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The future of the Oil and Gas industry at Aberdeen Business School
12.06.2014, WiWi-Online.net
The Institute for Management, Governance & Society (IMaGeS) at RGU's Aberdeen Business School is holding the Research Fest this week from June 9 to 13, which includes a daily exhibition and evening Energy Societies lectures.

The exhibition presents examples of recent research and knowledge exchange projects within IMaGeS themes of: Business & Enterprise, Governance & Society, Information & Communication, as well as its cross-cutting Energy Societies. The Energy Societies research at IMaGeS addresses the energy challenges facing government, industry and communities today and in the future.

Among the lecturers Professor Marcella of Aberdeen Business School discusses recent research conducted with global leaders from the industry, which identified that, despite significant challenges internationally, there remained significant opportunities to embrace.

Professor David Gray, of IMaGeS, and Professor Richard Laing, of the Institute for Design, Environment and Sustainability (IDEAS) look at how low energy policies can be placed at the heart of city region rejuvenation.

Drawing on their work in European projects, they focus on how sustainable urban design, smart energy and low carbon transport can help make our city regions better places to live, work and do business. They also look at the challenges posed by rising energy costs and argue that the infrastructure and planning decisions made by policy makers today will still need to be 'smart' in 50 years' time.

Professor Peter Strachan, of IMaGeS, considers the recent arguments outlined by the Better Together and Yes Scotland campaigns around the implications for energy policy and electricity prices if people vote in favour of independence. Drawing on an independent research project, Professor Strachan scrutinises recent claims and provides an expert analysis.
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