Date and Time
Tuesday, 18 July 2017
12.00 pm - 2.00 pm
Meeting Room 1
339 Pitt Street, Sydney
Member regular: $159.00
Member table of 10: $1,590.00
Non-member regular: $199.00
Non-member table of 10: $1,990.00
BP’s Statistical Review of World Energy
The BP Statistical Review of World Energy provides high-quality objective and globally consistent data on world energy markets. Last year, it revealed a 2015 in which significant long-term trends in both the global demand and supply of energy came to the fore with global energy consumption slowing further and the mix of energy sources shifting towards lower-carbon fuels. Did the trend continue in 2016? What happened to the production, consumption, price and fuel mix of energy?
The 2017 edition of the Review – it’s 66th edition - will reveal the data: BP’s Claire Fitzpatrick will examine its key findings.
About Claire Fitzpatrick
In September 2014, Claire was appointed Managing Director for BP’s Exploration and Production interests in Australia. In this role, she is accountable for all BP Upstream activity in Australia, including the North West Shelf Venture.
Claire is a Director of the Board of North West Shelf Gas Pty Ltd, the gas marketing agency for the venture. In addition, she is a Board Director of the Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association (APPEA) and Chairperson of the APPEA Executive Committee.
Claire joined BP in 2002 as Chief Accountant/Head of Accounting Policy for Upstream.
Following this she was Head of Performance Management for Upstream and in 2007 moved to BP Alaska, initially as Commercial Director then as the Chief Financial Officer. In 2012 Claire was appointed Head of the Executive Office for Upstream in BP’s London office.
Prior to BP, Claire worked for Ernst & Young in London and Houston across a variety of service lines focused on the oil and gas sector.