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Title: Petroleum development and climate change: Risks of being a host country
Other Titles: Desarrollo del petróleo y el cambio climático: el riesgo de ser un país anfitrión
Authors: Dalhuijsen, Erik
UNESCO Clasification: 331321 Maquinaria de extracción de petróleos
250612 Geología del petróleo
3321 Tecnología del carbón y del petróleo
Keywords: Ciencia Compartida
Issue Date: 2014
Abstract: A petroleum expert’s view on risks and benefits of oil exploration today in Canarias, considering the climate change facts. The talk starts with an overview of the total petroleum development process, from exploration to post-abandonment, indicating some important risks and benefits for each, from a petroleum industry and a personal perspective. Then there is a part of the talk about the agreed facts of climate change, and what this means for us all. The end of the talk brings together these two sections in a summary.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/12494
Source: Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. Biblioteca de Ciencias Básicas "Carlos Bas". Cuarto Ciclo de ciencia compartida ; 5
Rights: by-nc-nd
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