2016 Agenda

  • Monday March 6
  • Tuesday March 7
  • Wednesday March 8
  • Thursday March 9
  • Friday March 10
  • 7:30am
    Monday March 6
    7:30am - 11:45am
    OPIS Supply & Transportation Summit: Full agenda

    OPIS Supply & Transportation Summit Agenda
    7:30amContinental breakfast
    8:00amWelcome and opening remarks
    8:15amWhat the price action tells us? An exclusive technical forecast for oil prices in 2017 and beyond

    This year may well be a trader’s market in energy, currencies, equities, and even geo-politics where seasonal patterns could play a more pivotal role than usual. Walter Zimmerman, Chief Technical Analyst, United-ICAP, will detail why 2017 may deliver an environment where the petroleum complex searches for the upper edge of a wide swinging, multiyear trading range and suggest what previous years might be templates for the 2017 action. He’ll comment on the unprecedented volume and open interest that makes it difficult to differentiate from clear signal and cacophonous noise.

    9:00amEnergy trading challenges and opportunities

    Lots of companies exited the energy trading picture a few years ago, but others have expanded and prospered. Hartree Partners has found ways to distinguish between the signal and the noise in paper and physical trading for crude oil, refined products, and even gas liquids. Jason Lemme, Managing Director, Hartree Partners, will give attendees some insight into how individual traders and trading houses can maintain the necessary discipline in wildly volatile markets. He’ll look at how the increase in global financial participation has and will impact futures and options’ action, as well as what might lie in store for markets that now often see liquidity stacked in the near months.

    9:45amBreak
    10:00amThe RFS outlook under a new administration

    Twice this decade, Andy Lipow, President, Lipow Oil Associates, has accurately predicted RIN spikes that have gone on to be known as “RINsanity” in the fuels’ market. Perhaps no topic is more controversial in North American markets, thanks to the volatile prices for ethanol and biodiesel RINs, and the impact those price movements have for refiners, producers, and marketers. Now, there’s even serious talk about moving the point of compliance to the terminal, but advocates and opponents of that action have barely thought about the consequences. Mr. Lipow will give an exclusive forecast as to what might happen to RINs’ trading should EPA radically change or tweak policies, and elaborate on how refiners can stay ahead of an unpredictable EPA under President Trump.

    10:45amMaster limited partnerships: The new and improved future?

    After a short hiatus, it now seems certain that Master Limited Partnerships (MLPs) have a bright future as the Trump administration puts US infrastructure, particularly in the energy sector, back on the front burner. But a robust build-out or restructuring of new pipelines, storage facilities, and other elements of the oil, gas, and renewables’ segments is likely to coincide with a major overhaul of tax laws. Tim Fenn, Partner, Latham & Watkins, will take a look at the next stage in evolution for MLPs, and forecast what the landscape might look like for petroleum logistics. He’ll detail where consolidation makes sense and where shifting back to a normal corporate structure might be a better choice.

    11:30amQ&A and closing remarks
    11:45amCERAWeek luncheon, sessions, and reception
    7:30pmOPIS Supply and Transportation Summit—Networking dinner

    Open to all attendees.

  • 12:00pm
    Monday March 6
    12:00pm - 1:20pm
    CERAWeek Welcome and Luncheon Dialogue

    Dialogue
    Building tomorrow’s infrastructure
    • 1:20pm
      Monday March 6
      1:20pm - 1:35pm
      Break

    • 1:35pm
      Monday March 6
      1:35pm - 2:05pm
      Plenary

      LIVE: Ministerial address
    • 2:10pm
      Monday March 6
      2:10pm - 2:40pm
      Plenary

      Plenary
      LIVE: Global oil dialogue
    • 2:40pm
      Monday March 6
      2:40pm - 3:20pm
      Plenary

      Plenary
      Leadership dialogue
      • 3:20pm
        Monday March 6
        3:20pm - 3:45pm
        Plenary

        Plenary
        Leadership dialogue
      • 3:45pm
        Monday March 6
        3:45pm - 4:00pm
        Break

      • 3:45pm
        Monday March 6
        3:45pm - 4:45pm
        Agora Studio

        Agora Studio
        Models of innovation: Strategies for growth

        As demands for energy technology expand and evolve, so too are the means by which energy producers are seeking to meet those needs. Recent developments are prompting companies to take a broader portfolio approach to technology development—shifting from a largely internal focus and toward more open forms of innovation.

      • 4:00pm
        Monday March 6
        4:00pm - 4:50pm
        Plenary

        Plenary
        Investing in an uncertain energy future: How to play the cycle
      • 4:50pm
        Monday March 6
        4:50pm - 5:40pm
        Plenary

        Plenary
        Adapting to the new energy era
      • 5:40pm
        Monday March 6
        5:40pm - 6:30pm
        Plenary

        Plenary
        The new equation for energy and the environment
      • 6:30pm
        Monday March 6
        6:30pm - 7:30pm
        CERAWeek Welcome Reception

        Conference-wide Welcome Reception
        Sponsored by the Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas, Government of India
      • 7:30pm
        Monday March 6
        7:30pm - 9:30pm
        Concurrent Dinners

        India’s new hydrocarbon exploration and licensing policy—A prelude

        This dinner is open to media.

        Insight Dinner
        OPIS Supply & Transportation Dinner

        Open to all attendees, excluding media.

        Insight Dinner
        New eras for sustainability?

        The world once looked to developed economies to chart a path to global sustainability. In 2017 that path looks more complex, with contribution levels determined nationally by emerging and developed economies; new leaders and policies elected in 2016 and 2017; and an increasingly active business community of energy consumers, producers, and financial players. Do these changes put the goal of sustainability at risk? Will these multiple new eras of sustainability bring faster and more robust change?

        This session is closed to all media.

        Insight Dinner
        Resilience and cybersecurity: Should we be worried?

        Ensuring resilience of energy infrastructure is a growing strategic and policy priority for the energy industry and governments. Threats to critical infrastructure are on the rise, ranging from cyber to physical attacks. How resilient is the current energy infrastructure? What are the threats—and opportunities—of the rapid adoption of connected technologies and artificial intelligence? What initiatives and practices by the energy industry are being developed to safeguard infrastructure and ensure resilience?

        This session is closed to all media.

        Insight Dinner
        Technological innovation in energy sector—Evolution or revolution?


        Global transitions in the energy sector usually take decades, with fossil fuels continuing to dominate the energy mix. The recent pace of technological change has surprised the industry—from unconventional resources to the rapid growth of solar PV. Technological innovation will be key to decarbonizing the global energy supply while also helping the energy industry remain profitable and competitive. This session will ask where will the next surprise innovations come from?

