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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