The History of Oil & Money from 1980 to Present Day

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This presentation is of the history of the Oil & Money Conference from 1980 to present day. Oil & Money is organized jointly by Energy Intelligence and the International Herald Tribune, which brings together the most influential decision makers for two days of high-level discussion and debate on the crucial issues facing the international energy sector. If you want to join us at this year's Oil & Money Conference, then visit http://www.oilandmoney.com/how-to-book.aspx to register your place.

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34 Years of Oil & Money

Oil & Money 1980 1989

A Time of Transformation

Reagan Deregulates Oil Prices

1980-1989

Iran Hostage Crisis Ends

1980-1989

Oil Glut Takes Hold; OPEC Cuts Prices to $29 per Barrel (April 1983)

1980-1989

Iran Iraq Tanker War

1980-1989

Oil Price Crash of 1986

1980-1989

Chernobyl Disaster (April 26, 1986)

1980-1989

Exxon Valdez Oil Spill (March 24, 1989)

1980-1989

The Fall of the Berlin Wall (November 9, 1989)

1980-1989

Oil & Money 1990 1999

A Time of Transition

1990-1999

Invasion of Kuwait (August 2, 1990)

1990-1999

Soviet Union Collapses (December 1991)

La Apertura: The Opening of Venezuela's Oil Industry (1994 - 1999)

1990-1999

Lord John Browne, Group Chief Executive of BP

First Recipient of the Petroleum Executive of the Year Award

1990-1999

New Technology & Cost Reductions

1990-1999

Asian Economic Crisis Slashes Economic Growth and Oil Demand (1998)

1990-1999

Major Intl Oil Company Mergers (BP - Amoco 1998, Exxon - Mobil 1999, Chevron - Texaco 2000)

1990-1999

Oil Price moves above $25/bbl as OPECs 3 mi. bbl/day cuts take effect (March 29, 1999)

1990-1999

Oil & Money 2000 2009 A New Boom

Expansion of Oil Sands Alberta

2000-2009

Kashagan Discovery (2000)

2000-2009

September 11, 2001 : Oil Prices Fall Sharply

2000-2009

Iraq War Begins: Iraqi Production Drops OPEC raises the production quota of its members (excluding Iraq) from

23 to 24.5 million bbl/d effective February (2003)

2000-2009

Hurricane Katrina (August 29, 2005)

2000-2009

Russian Production & Export Surge

2000-2009

Qatar LNG Expansion

2000-2009

Chinese Demand Growth Drives Oil Price, Supply Anxiety

2000-2009

Oil Price Hits $147 Barrel (July 2008)

2000-2009

Oil Price Drops Sharply as Part of Global Financial Crisis

2000-2009

US Shale Gas Production Rewrites Gas Supply Outlook in North America

2000-2009

Iran: New Political Uncertainty and Geopolitical Risk (September 2009)

2000-2009

Saudi Capacity Increases to 11 Million Barrels a Day (2009)

2000-2009

Crude Oil Prices (1970- 2008)

International Crude Oil Market Handbook, Energy Intelligence

2000-2009

Oil & Money 2010 2013

The New Energy Map

Russia Introduces New ESPO Crude to Asian Market (2010)

2010-2013

BP Deepwater Horizon Explosion; Oil Spill in the Gulf of Mexico (April 20, 2010)

2010-2013

Last US Combat Troops Leave Iraq (Aug 19, 2010)

2010-2013

Petrobras Raises $70 billion in Record Share Offers (2010)

2010-2013

Arab Spring Begins in Tunisia, Egypt, Bahrain (2011)

2010-2013

Libyan Production Stops Due to Civil War Oil Prices Rise (February 2011)

2010-2013

Production Recovers Faster than Expected

Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Disaster has Big Impact on LNG and Oil Markets as Japan Seeks

Replacements (March 2011)

2010-2013

All Japanese Nuclear Reactors Shut Down (May 2012)

June OPEC Meeting Ends in Disarray; End of Quotas (2011)

2010-2013

EU Embargoes Iranian Oil in Protest of Nuclear Weapons Program; US Imposes Secondary

