Former Canadian Governor General Leads Oil, Gas Study Group
FORMER Manitoba Premier Ed Schreyer is leading a new organization that will educate, and warn, Canadians about dwindling petroleum reserves and global warming.
Schreyer and a distinguished panel of opinion leaders have formed the Canadian chapter of the Association for the Study of Peak Oil and Gas (ASPO), a global network that is studying both the state of oil reserves and the impact that oil and gas have on the environment.
Schreyer noted that 10 OECD countries have already established APSO chapters, and are in their own ways educating the broader public about the fact that oil and natural gas reserves are very likely more than half exhausted.
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