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Takeaway: Hedgeye hosting special lunch briefing in New York & Boston with former OPEC President & Algerian Energy Minister on OPEC's next steps.

BOSTON LUNCH EVENT INFO:

Monday, June 11, 2018

12:30 PM

Location TBD

Boston, MA

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NEW YORK LUNCH EVENT INFO:

Tuesday, June 12, 2018

12:30 PM

Location TBD

New York, NY

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Join us for a special lunch with former OPEC President & Algerian Energy Minister Chakib Khelil to get an assessment of OPEC’s next moves at the upcoming June 22 meeting in Vienna.  Oil prices have increased faster than expected in 1H2018 due to tightening fundamentals, declining Venezuela production and now Trump’s new US sanctions on Iran.

OPEC’s Summer Ministerial Meeting on June 22 in Vienna promises to be highly consequential to oil markets.  At the last OPEC meeting in November, the group extended the production cut agreement for 12 months until the end of 2018 but also added language at the insistence of the Russian minister to review the need for the agreement at the June meeting.

Oil prices cooled off over the last two weeks after comments by the Russian energy minister who suggested it was time for the OPEC producers and non-OPEC alliance to increase production by 1 million barrels a day (b/d). Saudi Arabia’s energy minister has not rejected outright the Russia proposal because they view the Saudi/Russian alliance as critical to market coordination.  However, the Saudis hope to bring the Russians to their view that physical oil markets are adequately supplied and that any increase should be modest or symbolic.

Minister Khelil will take us inside the OPEC decision making process and discuss the following topics:

  • His and OPEC’s view of current market conditions;
  • Will OPEC increase production and by how much;
  • Will OPEC relax compliance under production cut agreement;
  • Will OPEC exit early from production cut agreement;
  • Will Russia continue the agreement after the June meeting;
  • What price point/range is a catalyst for OPEC change in production;
  • What happens to the agreement in 2019;
  • Any OPEC surprises & your questions.

The lunch event will be hosted and moderated by Hedgeye’s Senior Energy Policy Analyst Joe McMonigle who will also attend the June OPEC meeting in Vienna.

The event is only open to Hedgeye clients. Please contact your sales representative for more information or email sales@hedgeye.com.