U.S. and global energy markets have much to analyse ahead of the election. Biden supports environmental regulation and climate change diplomacy. Trump seeks to block those policies, supporting fossil fuels for economic growth and jobs. The trajectory of global energy prices depend in part on U.S. energy diplomacy with OPEC and the Saudis, Iran and Venezuela. U.S. relations with China and Russia also intersect with oil and gas production and trade. Regulation of the U.S. shale industry, support for renewables from Biden’s green investment plans and auto emission standards all depend on who wins.
Join Bob McNally, President of Rapidan Energy Group, John Kemp, Global Energy Columnist at Reuters, U.S. Energy Policy Editor Rich Valdmanis of Reuters and Karen Ashley, Head of Marketing, Americas, Refinitiv in a discussion moderated by Refinitiv’s Head of News Performance Richard Mably.
Bob McNally, President of Rapidan Energy Group
John Kemp, Global Energy Columnist, Reuters
Rich Valdmanis, Editor, U.S. Energy and Environment, Reuters
Karen Ashley, Head of Marketing for the Americas, Refinitiv
Richard Mably, Head of News Performance, Refinitiv