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17 Feb, 2015
15.00 - 17.00
11 Feb, 2015
The BP Energy outlook 2035 identifies long-term energy trends, building on the BP Statistical Review of World Energy, and then develops projections for world energy markets to 2035, taking account of the potential evolution of the world economy, policy, and technology.
The Energy Outlook contributes to the wider debate on global energy issues by asking key questions.Which fuels will gain – and lose – global market share? What is the outlook for US tight oil and shale gas supply, and what will the US energy renaissance of recent years mean for global markets into the future? What changes are likely for China (the world’s biggest energy consumer)? What are the implications for CO2 emissions? And, with the oil price in the spotlight, what are the forces that will influence energy prices over the decades to come?
More information about the Energy Outlook series can be found on BP’s website
Spencer Dale joined BP as group chief economist in October 2014. Prior to that, he was executive director for financial stability at the Bank of England and a member of the Financial Policy Committee. Between 2008 and 2014, Spencer was chief economist of the Bank of England and a member of the Monetary Policy Committee. Spencer joined the Bank of England in 1989 and served in numerous roles, including private secretary to Mervyn King and head of economic forecasting. Spencer served as a senior advisor at the US Federal Reserve Board of Governors between 2006 and 2008.
14.30 Registration and coffee
Registration for this meeting has now closed. You can still register for the webcast before Feb 17th here