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Fifth IEA-IEF-OPEC Symposium on Energy Outlooks

23 March 2015

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

The Fifth IEA-IEF-OPEC  Symposium on Energy Outlooks took place on 23 March 2015 at the IEF Headquarters in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The Heads of the IEA, IEF and OPEC opened the Symposium. Dr Aldo Flores-Quiroga, IEF Secretary General, moderated discussions of the first session. To improve transparency among various scenarios and advance a data driven and well informed producer-consumer dialogue, these focussed on the latest OPEC and IEA energy outlooks and a comparative analysis of short-, medium-, and long-term energy outlooks released by the IEA and OPEC in 2014 provided by the IEF-Duke University Introductory Background Paper

Watch highlights from the 5th IEA IEF OPEC Symposium on Energy OutlooksSymposium discussions in the subsequent sessions were moderated by senior industry practitioners and facilitated an open exchange of views among invited participants. Key energy outlooks from industry stakeholders factored into the discussions. Well-informed insights deepened the collective understanding of present day market dynamics and their impact on energy market security, with a special focus on investment.

The Symposium is part of a wider joint programme of work agreed upon by the three organisations and endorsed by energy ministers at the 12th International Energy Forum (Cancun, March 2010). Attendance is by invitation only.

Session I: Key findings from the Comparative Analysis on Energy Outlooks, and presentation of the latest IEA and OPEC projections.

Session Chair: HE Aldo Flores-Quiroga, Secretary-General of the IEF

Session II: Industry views on short-, medium-, and long-term energy outlooks

Session Moderator: David Fyfe, Head Market Research and Analysis, Gunvor Group

Session III: Uncertainties in coping with appropriate investment decisions

Session Moderator: Harry Tchilinguirian, Global Head, Commodity Markets Strategy – Commodity Derivatives, BNP Paribas

Additional Reading

The IEF-Duke University Global Energy Outlooks Comparison: Methods and Challenges

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