This event is exclusively for S&P Global Platts FEO customers.

Please join us for Platts Analytics 2021 Future Energy Outlook Forum.

Day One of the forum will lay out a common global groundwork that underpins our long-term energy outlooks across all commodities, and illustrate key differences between Platts Reference Case and 2 Degree Case outlooks. The focus will then shift to global oil with more intensive sessions on global oil supply, refining, and the carbon intensity of oil production.

One week later on Day Two, the forum will take a closer look at energy commodities outside of oil, specifically natural gas and electric power, and their roles in the energy transition. There will also be a specific session devoted to the potential roll out of hydrogen as an energy carrier in Europe, looking to quantify both the carbon reductions and impacts on fossil fuel demand.

While we will not be able to offer the same in person and interactive experience that has been part of Future Energy Outlook events over the years due to the ongoing pandemic, we will strive to deliver the same depth and breadth of coverage that longtime customers are accustomed to.

Please note that the sessions will take place on:

9 November / 10 AM – 1 PM ET
16 November / 10 AM – 1 PM ET

Registration deadlines:

  • Nov. 8 at 12 PM ET to attend the LIVE event on Nov. 9. If you register after this deadline you will have access to the Day One webinar replay and the Live event on Nov. 16.
  • Nov. 11 at 12 PM ET to attend the LIVE event on Nov. 16 and view the webinar replays for both days.



  • Dan Klein, Head of Future Energy Pathways, S&P Global Platts
  • Roman Kramarchuk, Head Future Energy Analytics, S&P Global Platts
  • Alyson Genovese, Global Head Of Corporate Responsibility, S&P Global Platts
  • Steve Bullock, Sr. Group Manager, Product Management & Development, S&P Global Platts
  • Bruno Brunetti, Head of Power Analytics, S&P Global Platts
  • Rick Joswick, Global Head of Oil Pricing & Trade Flow Analytics, S&P Global Platts
  • Rich Redash, Head of Global Gas Planning, S&P Global Platts
  • Patricia Luis-Manso PhD, Head of Agriculture and Metals Analytics, S&P Global Platts
  • Ashutosh Singh, Head of Supply Analytics, S&P Global Platts
  • Adrian Dorsch, Lead Analyst European Gas Markets, S&P Global Platts
  • Morris J. Greenberg, Senior Manager, North American Power Analytics, S&P Global Platts
  • Deborah Lee, Price Operations Analyst, Price Group, S&P Global Platts
  • Mark Mozur, Lead Analyst Demand Modeling, Policy, Technology and Scenario Analytics, S&P Global Platts
  • Samer Mosis, Manager, Global LNG Analytics
  • Andrew Cooper, Analyst, Low Carbon Markets, S&P Global Platts
  • Rene Santos, Manager, North America Supply Analytics, S&P Global Platts
  • Anne Robba, Manager, Future Energy Signposts, S&P Global Platts



Welcome Remarks


Long-term Energy Pathways: How to Make a 2 Degree Case a Reality
Debate: Reference Case vs. 2 Degree Case
Top 10 Ways to Accelerate the Energy Transition
Commodity Supercycle or Short-Term Blip?


Oil Supply Pathways: Will this time be different? Learnings from the recovery
Long-term Oil Supply Outlook
Oil Supply in a 2 Degree World, and the Role of Biofuels
Political Risks Surrounding Oil Supply




Refining Pathways: The Response to Peak Refining, and Roles of Petchem and Biofuels
Demand Outlook by Product
Refining Margins and Differentials
The Role of Petrochemicals and Drop in Biofuels


Footprints - Low Carbon Fuels and Carbon Pricing
What is Carbon Intensity and Why is it Important to Reducing Emissions
Platts Methodology and Field Results
How Carbon Intensity Could Influence Global Oil Supply



*The agenda is subject to change*


ESG: The Intersection of Finance and the Energy Transition
How is the financial communities focus on ESG is impacting the Energy Transition


Natural Gas Pathways: A Bridge Fuel to Nowhere?
Is North American Gas Demand Headed to a Peak?
European Gas Demand Amid Drive to Net Zero
Asian Demand Growth Trajectories
Where New Supply Will Develop & Carbon Neutral LNG




Electricity Pathways: How far can renewables drive decarbonization?
Will increasing electrification be effective in reducing global emissions?
The Good (Reliability), the Bad (Cost) and the Ugly (Emissions): Tradeoffs in Resource Planning
The role of CCUS, storage and nuclear in the energy transition


Signposts – Europe’s big bet on hydrogen
How is policy supporting the growth of hydrogen
Where does hydrogen make sense? Which sectors provide the most significant emission reduction per euro invested
What are the key signposts to larger hydrogen adoption



*The agenda is subject to change*