The high price of oil is a significant contributory factor to the current Eurozone crisis. This conference, organised by the Energy Institute, examined future global oil supply in detail by presenting forecasts for both supply and demand. Additionally, the conference covered technologies that underpin possible oil demand responses. EMC members will be offered the special registration fee reserved for the Energy Institute members.
Oil supply and demand - an update
Chaired by Professor Martin Fry CEng FEI, Visiting Professor, City University and Chair, BSI Energy Management Standards Committee
Demand reduction / oil substitution
Chaired by Brian Robinson CEng CEnv, Head of Energy and Carbon, Safety Division, TRL
Confirmed speakers and topics:
Dr Roger Bentley MEI, Visiting Research Fellow, Department of Cybernetics,
University of Reading
Setting the scene on global hydrocarbon supply
Chris Skrebowski FEI
Forecast of global oil supply - the position of Europe
Daniel Dorner, Senior Energy Analyst, Directorate of Global Energy Economics, International Energy Agency
IEA world energy outlook
Peter Hughes, Peter Hughes Energy Advisory
Technology, markets & policies: bringing peak oil demand ever closer
Nusa Urbancic, Programme Manager for Clean Fuels, Transport & Environment
Ensuring the uptake of sustainable and low carbon biofuels in the EU
Caroline Watson, Knowledge Manager, Energy Saving Trust
Plugging in - moving EVs to mainstream
Professor Martin Fry CEng FEI, Visiting Professor, City University and Chair, BSI Energy Management Standards Committee
Energy auditing of transport systems - the new EU Standard
Please note that EMC members were offered the special registration fee reserved for the Energy Institute members (£120.00).
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