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Christopher Elsner

IHS Markit

Associate Director, Energy-Wide Perspectives

Mr. Elsner focuses on the impact of financial markets on oil prices, North American oil and gas markets, as well as oil markets and geopolitical risk in the Middle East/North Africa (MENA) region. Formerly a member of the Financial Services team, he provided market research and analysis to large financial institutions, primarily hedge funds, private equity, and investment banks. Before arriving at IHS Markit, Mr. Elsner had worked for the U.S. Department of Energy and the Energy Information Administration (EIA) as an International Energy Analyst. In this function, he concentrated on bilateral engagements with foreign governments, mainly from the Middle East and Central Asia. As an analyst at EIA, he covered both North America and the MENA region, providing analysis to other U.S. federal agencies, and forecasting production from the main producers in the region. Mr. Elsner earned a BA from Kenyon College, an MA from Johns Hopkins SAIS, and an MBA from HEC Paris.

SESSIONS WITH Christopher Elsner

Tuesday, 25 May

  • 12:20pm - 12:50pm (EST) / 25/may/2021 04:20 pm - 25/may/2021 04:50 pm

    General Session

    The Oil and Gas Outlook: Lower, Greener, and Still Billions of Dollars

    The project cargo supply chain is adapting rapidly to the global energy transition even as it recovers from a painful, pandemic-induced oil price crash that leads to Capex cuts and project delays in 2020. Billions of dollars in capital spending will shift toward renewables over the next five years, as decarbonization changes the makeup of the global energy mix. Oil and gas are far from disappearing, however. Who will produce oil as international oil companies transform themselves into energy companies, and what can the project supply chain expect to see unfolding in the oil and gas industry overall? This session will delve into this complex topic.