Energy prices are surging, causing adverse effects across the global economy. Economists fear a slowdown in global economic growth due to increased energy costs, combined with other rising commodity and supply chain disruptions. Europe is especially hard hit with shortages in natural gas supply, carbon permit costs, and cold winters. Glasgow just concluded many reforms in electricity production and decarbonizing the grid, on top of already sky-high prices. How will this affect pricing and generation? With winter around the corner, and colder weather inevitable, what does this all mean?
Join the Global Energy Management Program and the J.P. Morgan Center for Commodities on Thursday, November 18, for part 2 of the Winter is Coming series. Moderated by GEM Executive Director, Sarah Derdowski with featured speakers from BP, Enverus, and S&P Global.
Webcast: Winter is Coming...and Energy Prices Are Spiking
Wednesday, December 8, 9:00 a.m. MT
Online via Zoom