Alexandre Araman

Alexandre Araman

Principal Analyst - Middle East Upstream Research Wood Mackenzie

Alexandre is a global experience analyst serving clients in areas of commercial research, valuation of upstream oil & gas assets and businesses, supply and demand analysis of oil & gas markets and greenhouse gas emissions.

Prior to Wood Mackenzie, Alexandre had 10 years of international experience with Total in conventional and unconventional oil & gas exploration and development in Russia, West Africa, Brazil and the US. In his last position, Alexandre was the subsurface project leader of a giant Brazilian oil field, one of Total's main assets, where he was responsible of maximizing production and profitability.

Alexandre was also the senior geophysicist on the Utica shale gas project, where he was responsible of optimizing the field development including well spacing and fracking. In his previous assignments, Alexandre was also the lead well site geologist offshore Congo and the processing supervisor for Total’s biggest 3D seismic surveys.

Alexandre is an Engineer from Télécom Paris and holds MSc degrees from Imperial College and Colorado School of Mines and an MBA from INSEAD. He is the winner of the Claude Janssen prize awarded to INSEAD’s highest GPA graduate. He is also fluent in Arabic, Russian, French and English.
 

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Wednesday 10/11/2021

From 10:00 To 11:00

11/10/2021 10:00 11/10/2021 11:00 Keynote: 8 trends that are changing the Middle East: can Africa change too? 2020 was a tumultuous year for the Middle East region with coronavirus restrictions and the oil price crash hitting hard. Two oil price crashes in five years have focused minds on the vulnerability of oil revenues. Middle East governments are proactively making their economies more resilient. This crisis proved to be an inflexion point with new trends emerging and existing trends accelerating. New policies are broadly aimed at maximising the strategic benefit of oil and gas resources at the same time as diversifying revenue streams. There is an economic transition from over-dependence on oil to a more balanced economy. Some countries are best positioned with competitive and abundant hydrocarbon resources, capable NOCs, stable governments, attractive investment conditions and sizeable sovereign wealth funds. There will be winners and losers.

Delivered by Alexandre Araman
Madinat Jameirah

Madinat Jameirah

"Keynote: 8 trends that are changing the Middle East: can Africa change too? "

Alexandre Araman
Time and date

Wednesday 10/11/2021

From 10:00 To 11:00

11/10/2021 10:00 11/10/2021 11:00 Keynote: 8 trends that are changing the Middle East: can Africa change too? 2020 was a tumultuous year for the Middle East region with coronavirus restrictions and the oil price crash hitting hard. Two oil price crashes in five years have focused minds on the vulnerability of oil revenues. Middle East governments are proactively making their economies more resilient. This crisis proved to be an inflexion point with new trends emerging and existing trends accelerating. New policies are broadly aimed at maximising the strategic benefit of oil and gas resources at the same time as diversifying revenue streams. There is an economic transition from over-dependence on oil to a more balanced economy. Some countries are best positioned with competitive and abundant hydrocarbon resources, capable NOCs, stable governments, attractive investment conditions and sizeable sovereign wealth funds. There will be winners and losers.

Delivered by Alexandre Araman
Madinat Jameirah
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Madinat Jameirah

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