Richard Melson

February 2006

CGES Oil & Gas London

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Centre for Global Energy Studies

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CGES ONE-DAY SEMINAR

CHAIRED BY

H.E. SHEIKH ZAKI YAMANI

The Geopolitics of Future Energy

on 23rd March 2006

AT THE CARLTON TOWER HOTEL, LONDON SW1

As the nuclear standoff in Iran demonstrates, geopolitics has a great effect on the energy industry. Oil market developments which saw record high oil prices in 2005, were to a great extent caused by geopolitical factors. OPEC’s waning spare production capacity has been a result of political developments in Iraq and Venezuela, at the same time political constraints have meant minimal investments in OPEC countries such as Saudi Arabia and Iran.

This year's CGES Seminar will discuss geopolitical uncertainties, their impact on oil and gas prices, and the move towards

nuclear power and alternative energy.

The following topics will be discussed:

MEETING FUTURE ENERGY DEMAND

GEOPOLITICS AND OIL SUPPLY UNCERTAINTIES

THE ALTERNATIVES

THE WORLD DESERVES RELIABLE ENERGY

Speakers will include Senior CGES Analysts and other industry experts.

Click here for the full programme.

Price: 850 + VAT (Includes conference, documentation, and meals.)

To register for this event click here or complete and return the attached form by fax to:

+44 (0)20 7235 4338

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