We are in the greatest geopolitical upheaval since the end of the Cold War. One outcome is that the world oil market no longer exists as we know it. Many buyers can no longer purchase oil from Russia, a global oil superpower and low-cost supplier. Will this partitioning of the global oil market endure? Could it fragment even more? What are the practical impacts now and in the future on oil demand, supply and price?
Program Type: Executive Conference
Session Theme: Supply Chains, Commodity Markets and Energy Transition