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OurEnergyPolicy Event Summary - The Road Ahead for Oil and Gas

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Liza is the Program Associate with OurEnergyPolicy, where she works to manage the OurEnergyLibrary and coordinate regular webinars and live events. Prior to joining OEP, Liza worked with the...

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This event summary highlights key comments made by oil and gas industry leaders at an OEP live event in Houston, Texas in January 2023. Featuring a keynote conversation between BP Senior VP for the Gulf of Mexico and Canada, Starlee Sykes and Paul Pavlou, Dean of C.T. Bauer College of Business at the University of Houston. Additionally, panelists from Shell, Citigroup, and the American Petroleum Institute discuss the current status of oil and gas production and markets, challenges facing the sector, and the industry’s role in the energy transition. View the recording here. 

OurEnergyPolicy is a 501(c)(3) nonpartisan organization dedicated to advancing and facilitating substantive, responsible dialogue on energy policy issues and providing this discourse as a resource for the public, policymakers, and the media.

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