        This session is closed to all media.

        Insight Dinner
        The global economic outlook: Pro-growth populism or protectionist populism

        The political earthquakes of 2016 have upended conventional thinking about the global economy, while ironically brightening the outlook. With the expectation that the Trump administration will enact sizable fiscal stimulus, optimism has increased about US and global growth with recent improvements in the US stock indexes, interest rates, and US dollar. While IHS Markit believes that the balance of these trends will be moderately positive for global growth, political and policy uncertainties have also increased.

        This session is closed to all media.

        Insight Dinner
        The race for knowledge: Risks, opportunities, and competitive advantage

        Knowledge management is increasingly central to the competitive strategies of energy companies, and a key driver of growth, cost optimization, and risk management objectives. Competitive advantage in the energy industry will be driven by the ability to access, harness, and utilize knowledge—both internal and external. Leveraging knowledge is becoming ever more critical and strategic. How will companies grapple with looming demographic trends such as loss of knowledge through retirement of baby boomers, information overload, inefficiencies such as stove piping of critical content, and protecting information assets?

        This session is closed to all media.

        Insight Dinner
        US energy policy: Post election?

        How will the US energy policy change under the Trump administration, and how will these changes influence global energy markets and geopolitics? This dinner will cover a range of questions from regulations and infrastructure to federal and global politics.

        This session is closed to all media.

        • 7:00am
          Tuesday March 7
          7:00am - 8:40am
          Breakfast and Dialogue

          Breakfast Dialogue
          Russia’s energy future: Ministerial breakfast and dialogue

          New projects and new technologies are driving Eurasian oil production to new heights. Will this continue or are changes on the horizon, either from administrative decisions to collaborate with OPEC or financial constraints?

        • 7:30am
          Tuesday March 7
          7:30am - 8:40am
          Breakfast & Strategic Dialogues

          Breakfast Dialogue
          Africa upstream: Renewal ahead—or not?

          Sub-Saharan Africa has been a prolific region for industry-leading hydrocarbon discoveries, but with few projects being developed and low prices, exploration activity has sharply decreased. What strategies are upstream companies pursuing in response to the challenges they face? How are regional governments adjusting to today's reality in order to compete for tomorrow's investment?

          Breakfast Dialogue
          Canada’s changing energy policy landscape

          Since 2014, the Canadian energy policy landscape has undergone dramatic transitions. Commodity prices have fallen, new governments have come to power, and a significant advancement of Canadian climate policy has occurred. This session will speak to these dramatic changes and what this may mean for the future of the Canadian energy and, specifically, the oil sector.

          Strategic Dialogue
          Disclosing carbon asset risk: The shape of things to come?

          The Financial Stability Board’s Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosure (TCFD) issued its draft report in December 2016 and will submit its final report to the G-20 in June. TCFD recommends a framework of voluntary disclosures to quantify financial risks and opportunities arising from climate change. What would adoption of the framework mean for energy companies and financial institutions? Is it possible for companies in different sectors with widely differing business models to provide consistent, forward-looking, “decision-useful” information?

          Breakfast Dialogue
          Future of oil and gas development in Asia

          While Asian oil and gas demand has sharply increased over the last few years, the supply-side outlook is mixed. Local NOCs have decreased upstream investments because of low oil prices, while many IOCs have left Asia to focus on core assets closer to home. As oil price recovers, how will companies and countries respond to attract new investments and partnerships? What role will technology play?

          Breakfast Dialogue
          Latin America upstream: An exploration hot spot

          Despite record cuts in exploration spending, operators have continued to add critical new supply for Latin America: Large, new discoveries have been made in Guyana, Mexico, and Chile, and both Brazil’s presalt and Argentina’s Vaca Muerta are continuing to gain scale. Moreover, a new wave of access is expected, with Mexico and Brazil, in particular, offering large opportunities. Where will the next major discoveries be and how will companies expand the existing ones?

          Breakfast Dialogue
          North American refining: Evolving industry and regulations

          What does the future hold for the North American refining industry? The vantage point of refiners is key—specifically their location and market reach. How will global market conditions and domestic regulations impact market dynamics in the years ahead?

          Breakfast Dialogue
          The business of deep water in a new price era

          Deepwater reserves were expected to provide a significant source of production growth. However, since the oil price collapse, deepwater projects have been cancelled, delayed, and redesigned, impacting future reserves additions. Still, the deep water will receive substantial investment and new supplies will come onstream. How does this future deep water compare with the last 15 years? Deepwater leaders will discuss the transformation of the deepwater portfolio, the sustainability of new models, the growth outlook, and the competitor landscape.

          Breakfast Dialogue
          The new geopolitics of oil: OPEC and non-OPEC

          Non-OPEC participation was critical to sealing the supply agreement between OPEC members and a number of non-OPEC countries, particularly Russia. Was this a one-off agreement or a signpost for new, enduring dynamics between key OPEC and non-OPEC countries?

        • 7:30am
          Tuesday March 7
          7:30am - 8:40am
          Agora Studio

          Agora Studio
          Putting carbon to work: Leapfrogs for carbon capture, utilization, and storage 

          Leveraging existing capabilities of E&P industry, CCUS has held promise as the bridge technology to a low carbon energy future for over a decade. However, only a handful of pilot projects are in operation. Several commercial deployments are anticipated to start up shortly—will the industry finally cross that bridge?

        • 8:50am
          Tuesday March 7
          8:50am - 9:25am
          Plenary

          Plenary
          LIVE: Welcome and ministerial address
        • 9:25am
          Tuesday March 7
          9:25am - 9:55am
          Plenary

          Plenary
          Opening oil dialogue
        • 9:55am
          Tuesday March 7
          9:55am - 10:20am
          Plenary

          Ministerial dialogue
        • 10:00am
          Tuesday March 7
          10:00am - 6:30pm
          Agora Exploration Pods

          Agora Studio
          Exploration Pod Sessions

          Visit Agora Exploration Pods on Level 4 for interactive sessions from a former NASA astronaut, sessions on next generation drones, additive manufacturing, artificial intelligence, and many more! For more information on the timing and topic of Exploration Pod sessions, please refer to the Agora Program Guide.

