The Argus Petroleum Exports Summit has been developed to help US crude marketers, midstream operators and refiners develop their strategies for success in the international markets. The conference will frame the global hot spots for crude runs and trade based on demand factors and bracket the crude supply outlook to set the basis for volume and quality of crude trade. We will explore global supply and demand trends and analyze the logistics and infrastructure of exporting crude, including pipeline capacity, expansions and investments, risks, shipping, waterway concerns, blending, quality requirements and more.
Join 200 refiners, blenders, infrastructure firms and shippers to discuss market opportunities and network with your peers at 8+ hours of scheduled networking activities.
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Analysts, logistic managers and traders involved in the international crude trade.
- Where will crude trade? Where are the best opportunities for US crude?
- What routes are the most profitable? What’s the outlook for the tanker market?
- What are the risks for US companies in the international markets?
- What are the financial and regulatory challenges facing domestic infrastructure developers?
- What is China’s import capacity? Is a trade war with the US in the works?
- How will US crude exports shift global product markets?
- How will environmental regulations impact light/heavy spreads for crude and products?
- Shifts in export infrastructure: Brent Secrest, Senior Vice President, Liquid Hydrocarbons Marketing, Enterprise Products
- The evolving geopolitical and security matrix for energy infrastructure investments: Andrew Holland, Director or Studies and Senior Fellow for Energy and Climate, American Security Project
- China outlook – Demand and import capacity for crude and refined products: Tom Reed, China/Asia Energy Editor, Argus
- Global tanker market: Gary Morgan, Director, Market Analysis, Deep Sea Tankers, Clarksons Platou Shipping Services USA LLC
- Leveraging market intelligence, advocacy and commercial diplomacy to maximize international exports: Peter Tataris, Senior International Trade Specialist, U.S. Commercial Service, U.S. Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration
- Joseph Israel, President and CEO, Par Petroleum
- Ben Nolan, Director, Shipping Research, Stifel
- Johannes Benigni, Group Chairman, JBC Energy
- Michael Moss, Vice President, Business Development, Rangeland Energy
- Sandra Dunphy, Director, Energy Compliance, Weaver and Tidwell, LLP
- Andrew Holland, Director or Studies and Senior Fellow for Energy and Climate, American Security Project
- Kevin Sterling, CFA, Managing Director and Senior Equity Research Analyst, Equity Research | Airfreight and Logistics & Maritime, Seaport Global Securities LLC
- Oscar A. López Velarde Pérez, Tax Partner, Ritch, Mueller
- Duane Layton, Partner, Mayer Brown LLP
- Brendan Hoffman, CEO, Haugen Consulting
- Jeff Kralowetz, Vice President, Business Development, Argus
- Peter Gardett, New York Bureau Chief, Argus
- Ed Arnold, Senior Consultant, Argus