Harold “Skip” York to speak at British-American Business Council Annual Energy Forecast
Harold “Skip” York, Vice President of Integrated Energy in Wood Mackenzie’s Americas Research team, will speak on the anticipated recovery in Energy at the British-American Business Council’s Annual Energy Forecast and AGM luncheon.
Deep capital spending cuts in 2015 and continuing in 2016 are beginning to rebalance the global oil market and setting the stage for prices to eventually recover. This presentation from Wood Mackenzie, a global leader in commercial intelligence for the energy industry, will cover how the rebalancing has already started, what needs to happen for it to continue, and what issues risk derailing the process.
Held at the HESS Club, the luncheon will take place on March 10, 2016, 11 AM to 1 PM. Registration is $40 for BABC Members, $50 for Non-Members. Corporate tables are available for $500. Registration online at www.BABCHouston.org. For questions regarding the luncheon, contact Becci Himes at 832-351-3940 or info@BABCHouston.org .
About the British-American Business Council:
BABC Houston is a non-profit organization building UK/US business, education and cultural ties. BABC provides its members with connections to people, information and opportunities in the British American business community.
About Dr. Harold “Skip” York:
Dr. Harold "Skip" York is the Vice President of Integrated Energy in Wood Mackenzie’s Americas Research Team. He is responsible for cross-segment integration of petroleum market and infrastructure issues. With over 20 years of worldwide experience across the energy value chain, he has deep expertise in petroleum market economics and price-setting mechanisms.
He is a frequent guest on news networks, such as, Bloomberg and CNBC and contributes a blog on www.Forbes.com. He can be followed on Twitter: @SkipYorkEnergy. Prior to joining Wood Mackenzie, Skip worked for ExxonMobil in a variety of strategic planning assignments including a role as the global expert on joint venture best practices and a member of the Exxon – Mobil post-merger integration team. He also consulted for clients at McKinsey & Company and with Charles River Associates. He holds a PhD Economics from the University of Virginia, as well as a Masters of Science and Bachelor of Science also in Economics from the University of Wyoming.