October 2021
Geneva, Switzerland

Argus Global Crude - Geneva

Conference update

At Argus, the health, safety and well-being of our colleagues, customers, their families and communities are our highest priority.

In light of the growing risk posed by Covid-19, we want to assure you that we are actively monitoring daily updates and will continue to respond quickly based on the advice of governments and public health authorities.

Given the scale and impact that Covid-19 has had on our daily lives, as well as the new advice and regulations issued by governments, Argus announced that it will not host the 2020 Argus Global Crude - Geneva Conference in its traditional physical format. We are currently considering digital solutions which will enable us to serve your community and provide new opportunities to do business. We expect the physical conference to return on its annual cycle the following year. Please register your interest here to be kept updated via email.


NEW: Data science breakfast briefing

At the 2019 summit, the Argus data science team gave a demonstration of how artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms are leveraging Argus’ unique data to provide high-speed, results-oriented insight into crude oil markets. Download the infographic to find out more.

Expert speakers in 2019:

Fairy Wang Pei
Dr. Fairy Wang Pei
Doctor of Economics, Deputy General Manager of Research and Strategy Department, UNIPEC
Brent Secrest
Brent Secrest
Chief Commercial Officer, Enterprise Products
James Foster
James Foster
Global Commodity Head, BP Oil International
Alastair Houlding
Alastair Houlding
Head, Trade Commodity Finance, ING
Ben Holt
Ben Holt
Senior Advisor, Tullow Oil

Event highlights

  • An agenda of global influencers

    The summit programme featured multiple discussions to help the industry question assumptions, build networks and assess high-growth market opportunities.
  • Crude benchmarks workshop

    The crude benchmarks workshop explored the future of North Sea, US Gulf and China crude benchmarking and related issues; offering a strategic overview of this dynamic landscape and a platform to debate the current and future shape of leading crude benchmarks.
  • Navigating IMO 2020 workshop

    The IMO 2020 workshop offered strategic market intelligence on the different scenarios facing the industry to become compliant and what that means for the crude market.
  • Unparalleled networking

    A dynamic mix of influential global decision-makers, innovators and strategic experts, representing 20+ countries, met to make sense of shifting trends in the global crude trading sector.
2019 Sponsors and exhibitors