34 Years of Oil & Money
Oil & Money
1980 – 1989
A Time of Transformation
Reagan Deregulates Oil Prices
1980-1989
Iran Hostage Crisis Ends
1980-1989
Oil Glut Takes Hold; OPEC Cuts Prices to $29 per Barrel
(April1983)
1980-1989
Iran – Iraq Tanker War
1980-1989
Oil Price Crash of 1986
1980-1989
Chernobyl Disaster (April 26, 1986)
1980-1989
Exxon Valdez Oil Spill (March 24, 1989)
1980-1989
The Fall of the Berlin Wall (November9, 1989)
1980-1989
Oil & Money
1990 – 1999
A Time of Transition
1990-1999
Invasion of Kuwait (August 2, 1990)
1990-1999
Soviet Union Collapses (December 1991)
La Apertura: The Opening of Venezuela's Oil
Industry (1994-1999)
1990-1999
Lord John Browne, Group Chief Executive of BP
First Recipient of the Petroleum
Executive of the Year Award
1990-1999
New Technology & Cost Reductions
1990-1999
Asian Economic Crisis Slashes Economic
Growth and Oil Demand (1998)
1990-1999
Major Int’l Oil Company Mergers
(BP - Amoco 1998, Exxon - Mobil 1999, Chevron - Texaco 2000)
1990-1999
Oil Price moves above $25/bbl as OPEC’s 3
mi. bbl/day cuts take effect (March 29, 1999)
1990-1999
Oil & Money
2000 – 2009
A New Boom
Expansion of Oil Sands – Alberta
2000-2009
Kashagan Discovery (2000)
2000-2009
September 11, 2001 : Oil Prices Fall Sharply
2000-2009
Iraq War Begins: Iraqi Production Drops
OPEC raises the production quota of its members (excluding Iraq) from
23 to 24.5 m...
Hurricane Katrina (August29,2005)
2000-2009
Russian Production & Export Surge
2000-2009
Qatar LNG Expansion
2000-2009
Chinese Demand Growth Drives
Oil Price, Supply Anxiety
2000-2009
Oil Price Hits $147 Barrel (July 2008)
2000-2009
Oil Price Drops Sharply as Part of Global
Financial Crisis
2000-2009
US Shale Gas Production Rewrites Gas Supply
Outlook in North America
2000-2009
Iran: New Political Uncertainty and
Geopolitical Risk (September 2009)
2000-2009
Saudi Capacity Increases to 11 Million
Barrels a Day (2009)
2000-2009
Crude Oil Prices (1970- 2008)
International Crude Oil Market Handbook, Energy Intelligence
2000-2009
Oil & Money
2010 – 2013
The New Energy Map
Russia Introduces New ESPO Crude to
Asian Market (2010)
2010-2013
BP Deepwater Horizon Explosion; Oil Spill in the
Gulf of Mexico (April 20, 2010)
2010-2013
Last US Combat Troops Leave Iraq
(Aug 19, 2010)
2010-2013
Petrobras Raises $70 billion in Record
Share Offers (2010)
2010-2013
Arab Spring Begins in Tunisia, Egypt, Bahrain
(2011)
2010-2013
Libyan Production Stops Due to Civil War – Oil
Prices Rise (February2011)
2010-2013
Production Recovers Faster than Expect...
Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Disaster has Big
Impact on LNG and Oil Markets as Japan Seeks
Replacements (March 2011)
2010-201...
June OPEC Meeting Ends in Disarray;
End of Quotas(2011)
2010-2013
EU Embargoes Iranian Oil in Protest of Nuclear
Weapons Program; US Imposes Secondary
Boycott. Tension Drives Up Oil Prices...
US Looks to Rising Oil Production and Reduced
Imports Due to Shale Oil (2012)
2010-2013
Hurricane Sandy Causes Widespread Gas
Shortage and Rationing in New York, New
Jersey (October2012)
2010-2013
Algerian BP Facility Occupied by Amenas
Militants for Four Days, Killing 48 Hostages; Gas
Exports Maintained (January 16, ...
US Light, Tight Oil Production Growth Exceeds
Expectations (2013)
2010-2013
Competition Grows Between Russian State
Giants Gazprom and Rosneft (2013)
2010-2013
Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez Dies Raising
Questions About Future Direction (March 5, 2013)
2010-2013
Oil & Money
Today, Tomorrow, and Beyond
2010-2013
The Future of New Oil Technology
The Future of Renewable Energy
The Future of Oil
Thank You for Joining Us for 34 Years
Insight, Knowledge, Networking
Confronting our Common Challenges
Explaining the Ener...
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The History of Oil & Money from 1980 to Present Day

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The History of Oil & Money from 1980 to Present Day

