Richard Melson

June 2006

CGES Symposium

www.cges.co.uk

The Centre for Global Energy Studies is a leading authority on oil market forecasting and analysis and the economics and politics of energy.

The Centre for Global Energy Studies holds regular Executive Retreats, Symposia, Seminars and Conferences. All events are chaired by HE Sheikh Yamani and attended by executives from the oil,finance and transportation industries as well as governments and other international organisations.

Next Event:

10th Annual Symposium

Can the world break its addiction to oil?

Chaired by Sheikh Yamani

30th & 31st October 2006
Pennyhill Park Hotel, Bagshot, Surrey

Register now for the CGES 10th Symposium

Can the world break its addiction to oil?

30th & 31st October 2006 at Pennyhill Park Hotel, Surrey

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CGES 10th Symposium

Can the World break its addiction to oil?

30th & 31st October 2006 at Pennyhill Park hotel

Click here for list of speakers

Register now for early discount

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Contact CGES marketing:

email: marketing@cges.co.uk

Tel: +44(0)20 7309 3610/5657

Dear Colleague,

Register for the CGES 10th Symposium before 1st August 2006 and receive an early registration discount of 200.

The CGES 10th Symposium will address the question 'Can the World break its addiction to oil?' and will focus on calls to revive investment in nuclear energy, to increase investment in gas and to develop the technology to decrease the amount of gasoline and diesel in the transportation sector.

Join us at this important event, which will provide you with a unique opportunity to hear guest speakers, and discuss these crucial issues with our industry experts and CGES Analysts.

Chaired by HE Sheikh Zaki Yamani,

the Symposium will cover the following topics:

Ending the oil addiction: how and when?

Technological advances and the oil price

Alternative transportation fuels

Power Generation

US and European initiatives

Developing Countries' plans

Geopolitics and the endeavours towards an energy shift

The delegate fee is 1680 + VAT, which includes admission to the conference, all meals and accommodation at the Pennyhill Park hotel. The early registration fee is 1480 + VAT for registrations received before 1st August 2006.

Click here to register,

or complete and return the attached form to fax number +44(0)20 7235 4338.

Alternatively, email marketing@cges.co.uk.

Kind Regards

Louise Peacock

Marketing Executive

P.S Remember to register before 1st August 2006 for your early discount of 200.

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