AMGIO 2011: Argus Mideast Gulf and Indian Ocean Oil Conference (AMGIO 2011)
|Event Date/Time: Mar 01, 2011||End Date/Time: Mar 02, 2011|
|Registration Date: Mar 01, 2011|
|Early Registration Date: Dec 31, 2010|
Mideast Gulf states and India with their refining capacity additions, are emerging as strong oil product suppliers to the international market. They are also becoming key demand centres because of surging domestic demand brought on by strong economic growth. Without a doubt, what is happening in the Mideast Gulf and Indian Ocean oil markets will have a profound impact on global crude and oil products supply and demand balances, pricing and refining margins.
The AMGIO 2011: Argus Mideast Gulf and Indian Ocean Oil conference is a timely event to focus on the emergence of the Mideast Gulf and south Asia as key trading hubs, the shifting trends in the crude and products market in the region and the resultant new challenges and opportunities for market participants.
* Conference highlights: Changing global crude trading landscape and its impact on the Mideast Gulf and India regions
* Crude buying requirements and pricing issues
* ESPO crude export and pricing
* Changes in Mideast Gulf and Asian crude pricing and the Argus Sour Crude Index (ASCI)
* Products supply and demand balances for Mideast Gulf and south Asian countries
* Changing products specifications - key product demand changes in Asia and the Mideast Gulf and their affect on trade flows
* The impact of new refining capacity in the Mideast Gulf and India on product trade flows and refinery margins
* Supply/demand and trade flows outlook for gasoline, middle distillates, fuel oil and jet fuel.
* New products pricing benchmarks: Alternatives to the Singapore netback model
Donâ€™t miss the AMGIO 2011: Argus Mideast Gulf and Indian Ocean Oil conference. Register now to be part of the inaugural event