Public Lecture: How Your Energy World Has Changed ... And Will Continue to Change...Export this event to calendar

Monday, April 15, 2013 — 7:00 PM EDT

Pipeline towards sunset and mountains.
Photo courtesy of www.peakwater.com

Free Event, please register at Eventbrite.

Environmental impacts and technological advances both affect Canada's energy world. Reduced USA oil consumption, because of better vehicles and lower consumption, concerns over pipelines and ocean shipping of viscous crude oil, the higher carbon impact of bitumen, and a focus on land disturbance issues in the Fort McMurray open pit mining region, all have effects on Canada's energy future. Where should pipelines go? Maurice Dusseault will introduce you to fossil energy issues in Canada, explaining what is happening because of these processes. Canada's future is changing; it is better to be informed than unprepared. For more information please download the Lecture pamphlet: Dusseault Lecture Abstract

Maurice is a Professor of Earth Sciences focusing on geological engineering.  He has a worldwide reputation in the oil industry as an instructor and advisor.  Research areas he is active in include hydraulic fracturing, oil production methods, deep waste disposal, wellbore integrity and salt mechanics.

This is the second of three Waterloo Science public lectures this spring investigating current oil issues. 

Cost 
Free
Location 
QNC - Quantum Nano Centre
Room 0101, Parking in Lot M
200 University Avenue West

Waterloo, ON N2L 3G1
Canada

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