        • 10:20am
          Tuesday March 7
          10:20am - 10:45am
          Plenary

          Plenary
          Global oil dialogue
        • 10:45am
          Tuesday March 7
          10:45am - 11:00am
          Break

        • 11:00am
          Tuesday March 7
          11:00am - 12:10pm
          Strategic Dialogues

          Strategic Dialogue
          Financing the upstream: Recapitalization of upstream sector

          Access to capital was an essential driver of the great revival of US oil production. In today's market, is access to capital changing? Who will provide the capital for upstream investment in the years ahead?

            Strategic Dialogue
            Global refining: Pressures and opportunities

            Global oil demand has been buoyant because of lower prices. But big questions loom that will shape the fortunes of the refining industry in the years ahead. In addition to economic uncertainty, the future use of oil in transport is a big question. But there are also opportunities such as the upcoming change in bunker fuel specifications. What dynamics will influence success for refiners around the world?

            Strategic Dialogue
            International oil company strategies: Positioning for the future

            IOCs have focused relentlessly on reconfiguring portfolios to be competitive in a lower-for-longer price environment. In some cases, IOCs have made wholesale changes in geographic focus, targeted asset types, and proffered return metrics and capital strategies. Many are also testing investments against carbon taxes at different levels. How much of the cost reduction is sustainable? How have portfolios changed? Where can larger E&P companies find scale? Are the new business models sustainable?

            Strategic Dialogue
            National oil company strategies: Positioning for the future

            After two years of significant price decline, loss of revenue, and cost cutting, NOCs are now reevaluating their strategies for the medium to long term. Although price outlook is bullish after the OPEC agreement, there are significant challenges for the future, including lack of capital investments, competition for customers, oversupply in LNG/gas markets, and uncertainty for oil demand. How will NOCs respond to these challenges? Where do they see opportunities? What are the avenues for partnerships between IOCs and NOCs?

            Strategic Dialogue
            Oil price cycles: What are they and where are we now?

            Although the driving force of oil cycles is the same—the reaction of price to demand and supply—the form and timing of the reaction differs with each cycle. But it would be notable from a historical perspective if the current era of abundant supply lasted only several years. The average duration of the past two eras of surplus is 15 years. However, market conditions point to the possibility of an end to the current cycle in the next several years. Will this be a relatively short era of surplus—or not?

              Breakfast Dialogue
              Rethinking sanctions in the new era

              Do sanctions work as a diplomatic tool? US and European energy and financial sanctions on Iran contributed to an international agreement with Iran to restrain its nuclear program, but US discord over that deal may lead to its dissolution. Could a new deal or sanctions be achieved with international consensus? Alternatively, US and European sanctions on Russia for its actions in Ukraine have not succeeded in changing Russia’s policies nor decreased its oil production. Have these sanctions failed? How might the Trump administration affect policy and US and European energy sanctions toward Russia and Iran?

              Strategic Dialogue
              Service company strategies: Positioning for the future

              The extreme focus of IOCs and NOCs on reducing costs, simplifying designs, and improving operating efficiency has forced service sector companies to rethink their own business models. Many sectors face considerable overcapacity that must be rationalized; many are engaged in mergers and alliances; and others view the industry's structural changes as an opportunity to increase their energy footprint. What are service companies doing to increase competitiveness? Which changes are sustainable? What will the competitive landscape look like in five years?

              Strategic Dialogue
              The Permian phoenix: Rising again

              The Permian Basin is the world’s original “super basin.” It has produced billions of barrels of oil over its nearly 100 years. Now, after decades in decline, new technologies have rejuvenated the basin, but how far can it run? And how fast? This session explores the basin’s potential from a number of angles—geologic, competitive, technological, and infrastructure—to consider when thinking about its oil and gas future to 2020.

              Strategic Dialogue
              Upstream performance trends: Enhancing operational efficiency

              Upstream projects and assets struggling to meet economic hurdles in today’s low price environment are, in many cases, turning to lower supply chain costs, leaner designs, and new development approaches to improve their viability. What role can technology play in enabling these new design concepts and operating models, what impact are they having on industry capital and operating efficiency today, and will these effects be sustained as prices start to rise?

              • 11:00am
                Tuesday March 7
                11:00am - 12:10pm
                Agora Studio

                Agora Studio
                Ride hailing and driverless technology: Oil’s friend or foe?

                Ride hailing services like Uber, Didi, and Lyft are providing millions of new rides per day. This new “mobility as a service” market coupled with driverless technology could significantly impact the whole automotive ecosystem, and particularly oil demand. Will these new miles be gasoline or electric? How personal mobility changes and what powers this change will be critical to future oil and power demand.

              • 12:20pm
                Tuesday March 7
                12:20pm - 1:30pm
                Plenary and Luncheon

                Dialogue
                LIVE: Oil industry in transition: Where are we in the cycle?
                • 1:30pm
                  Tuesday March 7
                  1:30pm - 1:40pm
                  Break

                • 1:40pm
                  Tuesday March 7
                  1:40pm - 2:05pm
                  Plenary

                  Dialogue
                  Oil and gas leadership dialogue
                • 2:05pm
                  Tuesday March 7
                  2:05pm - 2:25pm
                  Plenary

                  Oil and gas leadership dialogue
                • 2:25pm
                  Tuesday March 7
                  2:25pm - 3:05pm
                  Plenary

                  Plenary
                  Promise and peril: The future of manufacturing, technology, and infrastructure
                  • 3:05pm
                    Tuesday March 7
                    3:05pm - 3:25pm
                    Plenary

                    Plenary
                    Ministerial dialogue
                  • 3:25pm
                    Tuesday March 7
                    3:25pm - 3:45pm
                    Plenary

                    Plenary
                    Ministerial dialogue
                  • 3:45pm
                    Tuesday March 7
                    3:45pm - 4:05pm
                    Plenary

                    Ministerial dialogue
                  • 4:00pm
                    Tuesday March 7
                    4:00pm - 5:15pm
                    Agora Studio

                    Agora Studio
                    Agile, additive, autonomous—Technology and the reshaping of the energy supply chain

                    New technologies, such as autonomous intelligence, additive manufacturing, and block-chain are radically altering traditional supply chain concepts. The industry is still in early innings of deploying these transformative capabilities. How might these technologies finally tackle the persistent challenges around complexity, transparency, resiliency, speed, and efficiency in the supply chain system? Join us for a primer on these emerging technologies and structured group discussion to explore their impact.