Boycott. Tension Drives Up Oil Prices (Jan 2012)

2010-2013

US Looks to Rising Oil Production and Reduced Imports Due to Shale Oil (2012)

2010-2013

Hurricane Sandy Causes Widespread Gas Shortage and Rationing in New York, New

Jersey (October 2012)

2010-2013

Algerian BP Facility Occupied by Amenas Militants for Four Days, Killing 48 Hostages; Gas

Exports Maintained (January 16, 2013)

2010-2013

US Light, Tight Oil Production Growth Exceeds Expectations (2013)

2010-2013

Competition Grows Between Russian State Giants Gazprom and Rosneft (2013)

2010-2013

Venezuelas Hugo Chavez Dies Raising Questions About Future Direction (March 5, 2013)

2010-2013

Oil & Money Today, Tomorrow, and Beyond

2010-2013

The Future of New Oil Technology

The Future of Renewable Energy

The Future of Oil

Thank You for Joining Us for 34 Years

Insight, Knowledge, Networking

Confronting our Common Challenges

Explaining the Energy Industry to the World

Slide Number 1Oil & Money1980 1989 A Time of TransformationReagan Deregulates Oil Prices Iran Hostage Crisis EndsOil Glut Takes Hold; OPEC Cuts Prices to $29 per Barrel (April 1983)Iran Iraq Tanker WarOil Price Crash of 1986Chernobyl Disaster (April 26, 1986)Exxon Valdez Oil Spill (March 24, 1989)The Fall of the Berlin Wall (November 9, 1989)Oil & Money1990 1999A Time of TransitionInvasion of Kuwait (August 2, 1990)Soviet Union Collapses (December 1991)La Apertura: The Opening of Venezuela's Oil Industry (1994 - 1999)First Recipient of the Petroleum Executive of the Year AwardNew Technology & Cost ReductionsSlide Number 17Slide Number 18Slide Number 19Oil & Money2000 2009A New BoomExpansion of Oil Sands AlbertaKashagan Discovery (2000)Slide Number 23Slide Number 24Hurricane Katrina (August 29, 2005)Russian Production & Export SurgeQatar LNG ExpansionChinese Demand Growth Drives Oil Price, Supply AnxietySlide Number 29Slide Number 30US Shale Gas Production Rewrites Gas Supply Outlook in North AmericaSlide Number 32Saudi Capacity Increases to 11 Million Barrels a Day (2009) Slide Number 34Oil & Money2010 2013The New Energy MapRussia Introduces New ESPO Crude to Asian Market (2010)BP Deepwater Horizon Explosion; Oil Spill in the Gulf of Mexico (April 20, 2010)Last US Combat Troops Leave Iraq (Aug 19, 2010)Petrobras Raises $70 billion in Record Share Offers (2010)Arab Spring Begins in Tunisia, Egypt, Bahrain (2011)Libyan Production Stops Due to Civil War Oil Prices Rise (February 2011)Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Disaster has Big Impact on LNG and Oil Markets as Japan Seeks Replacements (March 2011)June OPEC Meeting Ends in Disarray; End of Quotas (2011)EU Embargoes Iranian Oil in Protest of Nuclear Weapons Program; US Imposes Secondary Boycott. Tension Drives Up Oil Prices (Jan 2012)US Looks to Rising Oil Production and Reduced Imports Due to Shale Oil (2012)Hurricane Sandy Causes Widespread Gas Shortage and Rationing in New York, New Jersey (October 2012)Algerian BP Facility Occupied by Amenas Militants for Four Days, Killing 48 Hostages; Gas Exports Maintained (January 16, 2013)US Light, Tight Oil Production Growth Exceeds Expectations (2013)Competition Grows Between Russian State Giants Gazprom and Rosneft (2013)Venezuelas Hugo Chavez Dies Raising Questions About Future Direction (March 5, 2013)Oil & MoneyToday, Tomorrow, and BeyondThe Future of New Oil TechnologyThe Future of Renewable EnergyThe Future of Oil Slide Number 55