Aaron Brady

S&P Global

Executive Director

Based in Boston, MA, Aaron Brady leads a team of experts that researches and models short and long-term petroleum market trends in North America. He also is a lead author of IHS Markit’s long-term global crude oil market outlook, which includes crude oil supply and trade projections by country, quality, and commercial stream. He has 20+ years of experience in energy market research and consulting. Aaron has been the author of several IHS Markit strategic reports, including an investigation of peak gasoline demand in the United States, alternative fuels, and the potential for plug-in hybrid electric cars. He is a frequent presenter at IHS Markit events, including the annual CERA Week conference in Houston, Texas. Before joining Cambridge Energy Research Associates (CERA, which was acquired by IHS in 2004), Aaron was a consultant with Energy Security Analysis, Inc., based in Washington, D.C., and Wakefield, MA. Aaron holds an undergraduate degree in history from Amherst College and a graduate degree in international affairs and economics from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Relations (SAIS).

Sessions With Aaron Brady

Tuesday, 8 March

  • 11:40am - 12:30pm (CST) / 08/mar/2022 05:40 pm - 08/mar/2022 06:30 pm

    Oil Market Outlook: Turbulence or stability?

    Panel Markets/Economics/Strategy
    The tension between long-term aspirations to cut GHG emissions and short-term practical desires for affordable oil prices is a new fundamental variable for the world oil market. Some major consumers want more oil when prices are high, but otherwise discourage oil consumption and investment. Is this a recipe for dislocations and mismatches between demand and supply? What are the implications for upstream investment, oil prices, and the balance of oil market power?