                  • 4:05pm
                    Tuesday March 7
                    4:05pm - 4:10pm
                    Break

                  • 4:10pm
                    Tuesday March 7
                    4:10pm - 4:50pm
                    Concurrent Plenaries

                    Concurrent Plenary
                    Prolific Permian: Generational perspectives
                      Concurrent Plenary
                      LIVE: Transforming Global E&P
                    • 4:50pm
                      Tuesday March 7
                      4:50pm - 4:55pm
                      Break

                    • 4:55pm
                      Tuesday March 7
                      4:55pm - 5:45pm
                      Concurrent Plenaries

                      Concurrent Plenary
                      Getting back to growth in the upstream
                      Concurrent Plenary
                      Oil markets and downstream
                    • 5:30pm
                      Tuesday March 7
                      5:30pm - 6:30pm
                      Agora Studio

                      Agora Studio
                      Today’s reality? The digital oil field

                      The digital oil field has not quite lived up to the promise the upstream industry laid out for it over a decade ago. How can (and is) the concept evolve to deliver on its full potential?

                    • 5:45pm
                      Tuesday March 7
                      5:45pm - 5:50pm
                      Break

                    • 5:50pm
                      Tuesday March 7
                      5:50pm - 6:30pm
                      IHS Markit Expert Discussions

                      Border adjustment tax: Implications for oil prices and trade

                      The House Republican plan would transform the corporate income tax into a destination-based cash flow tax – also called a border adjustment tax (BAT) – that exempts the full value of exports but includes the full value of imports in the tax base. What are the potential price and trade impacts of the BAT on crude oil, refined products and other traded energy commodities? What are other potential consequences including from the resulting increase in the US dollar?

                      This session is closed to all media.

                      Ihs Markit Expert Discussion
                      Changes in marine fuel specs and impact on refining margins

                      In less than three years, the International Maritime Organization will implement bunker fuel quality changes that could disrupt the refining, shipping, and bunker supply industries. How are companies and industries preparing for these changes? This session will explore the key issues surrounding this important industry topic and draw on extensive IHS Markit research.

                      This session is closed to all media.

                        Ihs Markit Expert Discussion
                        Global energy scenarios: Reinventing the wheel

                        How will ride hailing, electric vehicles, and driverless cars shape the future? We will discuss ideas about how these new drivers of change could transform the automotive eco-system—and what it means for oil companies.

                        This session is closed to all media.

                        Ihs Markit Expert Discussion
                        Global liquids supply outlook

                        Projections for global liquids supply over the next five to ten years are being changed by multiple factors, including new investment deferrals, changes in base production decline rates, new upstream openings, and fiscal term adjustments. The need to forecast global liquids production in the near term to longer term, and accurately label and understand the underlying strategic assumptions, both below- and aboveground, is more critical than ever. IHS Markit experts will discuss our assumptions, methodologies, and outlook for key countries.

                        This session is closed to all media.

                        Ihs Markit Expert Discussion
                        Latin America upstream

                        With most Latin American countries experiencing declining liquids production, the opening of several upstream sectors to exploration is accompanied by changes to the competitive landscape. For the first time in decades, Latin American NOCs are not driving E&P. With aboveground risk still a significant obstacle to increasing foreign direct investment, how will regional governments and IOCs, whether partnered with regional NOCs or not, manage risk? What is the 10-year forecast for E&P activity and growth? Do regional NOCs have the financial ability to drive overall investment and exploration activity?

                        This session is closed to all media.

                        Ihs Markit Expert Discussion
                        Natural Gas Liquids: Where will the market absorb supply growth?

                        Supply of NGLs is expanding—and at a much faster rate than crude oil. Indeed, nearly one-third of global liquids demand growth in 2017 and 2018 may come from LPG. What are the growth markets—and what does it mean for NGL market dynamics?

                        This session is closed to all media.

                        Ihs Markit Expert Discussion
                        Outlook for E&P terms and other upstream investment conditions in 2017

                        Despite an expected additional modest price recovery in 2017, producer governments will remain under significant fiscal pressure in 2017, prompting further adjustments to fiscal and other E&P terms and conditions. These governments will also face competition from frontier countries now positioning themselves to capture new investment spending.

                        This session is closed to all media.

                          Ihs Markit Expert Discussion
                          RINS: Market impact of biofuels and blending requirements in the United States

                          Renewable Identification Numbers (RINS) are assigned to track a batch of biofuels from production to blending into gasoline and diesel. The value of RINS is volatile and can have a significant impact on wholesale and retail operations. What is current thinking about the value of RINS in 2017‒18?

                          This session is closed to all media.

                          Ihs Markit Expert Discussion
                          Super basins outside the United States

                          The future of oil supply could be transformed if a number of “super basins” such as the US Permian were fully exploited around the world. There are significant challenges to achieving these sorts of results, chiefly aboveground risks and their mitigation. IHS Markit has identified super basins as those having already produced at least 5 billion boe with another 5 billion boe remaining, with multiple stacked plays, typically more than one source rock, available service sector, and infrastructure. We have identified 25 such global basins, plus an additional 24 “Tier Two” basins. IHS Markit experts will discuss methodology and results, and the implications for future investment.

                          This session is closed to all media.

                          Ihs Markit Expert Discussion
                          The great cost reset: The new competitive dynamic in US unconventionals, global deep water, and the Middle East

                          In the past two years, the oil and gas industry has made drastic changes to reset the cost structure to be competitive in a lower oil price world. Some of the changes are sustainable, others are not. The IHS Markit Costs and Technology team looks at the new competitive dynamic, costs, among the major sources of supply growth—the US onshore, deep water, and the Middle East—which will have important portfolio allocation implications going forward.

                          This session is closed to all media.

                          Ihs Markit Expert Discussion
                          Upstream capital strategies in the wake of the reset

                          After enduring shock and paralysis caused by the dramatic and sustained drop in commodity prices, upstream companies are now shifting their focus toward the pursuit of growth. However, with limited economic opportunities at this new price paradigm, competition for quality assets will be intense. Having come out of this down cycle with historically high levels of debt, companies will be challenged to execute a winning strategy and must counterbalance their asset strategy with their capital strategy. During this session, companies and transactions experts will discuss the challenges facing Independents, IOCs, and NOCs and their emerging strategies, as well as which companies are in position to execute. We will also discuss our IHS Markit outlook for the 2017 upstream M&A market.

                          This session is closed to all media.

