Kjell Aleklett, ASPO President
Professor in Physics at the Department of Physics and Astronomy, Global Energy Systems Group (former Uppsala Hydrocarbon Depletion Study Group) at Uppsala University.
- E-mail: Kjell.Aleklett@fysast.uu.se
- Blog in English: Aleklett’s Energimix
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Kjell Aleklett is Professor of Physics at Uppsala University, Sweden, and leader of Global Energy Systems research and the Uppsala Hydrocarbon Depletion Study Group. He holds a doctorate from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, and worked as a post-doctoral staff scientist, 1977-85, at the Natural Science Laboratory at Studsvik, Sweden. In 1986 he was appointed as associated professor at Uppsala University and later as a full professor. In 1978-79 and again in 1983, he was invited to work with Nobel Prize winner Glenn T. Seaborg, Lawrence Berkley Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley, California, USA. His interest in the global energy situation started in 1995 and had since then grown dramatically.
In May 2002, he organized the First International Workshop on Oil Depletion at Uppsala University. Since 2003, he is president for ASPO, the Association for the Study of Peak Oil & Gas.
In 2005, he was invited to give testimony on peak oil before for the House of Representatives Subcommittee on Energy and Air Quality.
In 2007, he was asked by OECD to write a report about: PEAK-OIL AND THE EVOLVING STRATEGIES OF OIL IMPORTING AND EXPORTING COUNTRIES: FACING THE HARD TRUTH ABOUT AN IMPORT DECLINE FOR THE OECD COUNTRIES.
- Future Danish Oil and Gas Export, accepted by Energy
- European energy security: The future of Norwegian natural gas production, accepted by Energy Policy
- Aviation fuel and future oil production scenarios, accepted by Energy Policy
- How reasonable are oil production scenarios from public agencies?, accepted by Energy Policy
- A review on coal to liquid fuels and its coal consumption accepted International Journal of Energy Research
- Historical trends in American coal production and a possible future outlook, International Journal of Coal Geology 2009, Volume 78, Issue 3, Pages 201-216
- Giant oil field decline rates and their influence on world oil production, Energy Policy 2009, Volume 37, Issue 6, Pages 2262-2272
- The evolution of giant oil field production behavior, Natural Resources Research 2009, Volume 18, Number 1, Pages 39-56
- A decline rate study of Norwegian oil production, Energy Policy 2008, Volume 36, Issue 11, Pages 4262-4271
- A crash program scenario for the Canadian oil sands industry, Energy Policy 2007, Volume 35, Issue 3, Pages 1931-1947
- The Peak and Decline of World Oil and Gas Production, Minerals and Energy 2003, Volume 18, Issue 1, Pages 5-20