ENVIRONMENT CLAIMS EQUAL BILLING DURING 13TH WORLD CONGRESS

For the first time in history, the environment has received equal billing with upstream and downstream sectors of the petroleum industry at a World Petroleum Congress. The environmental thread, mainly the global warming issue, ran through most plenary session presentations and many of the 110 papers presented on technology, economics, and management at the 13th WPC in Buenos Aires late last month. Delegates numbered 2,200. The time between future congresses will shrink to 3 years. Stavanger

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