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Outlook 2017: Energy Markets and Politics in the Year Ahead

  • November 2016
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  • Petroleum Economist
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  • 100 pages

Drawing on expert commentary and forecasts from across the industry, and including contributions from chief executives, Wall Street analysts, oil ministers and thought-leaders, Outlook 2017 will offer you the definitive global view of energy markets, economics and politics in 2017. A forward-looking book, Outlook 2017 will inform investors and decision-makers and set the industry’s agenda for the year ahead.

Table Of Contents

Outlook 2017: Energy Markets and Politics in the Year Ahead

Concise articles from Petroleum Economist's expert journalists, looking at trends and developments in 2016. This section covers the geopolitics, market movements, technological shifts and key events that shaped the year.

What happened, when: Key retrospective on what moved markets and what mattered
Oil markets: The big adjustment
Petrodollars: PE's acclaimed graphical illustration of who won and who lost from energy price movements
North America: Stress-testing shale and oil sands
Asia: The big economic transition and why it mattered
Middle East and North Africa: Iran's return, Saudi Arabia's policy shift, Iraq's oil resilience, Libya's descent
Russia: surprising strength
Global geopolitics: War-torn world
Europe: The slippery slope
Africa: Mixed fortunes in East and West Africa
Latin America: Argentine promise, Venezuelan turmoil and Brazil's struggle
Australia: Hungover down under
They said what?
LNG: Bargain basement
Climate: The breakthrough
Renewable and alternative energy: Greener and greener
MandA: Slumptastic

A) Trends

The oil market - Known unknowns
Derek Brower
Oil demand - Structural uncertainty
Michael Cohen
EandP - Post-traumatic efficiencies in order
Keith Myers
Opec - Towards stability in 2017
Mohammad Sanusi Barkindo
Opec - Back in business, probably
Bill Farren-Price
LNG - Too much LNG... for now
Neil Beveridge
LNG demand - Time for the revival
Ian Lewis
Geopolitics - The usual suspects
Neil Quilliam
Upstream costs - Keeping a tight belt
Andy Tidey
MandA - Bring on the deals
Andy Brogan
New tech - The 10 new technologies that will define 2017
Climate - We'll always have Paris
Alessandro Vitelli
Renewables - Forward march
Simon Currie
Energy transition - Oilmageddon
Jeremy Leggett
B) Around the world
The Middle East

Saudi Arabia - Shifting sands
Gerald Butt
Iran - The great return: part two
Robin M Mills
Iraq - Over the worst
Luay Al-Khatteeb
Kurdish Iraq - After Mosul
Kirk H Sowell
Kuwait - Full speed ahead
Gerald Butt
Gulf renewables - Here comes the sun
Laura El-Katiri
East Mediterranean - Hiatus mode
Charles Ellinas
Libya - The Hafter factor
Mattia Toaldo
The Americas
US tight oil - Ain?t got that swing
Jamie Webster
US Gulf - Soldiering on
Kurt Abraham
California - California dreamin?
Gregor Macdonald
Canada - Things can only get better
Shaun Polczer
Mexico - A serious opening
Aldo Flores-Quiroga
Mexico - New wave for Mexican oil
Duncan Wood
Venezuela - Desperate Venezuela
Luisa Palacios
Venezuela - Limited options
Joel Guedes and David Voght, with Kirsten Froede
Brazil - After the car wash
Justin Jacobs
Argentina - Closing the deal
Justin Jacobs
Asia and Australia
China - The great moderation
Abhishek Deshpande and Michael Liu
Australia - What glut?
Graeme Bethune
India - The new demandside dynamo
Amrita Sen and Anapurma Sen
West Africa - Regional revival
Dolapo Oni
Mozambique - The Rovuma wait
Tom Bowker
East Africa - Time to go to market
Peter Bofin
Europe and the FSU
Russia - The Russian surge
Tatiana Mitrova
Russian gas - Battling on all fronts
James Henderson
Ukraine - No gas please, we?re Ukrainian
Simon Pirani
Central Asia - Better late than never
NJ Watson
Turkey - Stuck in the 20th century
Cüneyt Kazokoglu
UK North Sea - Comeback basin?
Malcolm Graham-Wood
Rich in actionable insight, data and maps, this vital book will both inform direction and provide you and your organisation with a high quality, valuable resource to refer to time and time again.

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