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OPEC led by Saudi Arabia, and its allies including Russia, agreed in December to reduce oil production by 1.2 mbd in an effort to stabilize oil prices. But surging US shale oil output could effectively eat up OPEC’s cuts by later this year as the US has become the world’s largest crude oil producer.
These developments will be discussed by our speakers along with the status of domestic reforms in Saudi Arabia in the wake of the assassination of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
**Wil Kohl, Senior Adviser, ERE Program
**Jean-François Seznec, SAIS Adjunct Professor
**Fareed Mohamedi, Managing Director of SIA-Energy International, formerly PFC Energy and Saudi Aramco
RSVP required. A light reception will follow.
Johns Hopkins University, Bernstein-Offit Building - Room 500
1717 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington DC 20036