Just a year ago, U.S, crude oil would have been a hot seller on the global stage, trading $12 a barrel cheaper than Brent crude. But U.S. crude oil is now just $1- 2 a barrel cheaper than Brent, and logistics are not yet in place to ship oil long distance.

Current economic and logistical models may not work for U.S. crude to be traded everywhere in the world, right here, right now.

But just weeks after Congress lifted a 40-year ban on exporting oil, the first shipments of U.S. crude did leave for Europe.

Crude exporters are now planning forward, to be ready to act when export economics make sense again.

By bringing together crude oil buyers and sellers, the U.S. Crude Exports Congress 2016, zeros in on global demand, export capacity and pricing differentials and delivers key need to know market insights and logistical models, associated with the delivery of the U.S. barrel to foreign markets

Multi-Stakeholder Forum Bringing Together Senior Decision Makers From U.S, Asia, Europe And Latin America

  • E&Ps from the Eagle Ford, Permian, Bakken, Appalachian, Woodford, Niobrara
  • U.S. Midstream Operators
  • U.S. Terminal Operators
  • U.S. Port Authorities
  • Global Traders
  • Global Refiners
  • Global Shippers

Make connections and network With CEOs, COOs, VPs, Directors, Managers, Team Leaders Of:

  • Crude Marketing
  • Crude Trading
  • Crude Origination
  • Corporate Strategy
  • Government Relations
  • Supply And Contracts
  • Market And Energy Analysis
  • Business Development
  • Logistics


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