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Date(s) - 27 February
Centre for History for Economics
Today’s energy industry is vast and complex and its development is one of the crucial political issues of our time. It covers the extraction, capture and exploitation of varied fuels, processes of refining and generation and the delivery of energy to meet the demands of populations and industry. This one day workshop will bring together work on a range of historical periods and energy types with a view to developing methodologies, creating working networks, and generating further understanding of current research within the field of historical energy use.