福特汽车公司董事长William Clay Ford Jr.和陶氏化学公司首席执行长Jim Fitterling也将出席此次会议。福特汽车转向电动汽车的发展对石油市场产生了影响。Jim Fitterling则将谈到石化塑料行业的扩张及其风险。
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DJ Energy Leaders Convene in Texas as U.S. Oil and Gas Output Surges
America's growth as an oil and gas superpower, and the uncertainties companies face due to disruptive technologies and regulations, are set to be buzzy topics in Houston starting Monday as many of the world's leading energy players gather for the annual CERAWeek conference.
From OPEC Secretary General Mohammad Barkindo to Chevron Corp. Chief Executive Mike Wirth to BP PLC Chief Executive Bob Dudley, some of the biggest names in oil are set to speak at the conference, formally known as CERAWeek by IHS Markit, during the week.
The conference will also feature appearances by William Clay Ford Jr., chairman of Ford Motor Co., whose move to electric vehicles has ramifications for the oil markets; and Dow Chemical CEO Jim Fitterling, who is scheduled to speak about the expansion in plastics made from petrochemicals -- and its risks。
Administration will have a large contingent The U.S. now produces about 12 million barrels of oil daily, thanks in large part to record output from the Permian Basin of West Texas and New Mexico. That production boom has propelled the country toward being a net exporter of crude and refined fuels, a distinction the U.S. has achieved intermittently in recent months, according to the Energy Information Administration.