ONS Energy Talks - Kenneth Medlock, Baker Institute April 28, 2020

Pandemic, Uncertainty and Turmoil: Energy in 2020

The current and global Coronavirus pandemic has hit the global energy markets hard, and we have to be prepared for continued uncertainties and turmoil at least for the rest of 2020. We have seen a total collapse in global oil demand followed by the largest coordinated cut in production the world has ever seen and with other parts of the energy industry is suffering severely also. What are the effects on the industry so far and how will activities within areas such as CCS fare in all of this?

Kenneth Medlock, Ph.D., is the James A. Baker, III, and Susan G. Baker Fellow in Energy and Resource Economics at the Baker Institute and the senior director of the Center for Energy Studies. The Center for Energy Studies (CES) at Baker is ranked as the No. 1 energy and resource policy University-affiliated Think Tank. Medlock is also a Distinguished Fellow at the Institute of Energy Economics, Japan, holds a fellowship at King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center and is a member of the Advisory Board of the Payne Institute at Colorado School of Mines. Medlock is a principal in the development of the Rice World Natural Gas Trade Model, and has published numerous scholarly articles. He is a recognised international speaker, and has received many distinguished awards and served as a high level advisor to Government institutions.