                        • 6:30pm
                          Tuesday March 7
                          6:30pm - 7:30pm
                          Conference-wide Reception

                          Level 2 – Foyer
                        • 7:30pm
                          Tuesday March 7
                          7:30pm - 9:30pm
                          Dinner

                          Keynote
                          Keynote
                        • 7:30am
                          Wednesday March 8
                          7:30am - 8:50am
                          Breakfast & Strategic Dialogues

                          Breakfast Dialogue
                          Ministerial dialogue: Prospects for the Levant Basin
                          A wide-ranging discussion with Minister Steinitz on the changing regional dynamics and Israel’s emerging role as a natural gas producer. Key topics include natural gas in the Levant: the changing dynamics and Israel’s emerging role; new policies and investment opportunities in Israel's Exclusive Economic Zone in the Mediterranean Sea; and the shifting calculus of Middle Eastern geopolitics.
                          Breakfast Dialogue
                          After the Permian: What’s next for North America?

                          The Permian Basin is a magnet for E&P risk capital because of its cost reduction, performance enhancement, and robust overall production outlook. But with the cost of quality acreage climbing, industry players are looking beyond the Permian.

                          Breakfast Dialogue
                          Asian gas markets: Reforms, new players, and implications for LNG

                          As the global gas market enters a period of oversupply, the biggest buyers in Asia are adjusting their purchasing strategies. In addition to more aggressive price negotiations, many utilities that have been long-term customers of various national importers (e.g., NOCs) are looking to enter the global market and procure their own gas, creating new dynamics in a fast-changing market. How will domestic market reforms in areas such as infrastructure access and pricing impact future LNG procurement?

                            Breakfast Dialogue
                            Does pricing carbon have a future

                            Despite the theoretical case for pricing CO2 emissions, carbon pricing regimes have not delivered strong results in practice. Going forward, China and Canada plan more use of carbon pricing, while the EU may be losing faith in the ETS and the future of US regional systems are also in question. What is the outlook for more effective pricing regimes and how might carbon pricing incentivize efficiency and new technology?

                            Breakfast Dialogue
                            The promise and challenge of growing LNG demand in a period of oversupply

                            LNG market fundamentals point to a sustained period of looseness in the coming years due to large capacity additions, coupled with demand weakness from many existing markets. However, a significant number of countries do not import—nor have plans to import—LNG. What key risks and factors need to be addressed to bring more of these countries into the LNG market? How can project developers actively support their development?

                            Ihs Markit Expert Discussion
                            LNG cost and innovation

                            An impending global LNG oversupply will lead to an ever-competitive market. New project developments will require a cost advantage in order to remain competitive against other fuels and other gas supplies. Can LNG survive? This session will explore some of the innovative solutions that have been proposed—from mini- and small-scale, traditional cost-control to novel approaches to liquefaction—their advantages, disadvantages, and likelihood of transforming the industry.

                            Breakfast Dialogue
                            North American gas: Going oily and arriving late

                            Low natural gas prices have largely restricted North American production growth to Appalachia and associated gas. Low oil prices subsequently reduced associated gas production. Concurrently, delays to pipeline infrastructure expansions out of Appalachia have driven a tighter and more volatile natural gas market. With oil activity disconnected from gas prices and pipeline project in-service dates increasingly uncertain, how do gas buyers, sellers, and transporters manage through a less predictable and increasingly volatile market?

                            Breakfast Dialogue
                            Solving Southern Cone’s natural gas trade puzzle

                            Natural gas is a growing component of Southern Cone’s energy mix. Significant and diverse supplies around the region remain constantly challenged with meeting rising demand. Recent changes in the regional energy landscape bring new challenges, requiring new strategies from countries and market participants. What is ahead for the regional gas markets following recent changes in Argentina and Brazil? What are the opportunities from the changing regional landscape? What role will LNG play and what are the signposts for future changes?

                            Breakfast Dialogue
                            Supplying gas to Europe: Capitalizing on a growing, flexible market

                            Europe is a major traded gas market with a growing requirement for imports, but where will these imports come from? Russia will remain a major supplier and LNG supply will grow, but will there be space to absorb the coming surge in LNG supply? How will Russian gas be transported to Europe? What is the potential for new suppliers to enter the market?

                            Strategic Dialogue
                            The future of exploration

                            IHS Markit forecasts minimal growth in global exploration spending through 2020. While new discoveries outside onshore North America have been in decline since 2012, there are exploration “hot spots” and critical wells that will define the potential for new areas. As some companies pull back from conventional exploration, others see it as an opportunity. How are exploration strategies changing in the evolving business environment?

                          • 7:30am
                            Wednesday March 8
                            7:30am - 8:50am
                            Energy Innovation Pioneers

                            Breakfast Dialogue
                            Leveraging startups to meet the challenges of the new energy landscape

                            As the oil and gas industry develops strategies to meet the challenges of the new energy landscape—competing energy supplies, changing hydrocarbon demand, and increasing climate concerns—new strategies for innovation are also needed. This panel explores how startups introducing new, rapidly scalable technologies are transforming the oil and gas industry. Meet members of the 2017 class of Energy Innovation Pioneers.

                          • 9:00am
                            Wednesday March 8
                            9:00am - 10:00am
                            Plenary

                            Plenary
                            Global gas plenary
                          • 9:00am
                            Wednesday March 8
                            9:00am - 5:30pm
                            Agora Exploration Pods

                            Agora Studio
                            Exploration Pod Sessions

                            Visit the Agora Exploration Pods on Level 4 for interactive presentations by Energy Innovation Pioneers and technology leaders. For more information on the timing and topic of Exploration Pod sessions, please refer to the Agora Program Guide.

                          • 10:00am
                            Wednesday March 8
                            10:00am - 11:00am
                            Plenary

                            Plenary
                            LIVE: Whatever happened to globalization?
                          • 11:00am
                            Wednesday March 8
                            11:00am - 11:30am
                            Break

                          • 11:30am
                            Wednesday March 8
                            11:30am - 12:40pm
                            Strategic Dialogues

                            Strategic Dialogue
                            Economic reform in the Middle East: Opportunities and challenges

                            As oil and gas producers in the Middle East assess products for major shifts in demand, what are their strategies for economic diversification, and what are the prospects for success? How critical are changes in domestic policies to reflect global energy prices, incentivize efficiency measures, and align national spending patterns with resource constraints? What are the risks for political unrest? Do regional wars and conflicts constrain the capacity of nations to manage their own domestic reforms?

                            Strategic Dialogue
                            Follow the money: How do coal producers meet demand?

                            What role will coal play in the global energy and steel production mix of the future? Recent events have driven renewed interest in the coal industry, highlighted by a wave of IPOs. Yet financing a coal project in today's environment is deeply complex and challenging. Markets remain volatile, highlighted by the recent unexpected dramatic price increases for premium coal. Meanwhile, removing regulatory constraints on coal is high on the agenda for the new Trump administration. What are the prospects ahead for coal markets, investment, and industry strategies?

