Workshop

The webinar is co-hosted with the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies (OIES), and King Fahad University of Petroleum & Minerals (KFUPM) 

Over the past decade, the shale boom created a shift in the world’s energy landscape, economy, and politics. Tight oil and shale gas production have been adversely impacted by recent events in the oil markets including the COVID-19 pandemic and heightened awareness of climate change, casting doubts on shale industry resiliency and future development.

Further, the technology spillover had intrigued many oil and gas companies around the world to exploit their shale assets. In view of all these events, what does the outlook for hydrocarbon demand look like in the medium term and where does shale fit in the energy transition? The webinar, through our speakers and attendees, will address these important questions.

Speakers

Artern Abramov

Artern Abramov

Head of Shale Research at Rystad Energy

Al Suwailem, Majed A.

Majed A. Al Suwailem

Research Fellow

Khalid Al-Abdulqader

Khalid Al-Abdulqader

Executive Director, Unconventional Resources at Saudi Aramco

Arboleda, Julio

Julio Arboleda

Research Fellow

Trisha Curtis

Trisha Curtis

Founder and CEO of PetroNerds

Bassam Fattouh

Bassam Fattouh

Director at OIES

John Humphrey

John Humphrey

Professor of Geosciences and Assistant Department Chair at KFUPM

Abdelaziz Khlaifat

Abdelaziz Khlaifat

Professor of Petroleum Engineering at the American University of Cairo

Lutz Kilian

Lutz Kilian

Senior Economic Policy Advisor at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas

Matar, Walid

Walid Matar

Research Fellow

Selemankhel, Malik

Malik Selemankhel

Former Senior Research Associate

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