The war in Ukraine has weaponized energy, making security of supply and energy market stability top geopolitical priorities for all countries across the world, whether energy producers or consumers. But Ukraine is not the only driver of energy market volatility. The resetting of the global order has seen supply risks multiply in already fragile regions and cracks appear in previously calm environments. All of this will keep the geopolitical focus at the heart of energy markets for the foreseeable future.
In this webinar, Bill Farren-Price and Ian Nieboer will explore how conflict in one part of the world can have such broad-reaching market impacts, investigate enduring tensions between producers in the Middle East, and suggest how best to accommodate geopolitical risk in global energy markets.
Bill Farren-Price is a director with Enverus Intelligence Group UK and is part of the Macro team focused on international energy policy and geopolitics. Bill has reported and researched the Middle East energy industry for 23 years and is widely connected, providing Enverus clients with insights into the world’s most unpredictable regions.
VP of Product Management
Ian is VP Product in Enverus’s growing ESG business. Prior roles included leading Enverus’ Global (International) Energy Analytics business and a Managing Director and publishing analyst in Enverus’ Intelligence team where he helped investors and asset owners navigate the energy market. Over his career he has covered operators and assets (both conventional and unconventional) across North America and around the Atlantic rim. In addition to publishing frequent research notes, Ian delivers conference presentations, television interviews and advisory mandates for corporate and institutional clients.
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