NOTE: This is a joint meeting luncheon with the SPEGCS Technology Transfer Committee. They and RPSEA (Research Partnership fo Secure Energy for America) are conducteding a two-day technology conference September 9 - 10 on Ultra-Deep Water Research. If you wish to register for the Ultra-Deep Water Research conference, please go to this webpage - www.rpsea.org/events/483/
This joint luncheon meeting will be held on the second day of this technology conference. If you only wish to attend the General Meeting luncheon, please press the green REGISTER button to the right. If you desire to do so after the luncheon, you are welcome to stay for the afternoon session of this event.
Dr. Medlock's presentation abstract
The one constant is change. Nowhere is this more true than in energy markets, which renders predicting the future with any precision to be folly. However, an outlook rooted in fundamental analysis is important to understanding the long term evolution of markets as well as the short term instigators of uncertainty.
Global crude oil and natural gas markets are each in a period of transition, although for different reasons. In each case, pricing is a major source of uncertainty for commercial interests and policy-makers alike. Is the current weakness in oil and gas market prices a harbinger of a “new normal”? How will current and emerging policy paradigms influence market outcomes? More importantly, what can help us answer such questions?
This talk will highlight critical issues in understanding what the future may hold.
Registration & Walk-ins
All attendees are encouraged to register and pay online for this event. This is a more efficient means of registering for the event and enables the registration process at the meeting to move much faster. Walk-in space is available on a seat-limited basis at a fee $5 more than the on-line registration fee.