                            Strategic Dialogue
                            India: The emerging energy powerhouse?

                            India is one of the fastest growing economies in the world. Energy is key to this growth continuing. With aspirations to reduce dependence on imported oil and gas, provide 24/7 power to every citizen, and reduce carbon emissions, the Modi government is reducing bureaucracy and incentivizing international private investments in energy infrastructure. This panel will examine the entire value chain and ask what polices are needed to accelerate energy infrastructure investments. Can gas and renewables play a bigger role in India’s energy mix? Where can international companies invest and earn competitive returns?

                            Strategic Dialogue
                            Is a global liquids supply gap looming?

                            In 2013–16 global exploration spend fell by over 60%, while new development projects were cancelled and delayed. While US activity is rising again in 2017, many regions anticipate lower investment. The lack of investment and projected shortfalls may result in lower production outlooks post-2020. What is the potential for a global liquids supply gap or a resurgence of US unconventionals, continued growth in Middle East production, and the resilience of liquids supplies from Russia and other locales?

                            Strategic Dialogue
                            New gas supplies

                            In the second half of this decade, the global gas market is expanding significantly as a new wave of supply comes online: indigenous production, pipeline gas, and most notably LNG. Beyond this, many more projects are competing to supply new gas to meet expectations of rising long-term demand. However, there are a number of challenges to bringing these developments to FID, including oversupply concerns and financing challenges. This panel will explore the drivers behind successfully delivering major new international gas projects.

                            Strategic Dialogue
                            North American gas demand: Go abroad or go home?

                            North American gas supplies remain plentiful, and market development efforts remains critical in the face of competition from renewables in the power sector, potential of cyclical weakness in export markets, and longer-term efforts to limit carbon emissions from all sources. This panel will explore the prospects for demand development, and how companies are addressing these challenges.

                            Strategic Dialogue
                            Prospects for LNG hubs

                            The Atlantic traded gas hubs took about 20 years to have sufficient liquidity and depth to be a price reference point for gas and LNG traded over various forward time horizons. However, a truly liquid traded gas or LNG hub in Asia has yet to be established that would create a truly global gas market. This session explores current initiatives for LNG hubs in Asia and elsewhere and asks, Is it possible to establish a truly global gas market?

                            Strategic Dialogue
                            The role of gas in the low-carbon transition

                            Gas once seemed the bridge fuel of choice. But concerns about methane emissions, pipeline leaks, fracking, and infrastructure lock-in have brought regulation and mistrust. What should be the role of gas in the future energy mix, and what are the key enablers and constraints?

                            Strategic Dialogue
                            Upstream and infrastructure finance

                            The current low oil and gas prices have introduced new financing challenges for oil and gas upstream and midstream projects while potentially creating new opportunities. Although domestic US gas prices rose somewhat in 2016, they remain low and LNG oversupply concerns affect prospective liquefaction projects globally. With gas capex budgets being slashed and the sovereign financing capability of key gas-producing countries being reduced, this low-price environment may allow investors to develop strategies that evolve to finance tomorrow's needs and take on higher levels of risk.

                          • 11:30am
                            Wednesday March 8
                            11:30am - 12:40pm
                            Agora Studio

                            Agora Studio
                            Mans + machine: The changing workforce

                            Today, the changing role of robotics and the accelerating rate of adoption of emerging technologies like AI are changing work from the factory floor to the corner office. The energy industry has been facing the dual challenge of aging workforce and dwindling popularity—how will they deal with these new questions?

                          • 12:50pm
                            Wednesday March 8
                            12:50pm - 2:00pm
                            Plenary and Luncheon

                            Plenary
                            Energy dialogue
                          • 2:00pm
                            Wednesday March 8
                            2:00pm - 2:10pm
                            Break

                          • 2:10pm
                            Wednesday March 8
                            2:10pm - 3:00pm
                            Plenary

                            Plenary
                            North America’s E&P future
                          • 3:00pm
                            Wednesday March 8
                            3:00pm - 3:45pm
                            Plenary

                            Plenary
                            The global LNG future
                          • 3:45pm
                            Wednesday March 8
                            3:45pm - 4:15pm
                            Plenary

                            Plenary
                            Leadership dialogue
                          • 4:15pm
                            Wednesday March 8
                            4:15pm - 4:40pm
                            Plenary

                            Plenary
                            Ministerial dialogue
                          • 4:40pm
                            Wednesday March 8
                            4:40pm - 5:05pm
                            Plenary

                            Ministerial dialogue
                          • 5:05pm
                            Wednesday March 8
                            5:05pm - 5:30pm
                            Break

                          • 5:20pm
                            Wednesday March 8
                            5:20pm - 6:20pm
                            Agora Studio

                            Agora Studio
                            AI, machine learning, and energy: An explosive combination

                            In an increasingly complex world, generating nearly 50,000 GB of data per second, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) offer the mechanism by which data and complexity can be unraveled to gain insight. Join us for an interactive discussion to both demystify AI & ML and explore how they affect your world today and how they might affect your world tomorrow?

                            • 5:30pm
                              Wednesday March 8
                              5:30pm - 6:20pm
                              Concurrent Plenaries

                              Concurrent Plenary
                              Natural gas and its markets
                              Strategic Dialogue
                              Energy and the future of mobility
                            • 6:30pm
                              Wednesday March 8
                              6:30pm - 9:00pm
                              Conference-wide Reception and Dinner

                              Reception
                              Dinner
                            • 7:30am
                              Thursday March 9
                              7:30am - 8:40am
                              Breakfast & Strategic Dialogues

                              Breakfast Dialogue
                              Coal’s evolving role in Asia’s power future

                              Economic development and expanding energy access are driving Asian power demand, while energy affordability remains paramount to fuel choices, causing many Asian countries to rely on coal-fired power additions to boost supply. Some markets that traditionally relied on natural gas or hydro face challenges ramping up these fuels, creating a large opening for coal in countries such as Vietnam, the Philippines, and Pakistan. Other coal-dependent markets, such as India, Indonesia, Malaysia, and China, continue to see coal as a critical fuel. What are the future drivers and challenges for coal use in power?

