Argus Middle East Crude 2014 is a comprehensive one-day summit that will focus on the key issues determining crude supply, demand and flows within and outside the region.
In a year of changing dynamics in crude flows in the Middle East, this event will present an attractive opportunity for market participants and experts to gather and learn from each other about how the industry will cope with rapidly shifting political and economic scenarios.
The event will provide a definitive analysis of the trends that are defining the realities of regional and global crude trade.
-The role of Fujairah as the new link between the regional and global markets
-Impact of Increasing US energy independence on Middle Eastern crude supply
-Iraq: Assessing the oil boom versus the infrastructure conundrum and current exports
-Post-sanctions Iran: A highlight on new investment opportunities and impact on regional supply/demand
-Outlook on Libya’s plan for production development and stability
-Assessment of Middle Eastern supplies competing With Russia in southern Europe
-The rise of Kurdistan in the regional market and competition with Caspian supplies
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