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Revealed! How energy growth will increase by 36% by 2030 – BP’s Leading Chief Economist, Christof Rühl Shares Insights

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What will the global consequences be on energy demand over the next 17 years?

In this webinar focused on BP's Energy Outlook 2030 - BP's Leading Chief Economist, Christof Rýhl shared insights into global impact.

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BP’s Group Chief Economist, Christof Rýhl, one of the world’s most respected energy economists presented a 1 hr, live webinar on Thursday, May 2 at 4pm Sydney, Australia time.

The BP Energy Outlook contains the company’s projections of long-term energy trends. It builds on its Statistical Review of World Energy, to develop projections for world energy markets to 2030, taking into account of the potential evolution of the world economy, policy and technology.

Christof Rýhl manages BP’s global Economics Team, providing input into the firm’s commercial decisions. He presented the BP Energy Outlook 2030 findings and suggested how they will affect the world economy.

The outlook ‘base case’ reflects a ‘to the best of our knowledge’ assessment of the world’s likely path from today’s vantage point, drawing on expertise both within and outside the company. The outlook highlights the central role markets and well-designed policy can play to meet the duel challenge of solving the energy needs of billions of people who aspire to better lifestyles, and doing so in a way that is sustainable and secure. It also highlights potential alternative outcomes, underlining the uncertainties attached to any long term projection.

Presenter:

Christof Rühl

Christof Rýhl
Chief Economist
BP

Christof Rýhl is Group Chief Economist and Vice President of BP plc. He manages BP’s global Economics Team, providing economic input into the firm’s commercial decisions. BP’s Economics Team also produces the annual Statistical Review of World Energy and Global Energy Outlook.

Christof has a distinguished track record in both academia and economic policy making. Prior to joining BP, he was at the World Bank (1998-2005) where he served as the Bank’s Chief Economist in Russia and in Brazil. Before that, Christof worked in the Office of the Chief Economist at the EBRD in London. Previously, he was an academic economist, first in Germany and from 1991 as Professor of Economics at the University of California in Los Angeles. In addition, Christof held Visiting Professorships at academic institutions worldwide, amongst them the University of Chicago. His areas of specialisation are macroeconomics and energy economics; he has published widely in these fields.


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