2022 was a volatile year for the oil markets and a challenging year for energy supply. As economies emerged from the pandemic, demand for gasoline, diesel and other refined products increased – but the loss of refining capacity in the U.S. and around the world created challenges in supplying that demand. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine upended traditional supply patterns and China’s withdrawal from the global economy amid continued COVID lockdowns added additional pressures. Join us for a conversation about what’s ahead for U.S. and global refining. Will the competitive strength of U.S. refiners endure as refinery capacity outside the U.S. expands? How will global efforts to manage carbon emissions affect refiners around the world? What does the future of refining look like?