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cc: wattsatXYZxyzuk.com
date: Tue, 12 Dec 2000 12:00:17 +0000
from: Trevor Davies <t.d.daviesatXYZxyz.ac.uk>
subject: Re: Environmental Oil & Gas Conference
to: m.hulme@uea.ac.uk,r.k.turner@uea.ac.uk

Emma Watts (email address above) is arranging the programme for this
conference. She has indicated that she would be happy with a 20 minute talk
from each of you. She knows that 4 April is your preferred date.

The copy of her provisional programme is below. I suggested that, as it
stood, the prgramme was rather "sequential" & compartmentalised, and it
would be good to have a session where some of the issues were integrated.
This could be done, by integrating some of the physical science/technology
issues - in the way that the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research
will do (Mike Hulme); & in seeking to "connect" the main players -
business/gvt/civic society, etc, in the way that the Institute for
Connective Environmental Research (Kerry Turner) will attempt. Emma will be
very pleased to hear from you, with your suggestion for titles for your
lectures & a few words on what it will cover. I shall be very grateful if
you could contact her.

Trevor

At 16:53 28/11/00 -0000, you wrote:
>Dear Professor Davies,
>
>My colleague Samanda Davison forwarded your email to me. I am producing the
>conference and would be interested to hear more about the about the work you
>do. My interest is in environmental subject matter that is of specific
>concern to oil and gas companies. I will attach a copy of my draft agenda
>for the conference for your consideration. I would value any suggestions
>that you have as to how I could improve the programme and if there is a
>particular topic in which you have expertise then I would be very interested
>to hear from you. Please do not hesitate to contact me if I you would like
>further details
>
>Kind regards
>
>Emma Watts
>Conference Producer
>
>An Oil and Gas Industry, Legal, Government and Academic Forum
>
>
>DEVELOPING A SECURE
>ENVIRONMENTAL STRATEGY
>
>
>FOR COMMERCIAL SUCCESS
>IN THE OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY
>April 2001, One Whitehall Place, London
>
>
>Tuesday 3rd April 2001
>
>09:00 WELCOME ADDRESS FROM CONFERENCE CHAIRMAN - Dr Ken Forrest, Director
>Oil and Gas Directorate, British Trade International
>
>09:15 Keynote Ministerial Address - Rt Hon Michael Meacher MP, Minister
>for the Environment
>
>09:45 Sir John Browne, Chairman BP Amoco
>
>10:30 Tea, coffee and discussion
>
>GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES
>
>
>11:00 Climate Change - Aidan Murphy VP Climate Change Shell
>
>11:30 CoP 6, Emissions Trading - Christiaan Vrolijk (RIIA)
>
>12:00 Biodiversity, e.g. case study Niger Delta
>
>12:30 Lunch sponsored by
>
>
>REGIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL FOCUS - RUSSIA
>
>
>14:00 Case study of the problems of old infrastructure for the
>environment - Valerii Vladimirovich Remizov, Deputy Chairman, Gazprom
>
>14:30 Building a new environmentally aware infrastructure - Lukoil
>
>15:00 Environmental credibility and foreign investment - World Bank
>
>15:30 Tea, coffee and discussion
>
>TRANSPORTATION
>16:00 Study of new pipeline technology in Brazil - Henri Philippe
>Reichstuhl, President, Petrobras
>
>16:30 Spills from production and transportation - Exxon Mobil
>
>17:00 Issues of ownership, new technology and prevention - Intertanco
>
>17:30 Chairman's summation
>
>17:45 Close of day one
>
>
>
>
>
>Wednesday 4th April 2001
>
>OFFSHORE DEVELOPMENTS
>
>
>9:00 Environmental advances in offshore drilling. - Jan Eric Paulsson,
>Statoil
>
>09:30 Decommissioning - Phillips Petroleum
>
>10.00 Sub-sea Technology
>
>10:30 Tea, coffee and discussion
>
>EXPLORATION AND THE ENVIRONMENT
>
>11:00 Cleaning up the legacy of past exploration - Michael Trevino, VP
>Texaco Petroleum
>
>11:45 Environmental proceedures when siting new facilities - Robert Coyle,
>EBRD
>
>12:30 Lunch sponsored by
>
>
>ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY AND THE CORPORATE IMAGE
>
>
>14:00 Renewables - Judy Everett, Renewables Manager, Shell
>
>14:30 Reinvention and Rebranding - BP
>
>15:00 Tea, coffee and discussion
>
>15:30 PR Chronology, Lessons from Brent Spar to date - Chris Genasi,
>Shandwick International
>
>16:00 Utilising the PR Machine
>
>16:30 Panel Discussion/ Government Minister/ Senior Industry Figure
>
>17:15 Chairman's summation
>
>17:30 Close of conference
>
>
>Pre and Post-Conference Inter-Active Forums
>Monday 2nd and Thursday 5th April 2001
>
> Pre Conference Workshop
>Strategic Workshop, incorporating legal, insurance and regulatory dimensions
>David Ong
>
>Post Conference Workshop
>Environmental Audit
>Environmental Impact Assessment
>HSE - Quantitative Risk Assessment
>
>
>
>
>
>
>Visit our Website: www.gbnuk.com
>
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>9 Wimpole Street
>London
>W1M 8LB
>England
>
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>Direct fax: 00 44 (0) 1553 770441
>
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>
>
>

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Professor Trevor D. Davies
Dean, School of Environmental Sciences
University of East Anglia
Norwich NR4 7TJ
United Kingdom

Tel. +44 1603 592836
Fax. +44 1603 507719
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