Webinar: North America Crude Markets long-term outlook

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As the post-Covid-19 recovery gathers momentum, so do questions around the North American market landscape going forward. How will Lower 48 focused producers adapt in a cashflow, ESG, and energy transition focused investing environment, and what does that mean for US supply trajectory? Further, what is the impact of stronger US production growth in 2020s on a presently over-built midstream system and regional differentials? On 13 July, John Colemanand Pablo Prudencio, Senior Research Analyst- Lower 48 Suppy discussed the analysis, forecasts and conclusions in or new long-term outlook to 2050. During the webinar topics addressed included: -Our outlook to 2050 for US Lower 48 production -Lower 48 growth engine: the Permian basin – outlook, key drivers and risks -Western Canada production and egress outlook – when do constraints re-emerge? -Permian basin midstream – overbuilt, but for how long? -US crude exports – volume outlook and coastal infrastructure assessment

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