WEBCAST

Resilience in energy: Collective action to weather the storm series

Webcast overview

The response to COVID-19 has sparked a remarkable demand destruction event: supply chains halted as the need for oil dropped significantly amid travel bans and local quarantines. At the same time, a global price war and failure of OPEC and non-OPEC producers to meaningfully cut production quickly has led to an oversupply and storage glut of crude oil. Coupled together, these two events are resulting in a very imbalanced supply/demand scenario, shifting geopolitics for energy exporters, and a massive sell off in oil markets with increasing volatility. As economies begin to experiment with gradual reopenings and demand begins to trend upward, markets continue to struggle with global uncertainty.

The KPMG Global Energy Institute, in conjunction with Eurasia Group, invites you to listen to the next discussion in this webcast series on the possible impact of COVID-19 on the energy industry.

Featured speakers

David Pretyman

David Pretyman

Principal, Power & Utilities Strategy, , KPMG US

Gillian Morris

Gillian Morris

Principal, Strategy, KPMG LLP

Regina Mayor

Regina Mayor

Global and U.S. Head of Energy, KPMG US

Robert Johnston

Robert Johnston

Managing Director, Energy, Climate & Resources & Executive Advisor, Eurasia Group