Sub-$50 Oil: New Perspectives and Hidden Opportunities
Energy Voice has launched its latest sector research campaign aimed at uncovering upstream offshore oil and gas industry opportunities in a low oil price environment.
Dubbed Sub-$50 Oil: New Perspectives and Hidden Opportunities, the latest research survey delves into the sector’s current down-cycle, examines its knock-on effects and identifies the critical gains still available regardless of Brent benchmarks.
The survey results will be revealed at a panel event at this year’s Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) on Tuesday, May 3 at Hilton Post Oak in Houston.
Panelists include Paul de Leeuw, director of the Oil & Gas Institute at Robert Gordon University (RGU); Paul Latiolais, director of the Innovation and Commercialization Center at Lamar University; Jamie Stark, oil and gas partner at Burness Paull and Jeremy Cresswell, the Press and Journal’s energy editor.
The panel will tackle a range of topics, including the roles diversification and technology will play in a sub-$50 oil price environment.
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Energy Voice editor Rita Brown will moderate the free event, which will run from 7am to 8.15am and is located on the ground floor of the Post Oak.
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