Proceedings of the
3rd International Workshop On Oil & Gas Depletion

Berlin, Germany, May 25-26 2004
Organized by the Association for the Study of Peak Oil & Gas

The workshop was held at the Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften,

Markgrafenstrasse 38 (Gendarmenmarkt), Berlin, Germany.

If information and other material from this proceeding is used the following reference should be given:
Proceedings of the 3rd International Workshop on Oil&Gas Depletion, Berlin, Germany, France, May 25-26 2004,
Edited by K. Aleklett, J.P. Gerling, www.peakoil.net/iwood2004
The following presentations are available
Scientific Program
Power-
point
Natural Gas, Chair: C Campbell
Welcome: From Paris to Berlin steps towards the Final Countdown to Peak Oil
Kjell ALEKLETT, [Uppsala University, Sweden and ASPO]
Future oil&gas supply for Europe
Friedrich-Wilhelm WELLMER [BGR, Germany]
Supply & demand of the US market
Matthew R SIMMONS [Simmons & Company Int. USA]
Demand and gas supply in Europe
Christian BECKERVORDERSANDFORTH [Ruhrgas]
Supply from Groningen and the small fields in the Netherlands, how has it worked out and what is ahead?
Jaap BREUNESE [TNO]
LNG, regional gas markets vs. Gas-OPEC
Francois CAHAGNE [Gaz de France]
Natural Gas (continued), Chair:
The future of natural gas supply
Jean LAHERRERE [ASPO]
Future gas potential: where-what-how much
J Peter GERLING [BGR]
Oil, Chair:
Oil reserves growth potential
Francis G. HARPER [BP]
Long-term energy outlook – An ExxonMobil analysis
Jeffrey A. JOHNSON [ExxonMobil]
A dynamic approach of oil production
Olivier RECH [IFP]
Energy and Society Chair: C. v. Hirschhausen
Energy scenarios for Europe
Harry LEHMANN [ISUSI]
The European energy policy – Reality or fiction?
Rolf LINKOHR [MEP]
Panel discussion: How to cope with the future energy constraints – A European perspective
Moderator: Fritz VAHRENHOLT [REpower]
Participants: Ali Samsam BAKHTIARI [NIOC]

Fatih BIROL [IEA]

Colin CAMPBELL [ASPO]

Hans-Josef FELL [MdB]

Hans-Wilhelm SCHIFFER [RWE Power]

Hartmut SCHNEIDER [BMWA]
Intro
Intro
Intro
Intro
Renewables/Hydrogen. What can we expect? Chair: W. Zittel
Economic growth and interest system
Bernd SENF
[FHW Berlin]
Synfuel – Their role in the transport sector
Frank SEYFRIED
[VW]
Alternative fuels in Europe and Germany – Which contribution is possible?
Martin KALTSCHMITT
[Inst. f. Energetik & Umwelt]
Hydrogen – Activities in the US, Japan and Europe
Jörg SCHINDLER
[LBSt]
Wrap up
Michael KOSINOWSKI
[NLfB]
Farewell
Kjell ALEKLETT
[ASPO, Uppsala University]