Petro Diplomacy 2022: Gulf Countries on the Front Line of Energy Security
Saudi Aramco engineers and journalists look at the Hawiyah Natural Gas Liquids Recovery Plant in Hawiyah, in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia on June 28, 2021. (AP Photo/Amr Nabil)


Thursday October 20

Session 1: Middle East Crude Oil in High Demand but for How Long?


    Michael Cohen

    Chief U.S. Economist and Head of Oil and Refining, BP

    Christof Rühl

    Adjunct Senior Research Scholar, Center on Global Energy Policy, Columbia University

    Herman Wang

    Managing Editor, OPEC and Middle East News, S&P Global Commodity Insights

    Kate Dourian

    Non-Resident Fellow, AGSIW; Contributing Editor, MEES; Fellow, Energy Institute

Session 2: A Dash for Gas, but Will It Last?


    Anne-Sophie Corbeau

    Global Research Scholar, Center on Global Energy Policy, School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University

    Jamie Ingram

    Senior Editor, MEES

    Robin Mills

    Non-Resident Fellow, AGSIW; CEO, Qamar Energy

    Colby Connelly

    Director, Economics and Energy Program, Middle East Institute; Senior Analyst, Energy Intelligence

Friday October 21

Session 3: OPEC+ and U.S.-Gulf Relations


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