Oil & Gas Landscape – price outlook and opportunities for 2017 and beyond – Norwich

At this seminar we will evaluate the future of oil prices and highlight opportunities available to weather the ‘lower for longer’ storm.

The Southern North Sea was already a challenging local trading environment when the oil price slump of 2014 hit. Providers of goods and services into the regional supply chain have responded by shifting their focus to offshore wind and evaluating their cost base. Many plans for the future remain on hold or in jeopardy as sub $50 oil continues to endure.

Against this backdrop, two considerations may prove valuable:

  • First, an assessment of future oil prices that is conservative, realistic and that company decision makers are comfortable with. This can be tied to a dynamic financial model that highlights risks and opportunities to future cash flows.
  • Second, a view of where around the world significant growth in exploration and production activity will occur over the coming decade. Investment horizons in the oil and gas industry are lengthy, especially offshore. This enables long-term planning; an opportunity envied by businesses in other sectors.

Thursday 2 November 2017 

Imperial Hotel , North Drive , Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, 
NR30 1EQ

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Event agenda: 
7:30am – Arrival and registration 
7:45am – Event begins, 
7:45am – Full English Breakfast served 
9:30am – Event concludes 

To book RSVP to Carol.Paterson@pricebailey.co.uk by 27 October.

Our seminar will offer a starting point for both; providing a view of when oil prices look likely to recover, and also where future growth opportunities exist, along with some examples. Grant Rudgley*, head of the Price Bailey research team, will deliver the presentation. This will be followed by a short panel discussion and Q&A with Martin Simpson, Deputy Area Corporate Director at HSBC.

We are limiting places to this small, intimate event in order to make sure that all who attend have the opportunity to benefit. Please book early to avoid disappointment.

To book RSVP to Carol.Paterson@pricebailey.co.uk by 27 October.

*Grant previously worked at Argus Consulting Services, one of the world’s leading price reporting agencies, providing price assessments for oil and other commodities on a daily basis.  In 2016, OPEC began pricing its oil and refined products using Argus indexes.  Within the consulting team Grant was responsible for forward-looking analysis, supporting the strategic decisions of global players like BP and Shell.


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