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Oil: Living with Less Conference 2004 Print

Papers and powerpoint presentations from the presenters at STC's "Oil: Living with Less Conference" on August 9th, 2004 are available in the Papers and Policies section of this website.

We were very fortunate to have as the keynote speaker this year Dr Ali Samsam Bakhtiari from the National Iranian Oil Company. A link to his CV and web site with papers etc can be found here. Also, a copy of his recent paper in the Oil & Gas Journal can be found in the Papers and Policies section of this website.

A copy of the STC's policy on oil vulnerability titled "Oil: Living with Less"  is available in the "Papers and Policies" section of this website.

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Hon. Alannah Mac Tiernan
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Ali Samsam Bakhtiari
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Bruce Robinson
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David Smith from Treasury
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Lisa Baker from WACOSS
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David Rice- $10per litre scenario

 

 
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