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2nd Houston Oil Forum 2020 Overview

The 2nd Houston Oil Forum 2020 by U.S. Energy Stream, will be held on February 20 & 21, 2020 the at the Petroleum Club of Houston, in Houston, Texas.

This year’s topic is “Oil in an Energy World of Rivalries in the Era of American Energy Abundance”. The 2nd Houston Oil Forum 2020 focuses on the critical rivalries facing the oil industry. Oil has to compete in a world of rivalries ranging from geopolitical challenges, competition between fuels, trade policy, innovative technologies and new digital technologies in the energy sector, and global competition. All this new environment creates challenges and opportunities for the oil industry. During the Forum we aim to provide market intelligence, to forge new business relationships in order to provide the oil leaders with the critical information to thrive in the new energy environment.

The Houston Oil Forum provides comprehensive insight and delivers cutting edge information into the global, American and Texan oil industry by addressing key issues—from market trends and geopolitics to technological innovation, technical and financial challenges and opportunities, to operational excellence and cyber risks.

Our mission is to deliver cutting edge energy intelligence and to create innovative ways for oil and gas leaders to connect. U.S. Energy Stream fosters a culture of idea exchange, learning and relationship-building between industry, government and society to address the global energy future. The Houston Oil Forum brings together global industry leaders and policymakers from over 30 countries and the entire energy value chain. U.S. Energy Stream creates a strong network between key energy stakeholders that leads to year-round discussion and collaboration and are a key reason delegates participate again and again.

The Houston Oil Forum is by invitation only. It is a private, closed door, off-the record, non-attribution, and non-dissemination meeting, closed to members of the press.