Future Global Oil Supply and Demand Balance—Scott Tinker, Chair
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Trends in Oil Supply and Demand, the Potential for Peaking of Conventional Oil Production, and Possible Mitigation Options: A Summary Report of the Workshop B Workshop Agenda THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2005 Setting the Stage—Michael Ramage, Chair 7:30 am Sign In 8:00-8:10 Overview of Plan for the Workshop Michael Ramage, chair, Workshop Planning Group (retired executive vice president, ExxonMobil R&D Company) 8:10-8:45 Issues in the “Peaking of Global Oil Production” Debate David Greene (corporate fellow, Oak Ridge National Laboratory) 8:45-9:20 World Oil Demand: Key Trends and Uncertainties Nicola Pochettino (senior energy analyst, International Energy Agency) 9:20-9:55 Global Overview of Petroleum Resources Thomas Ahlbrandt (project chief, United States Geological Survey) Future Global Oil Supply and Demand Balance—Scott Tinker, Chair 9:55-10:00 Introduction Scott Tinker (director, Bureau of Economic Geology, and Department of Geological Sciences, University of Texas, Austin) 10:00-10:35 A View from Cambridge Research Associates Peter Jackson (director, Oil Industry Activity, Cambridge Energy Research Associates)
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Trends in Oil Supply and Demand, the Potential for Peaking of Conventional Oil Production, and Possible Mitigation Options: A Summary Report of the Workshop 10:35-11:10 A Case for a Near-Term Peak in Global Oil Production Jeremy Gilbert (Barrelmore Ltd.) 11:10-11:45 Questions Regarding Saudi Arabian Petroleum Supplies Matt Simmons (Simmons & Company International) 11:45-12:20 pm Exploration Trends, Diminishing Success, and Implications for Future Crude Supplies Michael Rodgers (senior director, Exploration and Production Portfolio and Business Development Unit, PFC Energy) 12:20-1:40 Recess 1:40-2:15 The View from ExxonMobil Scott Nauman (manager, Energy and Economics, Corporate Planning Department, ExxonMobil Corporation) 2:15-2:50 Looking In from the Outside Kjell Aleklett (Association for the Study of Peak Oil (ASPO) and professor of physics, Uppsala University) 2:50-3:25 A View of Global Oil Peaking Herman Franssen (president, International Energy Agency) 3:25-4:00 OPEC Outlook on Oil Supply and Demand Adnan Shihab-Eldin (acting secretary general, Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries) 4:00-5:15 Group Discussion 5:15 Adjourn FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2005 Mitigation Options and Time to Implementation—David Greene, Chair 7:30 am Sign In 8:00-8:05 Introduction David Greene (corporate fellow, Oak Ridge National Laboratory) 8:05-8:50 Overview of Mitigation Strategies Robert Hirsch (Science Applications International Corporation)
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Trends in Oil Supply and Demand, the Potential for Peaking of Conventional Oil Production, and Possible Mitigation Options: A Summary Report of the Workshop 8:50-9:35 Key Technology Trends Impacting Exploration and Production Donald Paul (chief technology officer, Chevron Corporation) 9:35-10:10 The Potential of Heavy Oil Robert Heinemann (president and CEO, Berry Petroleum Company) 10:10-10:45 Oil Sands Development and Future Outlook Eddy Isaacs (managing director, Alberta Energy Research Institute) 10:45-11:20 The Potential of Shale Oil Stephen Mut (Shell Exploration and Production Company) 11:20-11:55 Producing Liquid Fuels from Coal David Gray (director, Energy Systems Analysis, Mitretek Systems) 11:55-1:00 pm Recess 1:00-1:35 Liquid Fuels from Natural Gas Emil Jacobs (vice president, R&D, ExxonMobil Research and Engineering) 1:35-2:10 Producing Liquid Fuels from Biomass Daniel Sperling (professor and director, Institute for Transportation Studies, University of California at Davis) 2:10-2:55 Opportunities for Reducing Oil Demand for Transportation John Heywood (director, Sloan Automotive Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology) 2:55-3:10 Break Potential Follow-up Studies and Activities—Robert Hirsch, Chair 3:10-3:15 Overview and Purpose of the Session Robert Hirsch (Science Applications International Corporation) 3:15-4:30 Group Discussion 4:30-5:00 Summary of Salient Points from the Group Discussions and Suggestions for Follow-on Studies Robert Hirsch (Science Applications International Corporation) 5:00 Adjourn
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