10 November 2016
The Artillery Garden at the HAC, Chiswell Street, London, EC1Y 4TW
Join us for a top-level event convened by The Economist
For energy producers, cheap energy will prompt greater caution in making new investments. The ongoing oil price slump has already resulted in the cancellation or deferral of numerous projects worth billions of dollars, creating uncertainty in financial markets. But three developments continue to transform the outlook for investment in the oil and gas sector: price volatility, a changing financial environment, and the strengthening of policy to mitigate climate change. So what are the implications of COP21 for the financing of energy? How can oil and gas companies attract investment in a climate of change?
James Leaton, research director at Carbon Tracker, will discuss these issues alongside Michael Hsueh Commodities Strategist at Deutsche Bank, and Paul Spence Director of Strategy and Corporate Affairs, EDF Energy.
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