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End of Cheap Oil - Are You and NZ Ready?


The End of Cheap Oil - Are You and NZ Ready?

Many of the world's leading oil production experts say the world is facing the end of cheap oil.

What will the "Post-cheap Oil Age" be like? What strategies and plans should government and industry be working upon?

Professor Frank Scrimgeour will report upon his work on a "Policy for Transition Post Peak Oil".

Frank is Professor of Environmental Economics at Waikato University and has published research on tax policies to facilitate optimal energy futures.

Public Meeting Thursday 12 May 2005 @ 7.30 p.m. in Management Studies Building, Waikato University, Hillcrest Road Hamilton. All welcome

Organised by: Engineers for Social Responsibility


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