Where is the Oil Market Headed?
Last summer, Brent crude oil was selling at about $115 per barrel. In February, that number is hovering in the $50 per barrel range. Within the last two weeks, OPEC's Secretary-General stated that $200 per barrel prices are possible.
Because used oil derived products are closely connected with the value of crude oil, NORA has secured a speaker to address why oil prices have collapsed and offer an informed opinion on where oil prices will likely head in 2015 and beyond.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Jeff Kralowetz, Vice President Business Development, Argus
Jeff leads Argus business development in crude oil and NGL markets in North America. He opened Argus’ office in Calgary in 2010, and oversaw the expansion of crude oil and NGL price indices in Canada through the beginning of 2013. Previously, Jeff served as Argus’ news editor for the Americas.
A graduate of the US Military Academy at West Point, Jeff served 5 years as an aviation officer. He holds a master of arts degree from Baylor University.