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Demand and Supply Factors Shaping the Oil Market

In November 2018 we will be holding our annual Oil Day.

The meeting will focus on four main themes:

• IMO 2020 Marine Fuel Sulphur Cap: Impacts on Shipping, Refineries and Petroleum Products Demand

• Insights into the relationship between oil price shocks and demand: Lessons from Previous Cycles

• A Deep Dive into the Russian Oil Sector: Economy, Oil Policy, Companies’ Strategies, and Supply Prospects

• A Deep Dive into the US Shale Rebound: Production, Productivity, Infrastructure and Business Models

For more information on the Oil and the Middle East Programme please click here.

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Gas Day 2018

In October 2018 we will be holding the 13th Annual Gas Day.

The event, held at St Anne’s College, Oxford, will bring together sponsors of the OIES Natural Gas Research Programme along with invited guests from the academic, media, and corporate sectors.

The event is a forum for debate on natural gas issues of international significance, as well as regional and national issues, for example; gas and LNG in: Europe, Asia, CIS countries, the Middle East and North Africa; Atlantic Basin LNG, gas pricing (in different parts of the world), market reform and regulatory issues.

For more information on the Gas Programme please click here.

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The Development of Consumer-Driven Energy Markets

In November 2018 we will be holding our annual Electricity day.

The meeting will cover three main topics:

Session 1: Why should active consumer participation be at the centre of the energy sector’s development?

Session 2: What market design and regulatory regimes (and reforms) are consistent with active consumer participation?

Session 3: What new business models and strategies can we anticipate involving active consumer participation in electricity markets?

For more information about our electricity programme please click here.

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