Daniel Evans

S&P Global

Vice President, Global Head of Refining and Marketing

The team Mr. Evans leads is responsible for the global and regional short-term refined product supply, demand, price and margin outlooks, detailed downstream market research and also contributes to the long-term supply, demand price and margin forecasts. Mr. Evans team also delivers global lubricants, retail and biofuels research. He has been involved in work on the future of energy and mobility and lead studies focused on the future of trucking, aviation and shipping. Prior to joining S&P Global, Mr. Evans worked for Statoil in corporate strategy where he was responsible for analyzing global business opportunities and framing the strategic investment context for senior management. Mr. Evans holds a Masters degree in Civil Engineering and Construction Management from Leeds University, and studied jointly at the University of California, Berkeley.

Sessions With Daniel Evans

Tuesday, 8 March

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

    Bringing Green Hydrogen to Fuels Markets

    Panel Hydrogen/Clean Tech & Power
    Hydrogen has been central to refining for decades. Historically, the refining sector has been the most important producer and consumer of hydrogen. However, with decarbonization policies creating headwinds for oil in the transportation sector, the call on conventional refining is set to fall. Meanwhile, hydrogen and hydrogen-derivative fuels are gaining ground. Is the energy transition a threat or opportunity for refiners? Will refiners reinvent themselves and will green hydrogen be at the core of that reinvention?