                              Breakfast Dialogue
                              European power markets: The market design and climate imperative

                              Europe has transitioned further toward a lower carbon future than other developed economies. The power sector has seen the greatest transformation, adding over 130 GW of renewables and severely challenging the profitability of thermal assets. A number of governments are now implementing different forms of capacity support to ensure the security of power supply. Europe is also considering the options to meet the 2030 targets defined in 2015, but what are the options for Europe’s new power market design? What design is best suited to the low demand, high renewable power market that is developing in Europe? What future investment will be required to meet Europe’s climate goals and ensure security of supply?

                              Breakfast Dialogue
                              Texas power: The pace of change

                              Texas electricity markets are being transformed by technology, economics, and policy. The rapidly shifting landscape has broad implications for policymakers and stakeholders. This session will engage with energy leaders directly involved in shaping the future of the region’s power market.

                              Breakfast Dialogue
                              The future of solar

                              Solar PV will account for nearly half of the over 3,000 GW of new gross renewables capacity to be added by 2040. With costs declining at a faster pace than other competing generation sources, solar PV emerges as a key technology for utility scale, distributed generation, self-consumption, and off-grid electrification. What opportunities will growth of solar PV will bring to developers, owners, and consumers?

                              Breakfast Dialogue
                              The new panorama of Latin America power

                              Traditionally dependent on large hydro and thermal backup, Latin America has begun to diversify its generation mix. Renewables, including wind and solar, are becoming dominant in auctions across the region. Meanwhile fewer large hydro sites and their difficult development conditions mean the need for more flexible backup is becoming increasingly dire. New sources for dispatchable thermal, including shale, LNG, and offshore production, will play a key role. How will the region balance its vast potential for renewables with the need for additional stability and flexibility for its power grid?

                            • 7:30am
                              Thursday March 9
                              7:30am - 8:40am
                              Agora Studio

                              Agora Studio
                              Next door—The connected home of the future

                              New devices and connected technologies are transforming how customers interact with energy. These technologies, in combination with artificial intelligence deep learning, are opening new possibilities for consumers to interact and control home appliances, as well as manage energy. These same devices also provide companies with unprecedented visibility in how their products interact with users, electricity providers, and other home appliances. Will this convergence of energy, hardware, and technology lead to the breakthrough that finally enables consumers to become active participants in the energy value chain? How will this impact traditional energy providers? What are the emerging strategies and changing relationships among retail energy, telecommunications, hardware, and technology service providers?

                            • 7:30am
                              Thursday March 9
                              7:30am - 8:40am
                              Energy Innovation Pioneers

                              Agora Studio
                              Powering lower costs through innovation

                              Innovations reducing the cost of renewables and storage are enabling their increased penetration into existing markets, such as the power sector, as well as new markets, such as transportation. Low fuel prices further underscore the critical importance of innovation enabling startups to compete against incumbents. This panel explores how entrepreneurs harness innovation to navigate these challenges and bring new technologies and applications to market. Meet members from the 2017 class of Energy Innovation Pioneers.

                            • 8:50am
                              Thursday March 9
                              8:50am - 9:20am
                              Plenary

                              LIVE: Opening dialogue
                            • 9:20am
                              Thursday March 9
                              9:20am - 10:15am
                              Plenary

                              Plenary
                              Shaping the electricity future
                            • 10:15am
                              Thursday March 9
                              10:15am - 11:00am
                              Plenary

                              Plenary
                              Electric power transition: Global strategies
                              • 10:30am
                                Thursday March 9
                                10:30am - 6:30pm
                                Agora Exploration Pods

                                Agora Studio
                                Exploration Pod Sessions

                                Visit the Agora Exploration Pods on Level 4 for interactive presentations by Energy Innovation Pioneers and technology leaders. For more information on the timing and topic of Exploration Pod sessions, please refer to the Agora Program Guide.

                              • 11:00am
                                Thursday March 9
                                11:00am - 11:25am
                                Break

                              • 11:25am
                                Thursday March 9
                                11:25am - 12:35pm
                                Strategic Dialogues

                                Strategic Dialogue
                                Distributed resources: Generation, demand-side flexibility, and storage

                                Distributed energy resources (DERs)—including solar, battery storage, and load management technology—have been heralded as an inexorable evolution of the power grid, and a range of companies are experimenting with new business models built around these options. We are seeing the birth of a new wave of energy services companies (ESCOs) that have evolved substantially since the decades-old ESCO model. Still, most DER deployment remains dependent on policy support, such as net energy metering, leading to intensifying political debates over cost and value. What are the policy, technology, and economic factors shaping the distributed energy landscape?

                                Strategic Dialogue
                                Developing markets: Powering economic development

                                This Strategic Dialogue will examine the choices of approaches to drive power system development and electricity access in developing countries as a key facilitator of economic growth and poverty reduction. Government, developer, and donor stakeholders will discuss a range of issues, including making critical choices between state and private ownership along the supply chain, between fuels and technologies, and between grid-based and off-grid solutions. What are the changing roles for interconnections and joint country projects?

                                Electric market structure: Balancing multiple objectives

                                North American power systems are responding in a variety of ways to the challenge of implementing the right mix of market forces and regulatory processes to shape power sector outcomes. What is ahead for the evolution of power industry structures in North America?

                                Strategic Dialogue
                                Competitive generation: Learning curve or winner’s curse

                                The track record of building competitive electric generating plants involves financial losses and bankruptcy reorganizations. Over the past 18 months, competitive generators have lost half of their market value while power plants have been selling at a 50% discount to replacement costs. Yet, capital continues to flow into these businesses. Will the future be different based upon lessons learned, or is the winner’s curse an ongoing characteristic of the competitive generation business?

                                  Strategic Dialogue
                                  Future of the global renewables market

                                  Renewables are projected to be the fastest growing source of new power generating capacity through 2040, accounting for half of the net new generation capacity added globally. This growth will be driven by continued policy support at a global level and technology cost reductions resulting in an increasingly distributed opportunity. Which markets offer the greatest growth opportunities? What will be the role of distributed generation and off-grid electrification in different markets? How will players capture an increasingly atomized opportunity?

                                  Strategic Dialogue
                                  The 2016 price boom: Does this change the outlook for global coal?

                                  The international steam coal market’s changing dynamics are moving closer to being in a position of rebalancing with higher prices. This session will focus on 2016’s high prices and how the market responded. What conclusions can be drawn about the real proximity of a balanced market and on the market’s ability to respond to it when it comes?

                                • 11:25am
                                  Thursday March 9
                                  11:25am - 12:35pm
                                  Agora Studio

                                  Agora Studio
                                  Next city—Power and mobility in the metropolis

                                  Greater penetration of electric vehicles is transforming traditional paradigms for managing power demand. Because electric vehicles are mobile and have the ability to draw and inject power into the grid, utilities are being forced to rethink how they deliver power and the commercial mechanisms available to recover their costs. How will these technologies reshape the city of the future?

