Oil & globalization: Impacts from COVID-19 and future possibilities
The impact of COVID-19 has been profound for the global economy and the oil market. There are mixed signals about the future of oil demand. We may see greater regional differences for oil and the energy transition. Spencer Dale, Chief Economist, BP and Saad Rahim, Chief Economist, Trafigura discuss the economic and oil market repercussions of COVID-19—and what may lay ahead.
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Play video New Map of Energy for India
New Map of Energy for India
(November 12, 2020) In this India Energy Forum session, Rajiv Kumar, Vice Chairman of NITI Aayog, discusses India’s economic recovery and explains government initiatives to strengthen local value chains and innovate in a low-carbon economy.
Play video More Energy, Lower Emissions: The dual challenge
More Energy, Lower Emissions: The dual challenge
(November 10, 2020) In this CERAWeek Conversation the technology heads of ADNOC and PETRONAS examine the strategies and innovations that are tackling the dual challenge of reducing emissions while providing the world with more energy.
Play video Multiple Dimensions of Energy Transition: India and the world
Multiple Dimensions of Energy Transition: India and the world
(November 10, 2020) IHS Markit Vice Chairman Daniel Yergin, Chief Energy Strategist Atul Arya, and Senior Vice President for Global Energy Carlos Pascual unpack the confluence of tech, geopolitics, and the New Map of international energy.
Play video Oil Market Scenarios for a post-Pandemic World
Oil Market Scenarios for a post-Pandemic World
(December 8, 2020) Chief economists from international oil companies and the heads of oil market research at OPEC and IHS Markit discuss scenarios and trends for global oil over the next 10 years.
Play video Growing Share of Gas in India's Energy Mix: What is realistic?
Growing Share of Gas in India's Energy Mix: What is realistic?
(November 17, 2020) By 2030 India aims to increase the share of gas in its energy mix from 6% to 15%. International gas and coal executives discuss the impact of this shift and the dynamics shaping the global gas market over the long-term.
Play video Angola’s New Upstream: Increasing Competitiveness, Repositioning for the Future
Angola’s New Upstream: Increasing Competitiveness, Repositioning for the Future
(October 8, 2020) A competitive market for industry capital is challenging Angola to strengthen its value proposition for investors. Top energy officials explore regulatory & fiscal adjustments, new technologies, and a repurposed agenda for Sonangol.