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Mark 29 to 30 June on your calendar for the third annual Argus East of Suez Oil Conference 2015.
The recovery of global oil demand began late in 2014 and has continued this year. Despite a surge in refinery output, product margins are healthy indicating strength in global consumption.
The current slump in oil prices is supply-led. Crude output growth is outpacing demand increases. Crude prices will remain just low enough to sustain margins. If demand growth falls and product storage facilities reach capacity, there will be a further steep fall in oil prices.
Let us analyse what these changes mean for you and how you can benefit from a rapidly evolving energy market environment.
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