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Presentaciones de ASPO VII Barcelona

ASPO 7 CONFERENCES BARCELONA 2008 - VIDEOS AND PRESENTATIONS FOR DOWNLOAD

Daniel Gómez
President of ASPO Spain
Welcome address N/A
Kjell Aleklett
President of ASPO International.
Professor of the University of Uppsala.
Welcome address. PDF file, 3,3MB
Josep Huguet
Head of the Department of Innovation, University and Enterprise of the Generalitat de Catalunya
Welcome address N/A
Kjell Aleklett
President of ASPO International.
Professor of the University of Uppsala.
Peak Oil and Economical Growth in Africa. PDF file, 4MB
Carlos de Castro
Ass. Professor Dept. Applied Physics, University of Valladolid.
World Energy-economy scenarios with system dynamics modelling. PDF file, 1,5MB
Salvador Pueyo
Catalan Institute for Climate Sciences.
A simple ‘Epidemic’ Model of Oil Depletion. PDF file, 2,5MB
Jean Laherrere & Jean-Luc Wingert
Founder of ASPO & Consultant and author of "La vie apres le pétrole".
Forecast of liquids production assuming strong economic constraints. (Lahèrrere & Wingert) PDF file, 3,2MB
Ret. Hon. Edward Schreyer
Former Governor General of Canada.
Chairman pro tem of ASPO Canada.
Energy Sources in North America: Use and Misuse. Priorities postponed and/or Inverted. N/A
Mariano Marzo
Professor of Energy Resources, University of Barcelona.
Gas Supply Security in Spain. PDF file, 3,7MB
Stephen Hamilton-Bergin
Writer
Prelude to the panel N/A
Luis de Sousa
ASPO Portugal / The Oil Drum
World Oil Exports PDF file, 4MB
Andrew McKillop
Consultant IMH Associates.
Global Energy Transition Plan and Programme. PDF file, 932KB
Chris Skrebowski
Consulting Editor Petroleum Review.
Director Peak Oil Consulting Limited.
Entering the Foothills of Peak Oil. PDF file, 2,5MB
Ugo Bardi
Professor University of Florence.
President of ASPO Italy.
The Earth’s mineral resources: an energy analysis. PDF file, 12,4MB
Marcel Coderch
Sustainable Development Commission of Catalonia.
The Nuclear Illusion. PDF file, 1,2MB
Richard Lawrence
ASPO USA
ASPO USA Conference wrap-up N/A
Victor Bronstein
Centro de Estudios de Energía, Política y Sociedad.
ASPO Argentina.
Peak Oil and Policy in Latin America. PDF file, 188KB
Colin Campbell
Honorary President of ASPO.
Peak Oil: A Turning Point for Mankind. PDF file, 9,3MB
Luca Barillaro
Energy Trader, Studio Barillaro.
Financial players and products: how speculative behaviour manipulates the energy market. Remedies and problems. PDF file, 3,8MB
Albert Morcego
Head of the Energy Outlook Program of ICAEN
Energy Plan for Catalonia  N/A
Jérôme Guillet
Head of Energy, Dexia.
Offshore Wind: Options for non Recourse Financing. PDF file, 3,4MB
Charles A. S. Hall
Professor, University of Syracusa.
Economic implications of changing EROI ratios. PDF file, 30,4MB
Mario Giampietro
Research Professor, Institute of Environmental Science and Technology, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.
A reality check on the feasibility and desirability
of biofuels as an alternative to fossil energy fuels.
PDF file, 9,9MB
Bob Lloyd
Director of Energy Studies, University of Otago Dunedin, New Zealand.
The Growth Delusion: Why we don’t want to believe in Peak Oil and Climate Change. PDF file, 18,9MB
Gonzalo Piernavieja Izquierdo
Director of the R&D Division. Canary Islands Institute of Technology.
Wind/Pumped-Hydro Power Station for El Hierro Island. Goal: 100% Renewable Energies. PDF file, 36MB
Richard Meyer
Head of Technical Analysis Concentrating Solar Power, EPURON GmbH.
The potential of solar energy to replace decreasing extraction rates of fossil fuels. PDF file, 6,3MB
José Luis García Ortega
Greenpeace Spain.
Renewable Revolution. PDF file, 1,5MB
Juan Requejo Liberal
Planning Consultant. Arenal Consulting Group. Asistencias Técnicas Clave
The Territory Recovery Factor in an energy scenario based on local resources. PDF file, 61,2MB
Pedro A. Prieto Pérez
Vice president AEREN-ASPO Spain.
Solar + Wind in Spain/ World. Closing the growing gap? PDF file, 4,2MB

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