DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/fqgg7j/pe_outlook) has announced the addition of the "PE Outlook Energy, markets and politics in 2016" book to their offering.
PE Outlook: Energy, markets and politics in 2016 is an impressive new annual book providing energy decision makers with the crucial strategic insight they need. Containing over 50 exclusive, forward-looking contributions from energy leaders on key industry topics and supported by detailed analysis by PE experts, this invaluable resource makes vital reading for planning 2016.
PE Outlook: Energy, markets and politics in 2016 is a new and unique book written by global leaders for global decision-makers and strategists throughout the energy sector.
The analysts open this definitive book with an expert review of the key fundamentals and developments across energy sectors, regions and technologies.
Then looking forward, more than 50 leading executives address the most crucial questions facing the industry, including:
- Abdalla El-Badri - What to expect from Opec
- Vaclav Smil - Why energy consumption is changing, fast
- Seth Kleinman - Don't bank on surging oil demand
- Amrita Sen - Crude prices in 2016
- Ken Medlock - Can American tight oil survive?
- Tullow's Aidan Heavey - What's next in East African oil?
- Steve Levine - How batteries will change global energy
- PdVSA's President Eulogio del Pino - Venezuela's plans in the Orinoco
- Chevron's Ali Moshiri - Argentina's Vaca Muerta in 2016
- Robin Mills - Iran's return to market
Section 1: Looking back
More than 20 articles on current developments in energy regions, sectors, technology and performance.
- North America
Section 2: Looking ahead
Over 50 forward-looking articles from energy thought-leaders on key themes across:
- Oil price and macroeconomics
- Where will the oil price go?
- Naimi on Saudi
- Upstream investment
- Global demand
- Downstream global
- Global gas
Climate and Technology
- Michael Levi
- Services sector
- Technology upstream
- Downstream shifts
- New demand-side tech
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