How North America Is Changing the Face of the Global Oil Landscape

“By the end of the decade the IEA expects North America to produce 20% of the world’s oil supply and to have become a ‘titan of unprecedented proportions’ in oil product markets as its exports of refined products soar.” (Wall Street Journal, June 2014)

Platts annual North American Crude Oil Summit is a unique regional agenda covering North America’s growing dominance in the world oil markets.

The conference connects you to global oil market senior executives to discuss the critical developments impacting the upstream and trading communities.

Now Featuring:  IEA

Global Launch — IEA 2015 Medium Term Oil Market Report

Delivered by:

Antoine Halff

Antoine Halff,
Chief Oil Analyst,
International Energy Agency

The Crude Oil Export Ban — Current Status and Prospects for Reform

Theodore W. Kassinger,
O’Melveny & Myers LLP

Tapping the New Tight Oil Plays — Assessing Their Comparative Economic Viability

Tom Petrie,
Petrie Partners

Hear PEMEX Speak about Mexico’s Upstream Developments Post-Energy Reform

Gustavo Hernandez Garcia,
General Director,

"It might be the dead of winter, but it looks as though markets will confront considerably more downside risk in the months ahead... Even so, the market should eventually sort itself out, from a combination of supply and demand responses."

(From Oil and Trouble Ahead in 2015, Citigroup)

Ed Morse

Edward Morse,
Managing Director and Global Head, Commodities,
Citi Group

Hear Ed Morse from Citi Group elaborate further on the future of US oil markets at Platts 4th Annual NA Crude Oil Summit!

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