Clyde Russell is Asia Commodities and Energy Columnist at Reuters. He has been a journalist and editor for 33 years covering everything from wars in Africa to the resources boom and its current struggles. Born in Glasgow, he has lived in Johannesburg, Sydney, Singapore and now splits his time between Tasmania and Asia. He writes about trends in commodity and energy markets, with a particular focus on China. Before becoming a financial journalist in 1996, Clyde covered civil wars in Angola, Mozambique and other African hotspots for Agence-France Presse.
Panelist: SESSION: Green Coke and Carbon
Do Oil Refineries Care? Green petroleum coke market future scope
All Sessions by Clyde Russell
- The price of oil has been tracking like a roller coaster this year. What are the long term risks for these price spikes? How is it affecting the world's economy? What is the short term and long term outlook?
- What are oil refineries’ plans for the future? Will there be a shift? what are the new trends? Are they temporary moves or permanent?
- What is the amount of crude oil processed and products made worldwide? What will Russia's role be in the market in the future? China? Iran? India?
- Will supply and demand be balanced? Or will there be a gap in the speed of adoption in the face of technical limitations?
- What are the new technology developments affecting petcoke? What will happen to the oil refining industry in the face of electric vehicles purchases increase reducing the need for car fuel, and climate change efforts to use alternatives energy sources?
- As electric and hydrogen powered trucks take over our logistics chains, and demand for diesel slips, how will this affect our industry?
- What is the role of the independent refineries in China as the largest supplier of anode grade green coke to the world market?
- Where will the green coke come from?