ENERGY PRODUCTION AND MANAGEMENT IN THE 21ST CENTURY: ENERGY QUEST 2014

"Offshore oil and gas production in the Cook Inlet Oilfield, Alaska"
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Conventional fossil fuels are finite resources which need to be replaced with other energy sources. At present there are renewable energy sources that can replace these traditional fossil fuels. The Energy Quest 2014: Energy Production and Management in the 21st Century. The Quest for Sustainable Energy aims to discuss these issues.

As of tomorrow Wednesday 23th and until next Friday 25th, the conference’s sessions will discuss on topics such as comparing hydrocarborns with a number of new renewable energy sources, finding efficient ways of storing and distributing energy, the importance of energy policies and management to achieving sustainability, the conversion of new sources of energy into useful forms, the energy use of industrial processes, environmental risks, the energy contents of materials including those in the built environment and energy production, distribution and usage, among many others.

The Energy Quest 2014: Energy Production and Management in the 21st Century. The Quest for Sustainable Energy will take place in the city of Ekaterinburg (Russia).

 

Rocio Troncoso

More Information: Energy Quest 2014.

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