Now on its 6th year, the Argus Rio Crude Conference brings together global industry decision-makers from across the crude supply chain to network and get the most up-to-date information on price complexities, logistical constraints and commercial considerations for bringing Latin American supply to market, navigating volatility and capitalizing on the region's growth opportunity.
Get actionable insight on the most critical issues impacting Latin America, including:
- Brazil's role to fill lost volumes from Venezuela's decline: Understand how much investment is flowing into Brazil's upstream and whether the country's services sector is ready to meet demand
- Asian demand for Latin American crude: Gain perspectives from Asian buyers and their demand for Latin American barrels in the wake of potential geopolitical conflicts
- Mexico's new president and impact on the upstream: Explore AMLO's strategy after his first 6 months in office and what that might mean for exporting Mexican crude
- IMO marine fuel regulations impact: Discuss how the industry's plans for compliance as January 2020 quickly approaches
- Latin American logistics: Get clarity on the infrastructure available in the region to handle crude oil exports
- Competition for Latin American barrels: Understand the market access for Canadian crude and what that means for Latin America's oil
- Case studies: Hear from companies operating in Latin America and get insight into the infrastructure dynamics to bring supply to market...and much more!
Speakers: Mark Quartermain, VP Global Crude Oil Trading and Supply, Shell International Trading and Shipping Company Limited, Marcio Felix, Secretary of Oil, Natural Gas and Biofuels, Brazil Ministry of Mines and Energy Time: 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
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