  1. 1. 34 Years of Oil & Money
  2. 2. Oil & Money 1980 – 1989 A Time of Transformation
  3. 3. Reagan Deregulates Oil Prices 1980-1989
  4. 4. Iran Hostage Crisis Ends 1980-1989
  5. 5. Oil Glut Takes Hold; OPEC Cuts Prices to $29 per Barrel (April1983) 1980-1989
  6. 6. Iran – Iraq Tanker War 1980-1989
  7. 7. Oil Price Crash of 1986 1980-1989
  8. 8. Chernobyl Disaster (April 26, 1986) 1980-1989
  9. 9. Exxon Valdez Oil Spill (March 24, 1989) 1980-1989
  10. 10. The Fall of the Berlin Wall (November9, 1989) 1980-1989
  11. 11. Oil & Money 1990 – 1999 A Time of Transition
  12. 12. 1990-1999 Invasion of Kuwait (August 2, 1990)
  13. 13. 1990-1999 Soviet Union Collapses (December 1991)
  14. 14. La Apertura: The Opening of Venezuela's Oil Industry (1994-1999) 1990-1999
  15. 15. Lord John Browne, Group Chief Executive of BP First Recipient of the Petroleum Executive of the Year Award 1990-1999
  16. 16. New Technology & Cost Reductions 1990-1999
  17. 17. Asian Economic Crisis Slashes Economic Growth and Oil Demand (1998) 1990-1999
  18. 18. Major Int’l Oil Company Mergers (BP - Amoco 1998, Exxon - Mobil 1999, Chevron - Texaco 2000) 1990-1999
  19. 19. Oil Price moves above $25/bbl as OPEC’s 3 mi. bbl/day cuts take effect (March 29, 1999) 1990-1999
  20. 20. Oil & Money 2000 – 2009 A New Boom
  21. 21. Expansion of Oil Sands – Alberta 2000-2009
  22. 22. Kashagan Discovery (2000) 2000-2009
  23. 23. September 11, 2001 : Oil Prices Fall Sharply 2000-2009
  24. 24. Iraq War Begins: Iraqi Production Drops OPEC raises the production quota of its members (excluding Iraq) from 23 to 24.5 million bbl/d effective February (2003) 2000-2009
  25. 25. Hurricane Katrina (August29,2005) 2000-2009
  26. 26. Russian Production & Export Surge 2000-2009
  27. 27. Qatar LNG Expansion 2000-2009
  28. 28. Chinese Demand Growth Drives Oil Price, Supply Anxiety 2000-2009
  29. 29. Oil Price Hits $147 Barrel (July 2008) 2000-2009
  30. 30. Oil Price Drops Sharply as Part of Global Financial Crisis 2000-2009
  31. 31. US Shale Gas Production Rewrites Gas Supply Outlook in North America 2000-2009
  32. 32. Iran: New Political Uncertainty and Geopolitical Risk (September 2009) 2000-2009
  33. 33. Saudi Capacity Increases to 11 Million Barrels a Day (2009) 2000-2009
  34. 34. Crude Oil Prices (1970- 2008) International Crude Oil Market Handbook, Energy Intelligence 2000-2009
  35. 35. Oil & Money 2010 – 2013 The New Energy Map
  36. 36. Russia Introduces New ESPO Crude to Asian Market (2010) 2010-2013
  37. 37. BP Deepwater Horizon Explosion; Oil Spill in the Gulf of Mexico (April 20, 2010) 2010-2013
  38. 38. Last US Combat Troops Leave Iraq (Aug 19, 2010) 2010-2013
  39. 39. Petrobras Raises $70 billion in Record Share Offers (2010) 2010-2013
  40. 40. Arab Spring Begins in Tunisia, Egypt, Bahrain (2011) 2010-2013
  41. 41. Libyan Production Stops Due to Civil War – Oil Prices Rise (February2011) 2010-2013 Production Recovers Faster than Expected
  42. 42. Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Disaster has Big Impact on LNG and Oil Markets as Japan Seeks Replacements (March 2011) 2010-2013 All Japanese Nuclear Reactors Shut Down (May 2012)
  43. 43. June OPEC Meeting Ends in Disarray; End of Quotas(2011) 2010-2013
  44. 44. EU Embargoes Iranian Oil in Protest of Nuclear Weapons Program; US Imposes Secondary Boycott. Tension Drives Up Oil Prices (Jan 2012) 2010-2013
  45. 45. US Looks to Rising Oil Production and Reduced Imports Due to Shale Oil (2012) 2010-2013
  46. 46. Hurricane Sandy Causes Widespread Gas Shortage and Rationing in New York, New Jersey (October2012) 2010-2013
  47. 47. Algerian BP Facility Occupied by Amenas Militants for Four Days, Killing 48 Hostages; Gas Exports Maintained (January 16, 2013) 2010-2013
  48. 48. US Light, Tight Oil Production Growth Exceeds Expectations (2013) 2010-2013
  49. 49. Competition Grows Between Russian State Giants Gazprom and Rosneft (2013) 2010-2013
  50. 50. Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez Dies Raising Questions About Future Direction (March 5, 2013) 2010-2013
  51. 51. Oil & Money Today, Tomorrow, and Beyond 2010-2013
  52. 52. The Future of New Oil Technology
  53. 53. The Future of Renewable Energy
  54. 54. The Future of Oil
  55. 55. Thank You for Joining Us for 34 Years Insight, Knowledge, Networking Confronting our Common Challenges Explaining the Energy Industry to the World

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