Free Webinar: Global Oil and Gas Outlook: Assessing Regional Trends – 9 April

Join us for a free webinar to assess the global oil and gas market, discuss liquids consumption and production trends on a region by region basis and review the evolution of LNG trade flows.

Our analysts will also present 10-year forecasts for crude oil production and consumption and delve into the US oil and gas market, giving Business Monitor's outlook and upstream and downstream forecasts.

Register now to discover:

  • Prospects for subsidy reform in the Middle East
  • Changing LNG trade patterns
  • Impact of rising US oil output on West African producers
  • Asian oil consumption patterns

This webinar is free to attend. Register now to reserve to your place.

How much does this webinar cost to attend?

The webinar is free to attend and places are offered on a first come, first served basis. Email us to register

Who should attend?

Anyone in the energy industry, from oil and gas producers to oil field services, logistics and shipping and refiners. It will also be interesting for professionals involved in banking and financial services industry dealing with the energy sector.

Who is presenting?

Julie Beckenstein is an Oil & Gas Analyst at BMI, based in New York. Her main research focus is the Americas region with a specialisation on Mexico, the US and Brazil. Prior to working on BMI's Oil & Gas team, she served on the Latin America Country Risk team for two years, covering Mexico.   

Before joining BMI Julie interned at the UK House of Lords and worked assessing country compliance with corporate governance, auditing and accounting standards at the non-profit eStandardsForum. She holds a MSc (Merit) in European Union Politics and Government from the London School of Economics. 

Marina Petroleka is BMI’s Head of Energy & Infrastructure Research. She specialises in the global energy and infrastructure sectors, with expertise on both conventional and unconventional oil & gas sectors and on infrastructure development policy.  

Prior to BMI Marina worked at the Organisation of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation in Istanbul and the Office of the Political Advisor to the Commander, NATO HQ, Netherlands. She holds an M.A. in International Security and Development from King's College London.