Global Energy Systems Conference 2013
Global constraints on the supply of conventional fossil fuels - particularly oil, as highlighted by the IEA - are a key contributor to current high energy prices.
The Global Energy Systems conference will examine these constraints in detail, as well as the cost, energy-return, and rate-limit of non-conventional fossil fuels and renewable energies that will drive future energy prices. No other event puts these critical topics into such a clear energy-systems context.
To provide for maximum engagement, attendance will be limited to 300 delegates. Register your place today.
Sponsorship opportunities are still available.
This event runs from 26 - 28 June in Edinburgh.
For full details of the conference, please visit the official website.
Poster submission - deadline March
Abstracts are invited for posters to be presented at the Global Energy Systems Conference, 26-28 June 2013. The conference considers unconventional fossil fuels, the future of the electricity system, nuclear energy and the economics and policy of energy systems.
The Cabot Institute is supporting this event.
Download the flyer for 20% discount (PDF, 1,951kB). (UoB only).