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Peter Day examines trends and developments in industry and the world of work.

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Thursday 6 May 2004
An image of an oil platform.

In this week's programme...

RUNNING TOWARDS EMPTY

The world is still powered by oil, and even though discoveries peaked decades ago, nobody knows how much is left buried in the earth.

Peter Day asks some basic questions about the supply and demand of the energy that makes the world work.   

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Chris Skrebowski
Editor, Petroleum Review at the Energy Institute

Daniel Yergin
Chairman, Cambridge Energy Research Associates

Colin Campbell
Association of the Study of Peak Oil and Gas

Erling Overland
Acting Chief Executive, Stat Oil

Eric Mathiesen and Per Blystad
Senior Analysts, Norwegian Petroleum Directorate

Richard Webb
Raw Capital

Professor Peter Davies
Chief Economist, BP

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