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Oil Depletion – the debate? [London]   Print 
by PowerSwitchJames
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Wednesday 14 November 2007, 09:00 - 17:00

Oil Depletion – the debate?

Wednesday 14 November 2007

Energy Institute, 61 New Cavendish Street, London, W1G 7AR

The Energy Institute is pleased to announce its annual one-day conference examining Oil Depletion.

The resource-limited peak in the global production of conventional oil looks to be very close. Although hydrocarbon resources are large and not fully quantified the volumes of conventional oil that can be easily and rapidly developed are quite restricted. This peaking of readily available oil supply is likely to be disruptive and to have serious economic consequences.

This conference will examine the data and calculations that indicate the imminence of oil flows peaking, and present some of the challenges to be faced. The meeting will conclude with a panel discussion on the implications of the peaking of oil supplies.

Who should attend?

The meeting is of interest to all who have a professional need to understand near and medium term global energy supply.

Confirmed Speakers

Martin Fry FEI, Vice President Energy Institute, visiting Professor of City University

Claire Durkin, Director of Energy Markets, BERR (formerly known as the DTI)

Chris Screbowski, Energy Institute

Colin Campbell, ASPO's founder

Douglas Low, Director, The Oil Depletion Analysis Centre (ODAC)


EI individual members £98.00 (£115.15 inc VAT)

EI company members £110.00 (£129.25 in VAT)

Non-members £140.00 (£164.50 inc VAT)

If you would like to book a place at this event download a booking form here or contact Vickie Naidu, Events Organiser, Energy Institute:
t: +44 (0)20 7467 7179 e:

Vickie Naidu, Events Organiser -
Energy Institute, London


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