Canada's Oil & Natural Gas Extraction Industries: Weathering the Low Commodity Price Storm

The Conference Board of Canada, May 4, 2016
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Canada's crude oil and natural gas producers continue to feel the impact of a prolonged slump in energy prices. At the core of the current situation are a series of complex supply and demand issues which are affecting the crude oil and natural gas industries.

How are these dynamics expected to evolve in the short and medium term? Can Canadian crude oil and natural gas producers compete on a global basis? What are the challenges and opportunities for the energy sector?

The answers to these questions will have an impact on all Canadians. The negative conditions in the energy sector affects economic growth, and across the country, natural resource producing regions.

Join Carlos A. Murillo for the very latest outlooks on the Oil Extraction and Gas Extraction industries. Based on the Conference Board's Canadian Industrial Outlook, Carlos will present a five-year production, price, employment revenue, cost, and profitability outlook for the Oil Extraction and Gas Extraction industries.

Webinar Highlights

In this 60-minute webinar, Carlos will provide you with:

  • an up-to-date assessment of the outlook for global economic growth and energy demand
  • an overview of the evolving global fundamentals for crude oil and natural gas
  • a discussion of the challenges affecting Canadian crude oil and natural gas producers and the industries' expected financial performance

About Carlos

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As an Economist with the Industrial Economics Trends group in the Forecast & Analysis division, Carlos Murillo is in charge of analysing various industries, with a focus on the oil and gas sector. Mr. Murillo is also a contributor to the energy sector component of the Canadian national forecast and assists his colleagues across different groups and business units with matters related to energy.

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