2021 Oil Market Outlook: Boom Or Bust?

Dr Carole Nakhle, CEO of Crystol Energy, discussed the fiscal and political stability of fragile petrostates post Covid-19, as well as the return of Iranian crude oil barrels to the markets after a potential revival of the nuclear deal following the change to the US Presidency.

The webinar was hosted by the prestigious Atlantic Council on 19-22 January 2021.

Dr Carole Nakhle speaking at the Atlantic Council meeting

Dr Nakhle was joined by Toril Bosoni from the International Energy Agency (IEA), Dean Foreman from the American Petroleum Institute (API), Chris Midgley from S&P Global and Alex Booth from Kpler, who covered other key aspects including oil inventories, oil demand recovery and structural destruction, and OPEC+.

Robert Johnston from Eurasia Group chaired the discussion which was preceded by opening remarks from Gabriel Mbaga Obiang Lima, Minister of Mines and Hydrocarbons of Equatorial Guinea.

Watch the webinar:

Related Analysis

Goodbye 2020. Trends and Prospects“, Lord Howell, Dec 2020

Oil market outlook: Striking a delicate balance“, Dr Carole Nakhle, Dec 2020

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Global Economy and Energy Markets Weekly Commentary – 17th Jan 2021“, Christof Ruehl, Jan 2021


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