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Argentina's unconventional market started 2020 with high expectations.
However, considering the oil collapse and the COVID-19 pandemic: reducing well drilling costs via technology investment, and improving supply chain logistics are both important areas of opportunity in order to stay competitive.
This is an excerpt from the webinar "How does the oil shock affect the Latin American supply chain and capital expenditure?", with Renata Machado, Senior Research Associate at IHS Markit.
During this excerpt from the webinar "How does the oil shock affect the Latin American supply chain and capital expenditure?",
Mariana Anjos, Senior Research Associate at IHS Markit discusses perspectives for main deep water projects in Brazil in light of the oil collapse and the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mr. Riehl works closely with hedge funds and asset managers to solve complex problems related to data and analytics. He is a member of the IHS Markit alternative data committee and head of the Research Signals team. He has been with IHS Markit since 2010 and joined through the acquisition of Data Explorers Ltd. His research has been featured in the Economist, Bloomberg and on CNBC. Mr. Riehl holds a bachelor's degree in philosophy from Webster University and a graduate certificate in business from Columbia University, New York City, United States.
Mr. Hammond is the global head of the Research Signals product. He leads the team's research and new product development strategy and oversees a team of quantiative analysts. He is experienced with numerous quantitative strategies and datasets, and has led the team's innovation into areas such as short squeeze signals, social media sentiment, and cybersecurity risk.He is a member of the CFA Society of Chicago and the Chicago Quantitative Alliance. As a graduate in 2007, Mr. Hammond joined Quantitative Services Group, which in 2011 was acquired by Markit, and is now part of IHS Markit. He earned his B.S.B.A. in Finance from Washington University in St. Louis, US.
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