The International New York Times and Energy Intelligence will host the annual Oil & Money Conference in London on October 6th and 7th. The conference brings together energy and finance leaders to discuss the current and emerging issues confronting the international oil and gas industry.
Conference sessions will examine topics such as the impact the sharp oil price decline is having on global demand and supply, the future of unconventional oil and gas and the financing of mega-dollar upstream projects. The conference will also focus on the political and geopolitical fallout from changes in oil and gas markets.
Stephen Dunbar-Johnson, President, International, The New York Times Company, commented: “The Oil & Money conference has been a major fixture in the energy industry calendar for over 35 years. The conference is a reassuring constant in an ever changing industry, but the discussion never stands still. We are looking forward to our 36thyear of stimulating and industry-shaping conversations.”
Thomas Wallin, Editor in Chief, Energy Intelligence, said: “The global oil and gas business is going through a transformation of historic proportions with the decline in oil prices since last summer. This year’s conference will provide a unique forum to assess the dramatic changes that are underway and provide critical insight into the future.
Rex Tillerson is also the 2015 Petroleum Executive of the Year. The award will be presented to him by Mr.Lozoya, the 2014 award winner, at a gala dinner in his honor on the evening of October 6th. This will be Mr.Tillerson’s first speaking appearance at the Oil & Money Conference.
The full event line-up and agenda can be viewed at oilandmoney.com.