How will the UK have to shape its energy supplies in the face of declining North Sea oil and gas production and an economic climate which has seen the price of benchmark Brent crude oil fall by more than 50% in the past six months?
The Dundee Energy Summit 2015 will look to experts from across the field of energy production and management to provide clues as to how United Kingdom’s future requirements may be met.
Taking place on January 31 at the University of Dundee, the Dundee Energy Summit has been organised by graduate students from the internationally renowned Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy (CEPMLP). Keynote speakers include: –
SNP MSP Shona Robison
Karl Leydecker, Vice-Principal of Dundee University
Prof. Malcolm Grimston, Honorable Senior Research Fellow, Imperial College London and Chatham House, and
David Pratt, Offshore Wind and Marine Renewable Planner, Marine Scotland, Scottish Government
Early registration is advised.
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