Highlights from CERAWeek 2014:
CERAWeek Energy Views: Oil Prices
2015 will be a pivotal year for the oil market with two important variables: 1. OPEC’s stance to the market and 2. How US tight oil production will respond to changes in price. Hear from IHS experts Jim Burkhard and Jamie Webster discussing some big questions ahead for the oil market.
Ernest Moniz Interview
An interview with Ernest Moniz, United States Secretary of Energy at CERAWeek 2014.
Over 50 interviews are planned for CERAWeek 2015.
US Crude Oil Export Decision
US unconventionals crude supplies have increased to the point where exports are being considered. Lifting export restrictions on US crude oil would lower gasoline prices and reduce US petroleum imports while supporting up to 964,000 additional US jobs.
CERAWeek 2014 Excerpt - Mexico's Energy Future
IHS Vice Chairman Daniel Yergin opened Monday’s keynote dinner session, “Mexico’s Energy Future,” by welcoming PEMEX Chief Executive Emilio Lozoya to IHS CERAWeek. Mr. Lozoya spoke about the potential implications across the entire value chain of opening Mexico’s oil sector. Discussing the primary drivers for Mexico’s energy sector liberalization, he cited declining crude oil production and high electricity costs as the main catalysts that pushed the government to open the sector.
A Glimpse Over the Horizon: Energy Game Changers from the MIT Energy Initiative
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.