Growth opportunities in light of IMO 2020 regulation, Opec cuts and rising US crude exports
Argus Global Crude 2018 - Geneva will address opportunities and challenges in today’s crude market.
You can join the most influential decision-makers at this annual meeting place for the entire crude oil supply chain. Meet with international and national oil companies, refineries crude oil trading companies, brokers, regulators, shipping companies, banks and more. This is your opportunity to get strategic intelligence on the global crude market from those in the know.
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Your speakers at the 2018 event include:
- Ben Luckock, Co-head of Group, Market Risk, Trafigura
- James Foster, Global Commodity Head, BP Oil International
- David Fyfe, Chief Economist, Gunvor
- Alessandro Liberati, Global Head of Crude Oil Trading, BB Energy
- Pedro Antonio Merino García, Chief Economist, Repsol
- Haitham Al-Ghais, OPEC Governor - State of Kuwait & Market Research Manager, Kuwait Petroleum Corporation
- Alastair Houlding, Head of Trade & Commodity Finance, ING Belgium
- Adi Imsirovic, Head, Oil Trading, Gazprom Marketing and Trading
- Alexey Rybnikov, Chief Executive Officer, SPIMEX (The Saint-Petersburg International Mercantile Exchange)
Key areas of discussion on your revamped agenda include:
- Global crude market dynamics for 2018/2019 - How is the industry adjusting and evolving in the new economic and geopolitical landscape
- What is the future of US shale oil? Exports to Europe and Asia-Pacific
- New: Crude traders’ perspective: How do successful crude traders generate profitable trades in the new environment?
- IMO 2020 regulation – Hear how freight rates, shipowners, trading firms, crude producers, and refiners will be affected?
- New: Credit and political risk cover for crude buying
- Global and European trading shifts: China, India, Russia, Africa, Middle East, Europe
- New: Head of commodity trade finance’s view: Outlook of the financing environment, and how they can back up crude oil trading business in 2018-19.
- New: From big data, through blockchain, to AI - Which changes will be the most significant for you