Atul Arya, Senior Vice President, IHS Energy, kicked off the final day of the conference with the Friday morning Breakfast and Opening Insight Dialogue “Reflections and Insights from CERAWeek 2014: What’s Ahead for Energy?” Joining Dr. Arya were IHS experts in oil markets, the upstream industry, natural gas, power, the environment, and economics…
Insights by some of the world’s leading energy technologists on the frontiers of innovation, transformation, systems and tools that will reshape the energy future.
Thursday is Power Day at IHS CERAWeek. The Strategic Dialogue breakfasts offered this year included an Africa ministerial dialogue on expanding power on the continent; coastal China’s power supply and environmental concerns; the global outlook for nuclear power; and examinations of government policies and power market dynamics in Texas, in Europe, and in Latin America.
Wednesday at IHS CERAWeek 2014 began as delegates chose among several concurrent Strategic Dialogue breakfasts on a variety of subjects, including energy innovation, Russian gas; Southeast Asia gas and power; the Southern Gas Corridor: from the Caspian to Europe; shale gas and the environment, residential and commercial natural gas consumption; and Africa oil and gas trends.
Tuesday at IHS CERAWeek 2014 began as delegates chose among several concurrent Strategic Dialogue breakfasts on a variety of subjects, such as Canadian crude and liquefied natural gas (LNG), the Latin American upstream, Russian tight oil, Asian supply and demand, operational excellence, upstream cost strategies, IHS Energy perspectives on oil, and unconventional gas and oil’s impact on North American production.