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2017 Fall Buyside Briefing NYC

  • New York City, United States
Join us for our annual fall buyside breakfast briefing on Thursday, September 14. Our expert analysts, Ed Rawle, Ben Shattuck and Edward Sherfey will present our latest outlook on oil price and supply and address the key questions facing the industry, including: what might a recession do to oil prices? US tight oil supply: how much and for how long? What are the implications of well productivity gains on oil supply? How does the Permian region compare to the rest of the Lower 48?

Agenda

    • 14 September 2017

      • Registration

      • Sessions - Our latest view on oil prices going forward

        Our latest view on oil prices going forward – where do we go from here? What are the key risks and assumptions for our oil price forecast? Demand growth and the economy – what might a recession do to oil prices? Lower 48 oil supply – how m Read More...

      • What are the key risks and assumptions for our oil price forecast?
      • Demand growth and the economy – what might a recession do to oil prices?
      • Lower 48 oil supply – how much, and for how long?
      • Well, that was productive – what are implications of well productivity gains for oil supply?
      • Drillers gonna drill – how much activity is supported by the ability of operators to outspend cashflows?
      • DUC hunt – how much do abnormal DUC backlogs cap price upside?
      • Speakers

        • Ed leads Wood Mackenzie’s global crude oil research and is responsible for Wood Mackenzie's global macroeconomic outlook. He joined Wood Mackenzie in 2009 and has spent 15 years as a professional economist working across energy, metals, and financial markets. Ed built Wood Mackenzie's macroeconomics team – now a global team of economists responsible for our macroeconomic outlook to 2035. Using Wood Mackenzie's upstream analysis, the Team has developed a specialisation in the threats and opportunities facing commodity producing economies. Ed now leads Wood Mackenzie's oil price outlook, including the development and commercialisation of Wood Mackenzie's Oil Price Model. Throughout his career, Ed has focused on macroeconomic forecasting and econometric modeling. Prior to Wood Mackenzie, he headed CRU’s Econometrics team in London – responsible for developing price forecasting models for base metals and steel. Before moving into commodities, Ed held Senior Economist positions at HM Treasury and the UK Debt Management Office where he briefed former Prime Ministers Tony Blair and Gordon Brown. Ed also served as an Economist at the Home Office in London, and the European Central Bank in Frankfurt where he focused on Latin America. Ed holds an MSc in Economics from Southampton University, and a BSc in Economics from The University of Birmingham. He is also an alumnus of the London School of Economics. Ed leads Wood Mackenzie’s global crude oil research and is responsible for Wood Mackenzie's global macroeconomic outlook. He joined Wood Mackenzie in 2009 and has spent 10 years working across the energy and metals space. Ed built out Wood Mackenzie's macroeconomics team – now a global team of economists responsible for our outlook to 2035. Recently he has become responsible for Wood Mackenzie's oil price outlook which includes the development and commercialization of Wood Mackenzie's Oil Price Model and its ancillary services. Before moving into commodities, Ed held Senior Economist positions at HM Treasury and the UK Debt management Office where he briefed former Prime Ministers Tony Blair and Gordon Brown. Ed holds an MSc in Economics from Southampton University, and a BSc in Economics from The University of Birmingham. He is also an alumnus of the London School of Economics.

      • Q&A

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