C.E.O.s of BP, Shell and Total to Speak at 39th Oil & Money Conference

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09 Oct 2018

Heads of ADNOC, Qatar Petroleum, OPEC and IEA also among top executives debating challenges facing oil and gas industry in London on October 9-11, 2018  

LONDON, July 5, 2018 – The New York Times Company and Energy Intelligence today announced the lineup of industry leaders and experts who will convene at the 39th annual Oil & Money conference in London this October 9-11.

The Oil & Money conference brings together the energy industry's most influential executives and decision makers to debate and discuss the most pressing issues facing the global oil and gas sector. This year's agenda will cover the outlook for oil prices, the rebound in US shale, the challenge of profitable upstream development, the impact of new geopolitical uncertainties in the US and Middle East, and the disruptive potential of new energy technologies.

The 2018 program will also feature an additional day devoted exclusively to the global gas industry, focusing on changes in international LNG markets, uncertainty over gas demand growth, new business models for gas producers and the changing profile of gas and LNG buyers.  

The speaker lineup, with more to be announced, includes:

  • Bob Dudley, Group Chief Executive, BP p.l.c.

  • H.E. Dr. Sultan Ahmed Al-Jaber, Chief Executive Officer, ADNOC

  • H.E. Mohammad Sanusi Barkindo, Secretary General, OPEC

  • Saad Al-Kaabi, Chief Executive Officer, Qatar Petroleum

  • Ben van Beurden, Chief Executive Officer, Royal Dutch Shell

  • Fatih Birol, Executive Director, International Energy Agency

  • Patrick Pouyanné, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Total

  • John Baguley, Chief Operating Officer, LNG Limited

  • Alex Beard, Chief Executive Officer, Oil and Gas, Glencore

  • Kamel Ben Naceur, Chief Economist, Abu Dhabi National Oil Company

  • Pierre Breber, Executive Vice President, Downstream and Chemicals, Chevron

  • Guy Broggi, Independent Advisor, LNG Markets

  • Mark Brownstein, Senior Vice President, Energy, Environmental Defense Fund

  • Kristina Church, Head of European Automotive Equity Research, Barclays

  • Michael Cousins, Executive Vice President, ExxonMobil Exploration

  • Helima Croft, Managing Director, RBC Capital Markets

  • Alastair Crooke, Director and Founder, Conflicts Forum

  • Spencer Dale, Group Chief Economist, BP p.l.c.

  • Dr. Bernard Duroc-Danner, Former (retired) Chief Executive Officer and Chairman Emeritus, Weatherford International

  • Andrew Fry, Risk Analyst, Goldman Sachs

  • Hendrik Gordenker, Chairman, JERA

  • Joseph Gorder, Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President, Valero Energy

  • Clare Harris, Executive Vice President, Integrated Gas Ventures Development, Shell

  • Katan Hirachand, Managing Director, Advisory and Project Finance – Energy, EMEA, Société Générale

  • James Janoskey, Global Co-Head Oil and Gas Group, J. P. Morgan

  • Robert L. Kleinberg, Senior Research Scholar, Columbia University

  • Todd Levy, President, Chevron Europe, Eurasia and Middle East, Chevron

  • Bernard Looney, Chief Executive Officer, Upstream, BP p.l.c.

  • James Mahoney, Senior Managing Director, CVC Capital Partners

  • Ali Moshiri, President and Chief Executive Officer, AMOS Global Energy

  • Clay Neff, President, Africa and Latin America Exploration and Production, Chevron

  • Mark Papa, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Centennial Resource Development

  • Steve Pastor, President, Operations, Petroleum, BHP

  • Thierry Pilenko, Executive Chairman, TechnipFMC

  • Grant Porter, Vice Chairman, Barclays Capital

  • Lorenzo Simonelli, President and Chief Executive Officer, Baker Hughes, a GE Company

  • Tarek Souki, Senior Vice President, Tellurian Inc.

  • Anil Srivastava, Chief Executive Officer, Leclanché

  • Ian Taylor, Chairman and Former Global Chief Executive Officer, Vitol

  • Torbjörn Törnqvist, Chief E

  • xecutive Officer, Gunvor Group

  • Andrew Walker, Vice President, Strategy, Cheniere

  • Chris Weafer, Senior Partner, Macro-Advisory Ltd.

  • Jeremy Weir, Executive Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Trafigura

  • Fiona Wild, Vice President, Climate Change and Sustainability, BHP

The recipient of the 2018 Energy Intelligence Petroleum Executive of the Year award will be BP Group Chief Executive Bob Dudley. The award will be presented to Mr. Dudley by the 2017 winner, the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Total S.A., Patrick Pouyanné, at a gala dinner on the evening of October 9.

The Oil & Money conference is supported by sponsors Air Products and Chemicals Inc., Gunvor, Venture Global LNG, Reliance Industries, TechnipFMC and Glencore.

Conference speakers and full agenda details can be viewed at oilandmoney.com. Keep up to date with the event and energy stories hitting the headlines on Twitter @oilandmoney or join the conversation using the hashtag #OM2018.

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