Controlling supply, changing demand, and maintaining stability
Book your place now to join leading policy and sector figures at the Chatham House Middle East and North Africa Energy 2018 conference, to be held on 29-30 January.
The continuation of OPEC supply cuts, an increase in US shale oil production and low demand growth from Asian markets are altering strategic relationships and geopolitical power balances across global energy markets.
At the same time, a persistently low oil price environment - relative to pre mid-2014 prices - and increased competition from other oil and gas producers, pose challenges for MENA region exporters, exposing vulnerabilities and fault lines at a critical moment when many of the region's energy producers are attempting to pursue long-term political and economic transitions.
The picture is further complicated by uncertainties prompted by an unpredictable Presidential administration in the US, with a variegated policy strategy towards the MENA region.
In this context, this conference will discuss market factors affecting oil and gas supply and demand globally as well as the political developments that will shape the region's long-term economic future.
Read the agenda, see speakers, and secure your place here: cht.hm/2zctXTX
For help with your registration contact Georgia Dalton on +44 (0)20 7314 2785.
This event is organised by Chatham House.