(Updated April 1st, 2015)
"State of Our Hydrocarbon Oil Supply and Recent Developments in Renewable Fuels"
by: Peter Nick
The impact of light oil source seems to have surprised even the energy management establishment in 2007. Most of the political and media establishment have yet to figure it out. The presentation will give some illustrations of where the LTO sector is and what its effect has been and will be on our national energy picture.
The second presentation will cover an old yet relatively new energy source – trash and similar organic wastes. Recent developments in this newly ordained area of renewable fuels allow for some generalizations to be made. The major one is the synergy of municipal waste dumps and major energy using process plants, such as refineries, petrochem plants, pulp and paper, and a host of other significant energy using industries. Subject Hint : the equivalent cost of this energy alone is actually a secondary consideration, which is a good thing. Come and find out why!
Pete Nick is the President of Renewable Energy Technologies and has been associated with several Southern California entities in his 40+ year career covering nearly all areas of energy supply, generation, and industrial usage..
Tuesday, April 21, 2015.
5:30 p.m. Social/networking
6:30 p.m. Dinner
7:30 p.m. Presentation
2525 E. Ball Road, Anaheim, CA 92809 714-520-9500 / Jagerhaus Restaurant
$30 section members, $35 others, $20 retired & unemployed, $10 students & add $5 without RSVP.
Food: TBA at the location. Please advise if you prefer a vegetarian meal.
RSVP by April 19th to Alan Benson at 909-724-9029 or at firstname.lastname@example.org or to Greg Smith at 951-310-7722 or at email@example.com.