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  • UserDr Nuttall ( University of Cambridge), Jean-Pierre Hansen (GDF SUEZ), Pr Michael Kelly (University of Cambridge), David White (Schlumberger), Dr Cleevely (University of Cambridge), Pr Kevin Anderson (University of Manchester), Jim Krane (EPRG)
  • ClockFriday 04 March 2011, 10:00-18:00
  • HouseUniversity Centre, Granta Place.

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You are warmly invited to attend the Cambridge Energy Conference, a day long event confronting the views of industry leaders, government policy makers and academic experts, to discuss the impact of energy initiatives on climate change. This event is sponsored jointly by Cambridge Judge Business School and Manchester Business School.

Keynote speakers include

- Jean Pierre Hansen, Chairman (in charge of Energy Policy) of the GDF -SUEZ Executive Committee, former Executive Director of Suez Tractabel (2003-2008)

- Pr Michael Kelly, Prince Philip Professor of Technology at University of Cambridge, former Chief Scientific Adviser to the Department of Communities and Local Government (2006 – 2009)

- David White, Schlumberger Research Champion, former President of Water & Carbon Services at Schlumberger (2006-2009)

- Dr Bill Nuttall, University Senior Lecturer in Technology Policy, Assistant Director of the ESRC Electricity Policy Research Group

- Dr David Cleevely, founding Director and Member of Executive Committee of the Centre for Science Policy at Cambridge

- Pr Kevin Anderson, Professor of Energy and Climate Change at University of Manchester, Directorof the Tyndall Energy Programme

- Jim Krane, journalist, author of Dubaï, City of Gold, Member of the Electricity Policy Research Group, with expertise on the Politics of Energy Policy Choices in the Gulf Arab States

With panel discussions and Q&A sessions, this is a fantastic opportunity to explore some burning issues in greater depths. For additional details and to register, please visit the conference website:

This talk is part of the Cambridge Energy Conference series.

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