IWOOD 2003 - Paris

Proceedings of the
 2nd International Workshop On Oil Depletion
Paris, France, May 26-27 2003
Organised by the Association for the Study of Peak Oil&Gas
The workshop was held at the  Institut Francais du Pétrole , Rueil Malmaison, Paris.

If information and other material from this proceeding is used the following reference should be given:
  Proceedings of the 2nd International Workshop on Oil Depletion, Paris, France, May 26-27 2003,
Edited by K. Aleklett, C. Campbell and J. Meyer, www.peakoil.net/iwood2003 .

(This page will be updated when we get new PowerPoint presentations and papers.)

Programme booklet
(Welcome, General Depletion Picture, Programme, The Speakers,  Abstracts, The War for Oil, Contacts)
(Use Explorer for PowerPoint presentations)
Monday 26th May

SESSION 1        Chair:  Mr Pierre-René Bauquis

Opening Address
Olivier Appert, Chairman,
Institut Français du Pétrole, France

Resource Wars
Michael KlareProfessor of Peace & World Security Studies
Hampshire College, USA

The War for Oil
BBC Film

SESSION 2        Chair:  Mr Jean Laherrère

A Realistic View of Long-Term Middle East Production Capacity
Ali Samsam Bakhtiari  Corporate Planning Directorate,
National Iranian Oil Company, Iran

Russian Oil Reserves, Future Exploration Potential & Production Capacity
Ray Leonard,  Vice President, Exploration & New Ventures
YUKOS Oil Company, Russia

The World’s Endowment with Natural Gas:
The Perspective from BGR’s New Energy Study
J. Peter Gerling,  Head of the Energy Resources Section
Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources (BGR), Germany

( D.L. )

SESSION 3        Chair:  Dr Roger Bentley

Modelling Oil Production, Energy Consumption, Population & Economy
Jean Laherrère,  Former Deputy Exploration Manager,
Total Oil Company, France

Yes ( long )
(short )
The Physical Modelling of Future World Energy Demand
Malcolm Slesser, Chairman,
Resource Use Institute, UK

Energy Supply Conditions and Oil Price Regime
Jean-Marie Bourdaire, Director of Studies,
World Energy Council, UK

SESSION 4        Chair:  Dr Peter Gerling

The North Sea – A Victim of Depletion
Chris Skrebowski  Editor,
Petroleum Review, Institute of Petroleum, UK

( D.L. )

Modelling of Remaining Reserves In a Mature Basin
Vincent Lepez  Assistant Professor,
IFP-School, France

( D.L. )

Oil Prophets: Looking at World Oil Studies Over Time
Steve Andrews  Energy Consultant,

Tuesday 27th May

SESSION 5        Chair:  Dr Werner Zittel

How to Make the World Aware that the Party is Over
Kjell Aleklett  Professor,
Uppsala University, Sweden 

(D.L )
Will 2000 Turn Out to be the Peak, Followed by Wildly Oscillating Oil Prices?
Kenneth Deffeyes  Professor Emeritus,
Geosciences, Princeton University, USA

The 2003 Update of the ASPO Oil & Gas Depletion Model
Colin Campbell, Dr and Anders Sivertsson , student 
ASPO & Uppsala University, Sweden

SESSION 6        Chair:  Prof Kjell Aleklett

Options for Future Transport Fuels
Jörg Wind  Senior Manager,
Research & Technology, DaimlerChrysler, Germany

Non-OPEC Oil Supply: Economics and Energy Policy Options
Maarten van Mourik & Richard Shepherd
Economist & Journalist, France

What Energy Sources for Transportation in the 21st Century?
Pierre-René Bauquis  Associate Professor,
IFP–School, France

SESSION 7        Chair:  Prof Rui Rosa

The Contribution of Technology:  “Creating” Reserves
Gérard Friès  Executive Vice President,
Institut Français du Pétrole, France

Extra Heavy Oil and Bitumen: The Challenges of Enhanced Recovery
François Cupcic 
TotalFinaElf Oil Company, France

( D.L. )

Status of Renewable Energy in Europe
and Its Role in a Renewable Transport Fuel Strategy
Werner Zittel 
L-B-Systemtechnik GmbH, Germany

Property Rights for the Global Commons – Feudal or Democratic?
Paul Metz  Managing Consultant,
INTEGeR... consult, The Netherlands

( D.L. )

SESSION 8        Chair:  Dr Colin Campbell

Is The Glass Half Full or Half Empty?
Matthew Simmons  Chairman & Chief Executive Officer
Simmons & Company International, USA [via video link]

Risks and Solutions to Ireland’s Energy Supply
David Callaghan 
Sea Energy Ltd, Ireland

Closing Remarks
Colin J. Campbell, Dr
ASPO and Uppsala University