                                • 12:45pm
                                  Thursday March 9
                                  12:45pm - 2:00pm
                                  Plenary and Luncheon

                                  Strategic Dialogue
                                  Environmental policy dialogue
                                • 2:00pm
                                  Thursday March 9
                                  2:00pm - 2:10pm
                                  Break

                                • 2:10pm
                                  Thursday March 9
                                  2:10pm - 3:10pm
                                  Plenary

                                  Plenary
                                  Powering a new energy future
                                • 3:10pm
                                  Thursday March 9
                                  3:10pm - 4:05pm
                                  Plenary

                                  Plenary
                                  Global nuclear power: What lies ahead?
                                • 4:05pm
                                  Thursday March 9
                                  4:05pm - 4:50pm
                                  Plenary

                                  Plenary
                                  Fuel choices and technologies for tomorrow’s power business
                                  • 4:50pm
                                    Thursday March 9
                                    4:50pm - 5:15pm
                                    Break

                                  • 5:00pm
                                    Thursday March 9
                                    5:00pm - 6:15pm
                                    Agora Studio

                                    Agora Studio
                                    Next grid—Will the real digital power grid stand up?

                                    Cost reductions in sensors, increased reliability in high performance networks, and advanced computational capability is enabling ubiquitous deployment of these technologies in the power sector. The potential for incredible opportunities to unlock and create new value for consumers, electricity providers, service companies, and OEMs is widely recognized. What will it take to capture these opportunities?

                                  • 5:15pm
                                    Thursday March 9
                                    5:15pm - 6:15pm
                                    IHS Markit Expert Discussions

                                    Ihs Markit Expert Discussion
                                    IHS Markit outlook for fuel prices and interfuel competition

                                    The end of the great commodity supercycle has left excess supply across the entire energy spectrum and set up a global race to the bottom featuring inter- and intrafuel rivalries with significant economic and geopolitical ramifications. IHS Markit experts will explore the key issues, rivalries, and price expectations for natural gas, oil, coal, and LNG globally.

                                    This session is closed to the media.

                                      Ihs Markit Expert Discussion
                                      India and China: A tale of two power markets

                                      China and India share many traits, including being the two most populated countries in the world, with economic growth outpacing the global average and large power markets undergoing market reforms to increase efficiency and address climate change. However, key differences include electrification levels, grid reliability, and approaches to controlling climate change, making it important to analyze each country’s market fundamentals. In this session, IHS Markit experts will share their insights on the different drivers leading to divergent routes to power market development and outline key risks and opportunities for market participants along the value chain.

                                      This session is closed to the media.

                                      Ihs Markit Expert Discussion
                                      Latin America gas and power markets: What’s next?

                                      Latin American faces several power market challenges, including weakening demand, meeting renewable energy targets, and advancing viable, new LNG-to-wire developments across the region. This session will focus on these issues and other emerging opportunities in the gas and power sectors across Latin America.

                                      This session is closed to the media.

                                        Ihs Markit Expert Discussion
                                        North American power trends and scenarios

                                        The US electric power sector’s transformation is underway. The confluence of rapidly evolving renewable energy technology, low fuel prices, and uncertainty in environmental and energy policy is creating an incredible risk landscape in North America's power markets. IHS Markit’s Energy experts will share their views on key federal and state policies and associated implications, technology advancements, and market fundamentals that will shape the power sector in the decade ahead.

                                        This session is closed to the media.

                                        Ihs Markit Expert Discussion
                                        North American shale gas supply

                                        The North American shale gas resource base continues to expand and drop in cost. Shale Gas Reloaded, IHS Markit Energy's reassessment of the North American resource base, concludes that 1,400 Tcf of natural gas is recoverable at a breakeven Henry Hub price of $4/MMBtu or less. This represents a 66% increase from our 2010 estimate that more than 900 Tcf could be produced at a $4/MMBtu breakeven price, after accounting for the 176 Tcf of gas produced during 2010‒15. What are the long-term producer and consumer implications for North American and global natural gas markets?

                                        This session is closed to the media.

                                        Ihs Markit Expert Discussion
                                        Global renewables—Technology, policy, and market

                                        Renewables are projected to be the fastest growing source of new power generating capacity through 2040, accounting for nearly half of the gross generation capacity added globally and 35% of all new electricity generated globally. Continued policy support and technology developments will play a key role in this process. What are the key policies, technology advancements, and market fundamentals that will shape the development of renewables globally?

                                        This session is closed to the media.

                                      • 6:20pm
                                        Thursday March 9
                                        6:20pm - 7:30pm
                                        Conference-wide Reception

                                        Level 2 – Foyer
                                      • 7:30pm
                                        Thursday March 9
                                        7:30pm - 9:00pm
                                        Dinner and dialogue

                                        Plenary
                                        LIVE: Dialogue
                                      • 7:30am
                                        Friday March 10
                                        7:30am - 8:30am
                                        Breakfast & Dialogue

                                        Breakfast Dialogue
                                        Reflections on CERAWeek 2017: Where do we go from here?
                                        • 8:30am
                                          Friday March 10
                                          8:30am - 9:20am
                                          Plenary

                                          Plenary
                                          LIVE: The US and the world: The new geopolitics
                                        • 9:20am
                                          Friday March 10
                                          9:20am - 9:35am
                                          Break

                                        • 9:35am
                                          Friday March 10
                                          9:35am - 10:20am
                                          Plenary

                                          Plenary
                                          What’s ahead in Washington?
                                          • 10:20am
                                            Friday March 10
                                            10:20am - 11:05am
                                            Plenary

                                            Plenary
                                            Climate and energy strategies post-Paris
                                          • 11:05am
                                            Friday March 10
                                            11:05am - 11:45am
                                            Plenary

                                            Plenary
                                            Envisioning the new energy economy
                                            • 11:45am
                                              Friday March 10
                                              11:45am - 12:40pm
                                              Plenary

                                              Plenary
                                              Frontiers of science and innovation: Future technologies to meet the energy and climate challenge
                                            • 12:40pm
                                              Friday March 10
                                              12:40pm - 1:15pm
                                              Plenary

                                              Plenary
                                              LIVE: Where next for industrial America?
                                            • 1:15pm
                                              Friday March 10
                                              1:15pm - 2:15pm
                                              Networking Lunch

                                              Plenary
                                              Luncheon