The History of Oil & Money from 1980 to Present Day
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This presentation is of the history of the Oil & Money Conference from 1980 to present day. Oil & Money is organized jointly by Energy Intelligence and the International Herald Tribune, which brings ...

This presentation is of the history of the Oil & Money Conference from 1980 to present day. Oil & Money is organized jointly by Energy Intelligence and the International Herald Tribune, which brings together the most influential decision makers for two days of high-level discussion and debate on the crucial issues facing the international energy sector.

If you want to join us at this year's Oil & Money Conference, then visit http://www.oilandmoney.com/how-to-book.aspx to register your place.

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The History of Oil & Money from 1980 to Present Day The History of Oil & Money from 1980 to Present Day Presentation Transcript

  • 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 million bbl/d effective February (2003) 2000-2009
  • 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 Expected
  • 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)
  • 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 (Jan 2012) 2010-2013
  • 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, 2013) 2010-2013
  • 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 Energy Industry to the World