Where do North American crude oil exports dynamics stand amid a global pandemic and an upstream sector "Shale 3.0" sea change?
2020 has been a tempestuous year for crude oil markets. Global oversupply, collapsed demand, historic price lows, escalating investor scrutiny around capital discipline and ESG, as well as geopolitical turbulence have created existential challenges for oil executives as they attempt to reboot their business models and make the transition to "Shale 3.0”.
Where does all this sector sea change leave North American crude exports? Join S&P Global Platts as we engage in an executive-level dialogue with upstream, midstream, and shale investment experts and discuss the way forward.
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Platts LIVE Oil Storage Bulletin Series
US crude storage has quickly become an overwhelmingly important issue as the global market continues to grapple with an oversupply of crude and dramatically dwindling demand in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In response to this trend, Platts LIVE has launched the Oil Storage Bulletin series, where we will offer insights into what maxed-out storage might mean for the market.
Part 1: Oversupply, coronavirus put US crude oil storage in the spotlight with Richard Redoglia, CEO of Matrix Global Holdings. Listen >
Part 2: In discussion with Brett Hunter, Vice President, Commercial Crude, Magellan. Midstream. Listen >
Part 3: In discussion with Ernie Barsamian, CEO, The Tank Tiger. Listen >