to $40?
26 September, 2018 | (01 hr)
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It’s one of those evergreen questions: where will the price of oil go?
In recent years, oil prices have been influenced by a range of factors, including changes in global demand, an upsetting of the supply of fossil and non-fossil fuels, and critical technological, societal and political disruptions.
On our September Window On episode, we will help disentangle the many factors which determine where oil prices may go next.
Join our panel of experts who will provide:
- An assessment of the current state of the oil market;
- Key factors that are driving demand and supply in the US and globally;
- Scenarios as they may evolve; and
- How will businesses be impacted and how can they anticipate possible challenges?
Who Should Attend: Executives and practitioners interested in current events/policies and how they impact business
Mark A. Schwartz, Ph.D.
Dr. Mark A. Schwartz is a Managing Director in the analytics practice at S&P Global Platts. He has led the development of the Long-Term Energy Outlook working closely with the Global Oil, Natural Gas, Coal and other practices to evaluate the key assumptions underlying their outlooks, ensure i...Full Bio
Timothy “Tim” Goodell is Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary for Hess Corporation, a global independent energy company engaged in the exploration and production of crude oil and natural gas. In this role, Tim leads the Legal function, Corporate Aviation, Gov...Full Bio
Sarah Fowler joined Oxford Analytica in September 2016 and covers international economics. Sarah previously worked for seven years at Oxford Economics, where she was responsible for forecasting the economic outlook for several Asian countries and writing more broadly about global emerging markets...Full Bio
Ken Goldstein has been an economist at The Conference Board since 1971. His principal responsibilities include analyzing current trends in labor market activity and forecasting near-term economic development. He also conducts research and analysis for the Business Cycle Indicators Program.<...Full Bio
Ataman Ozyildirim, Ph.D.
Ataman Ozyildirim is an economist and director of business cycles and growth research at The Conference Board. He joined The Conference Board in 1999 as part of the Global Business Cycle Indicators Program that produces The Conference Board Leading Economic Index® fo...Full Bio