Event is successfully conducted in 23rd Jan 2010
The Saudi Association for Energy Economics (SAEE) is delighted to invite you to its Second Dinner Meeting. The theme of the event will be the changing oil market dynamics in light of the recent economic and financial crises. Two speakers from the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies will address the following:
·Oil Markets, Financial and Recession Crises
·Oil Market Dynamics through the Lens of the 2002-2009 Price Cycle
The event will take place at Asharqiyah Chamber on Saturday, January 23, 2010.
You are encouraged to register online for this event using the registration for on the side of this page.
We would like to invite you to join SAEE and encourage you to complete your membership application via registration on our website. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions: Dr. Nasser Al-Dossary
Early registration is closed. You can still register and pay in the event venue. On-site registration will be from 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm. Priority will be given to early registrants. See you in our 2nd SAEE Dinner Meeting.
|7:15 – 7:30 PM||Reception and Welcome Remarks|
|7:30 – 7:55 PM||Oil Market Dynamics through the Lens of the 2002-2009 Price Cycle
By Bassam Fattouh
|7:55 – 8:30 PM||Oil Markets, Financial and Recession Crises
By Robert Mabro
|8:30 – 8:45 PM||Questions and Answers Session|
|Dr. Robert Mabro
Former Director of the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
Robert Emile Mabro CBE, Emeritus Fellow of St Antony’s College, Fellow of St Catherine’s College Oxford and former director of the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, was born in Alexandria, Egypt in 1934. He obtained a degree in civil engineering from Alexandria University (1956) and after a short career as a civil engineer in Egypt, he went to France to study philosophy (1962-4) and then to London University where he obtained an MSc in economics, with distinction, in 1966.
He began his academic career at the School of Oriental and African Studies at London University, where he specialised in the study of the economic developments of the Middle East. In 1969 he moved to Oxford to take up a position at Oxford University as Senior Research Officer in the Economics of the Middle East. His interest in oil began to develop in 1972/3. His first publication in this area was a monograph written with the late Elizabeth Monroe – Oil Producers and Consumers: Conflict or Cooperation (New York, 1974). Dr. Bassam Fattouh
Director of the Oil and Middle East Programme at the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
Dr Bassam Fattouh is the Director of the Oil and Middle East Programme at the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies; a fellow at St Antony’s College, Oxford University; and a Professor at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. He has published a variety of articles on the international oil pricing system and the dynamics of oil markets and prices. Bassam Fattouh has also published in non-energy related areas. His papers have appeared in the Journal of Development Economics, Oxford Review of Economic Policy, Economic Inquiry, Empirical Economics, Journal of Financial Intermediation, Economics Letters, Macroeconomic Dynamics, Energy Ecconomics, Energy Policy and other journals and books. He has recently served as a member of an independent expert group established to provide recommendations to the 12th International Energy Froum (IEF) Ministerial Meeting in Cancun (29-31 March 2010) for strengthening the architecture of the producer-consumer dialogue through the IEF and reducing energy market volatility.
The event will take place in Asharqiyah Chamber located at Dammam-Khobar Highway.
Tel : +966 3 857–1111