Monday, November 10, 2008

Peak Oil Seminar This Wednesday

You are cordially invited to join the Southold Town Renewable Energy Committee Wednesday,
November 12, 2008, 7:00 p.m.
Southold Town Hall

The Southold Town Renewable Energy Committee, Hosted by Izzy Doroski, is presenting a seminar on “Peak Oil.”

This is a community awareness lecture on the growing problem of world oil depletion known as Peak Oil. Learn how Peak Oil is causing economic problems in our lives and what measures we can take to mitigate this coming dilemma. Peak Oil is the term that refers to the fact oil production in the world will reach a maxim point of production and then go into an irreversible decline.

It is apparent the world oil reached a peak in oil production in May of 2005 and is now in decline. When you see the gas price rise over $4/gallon you are seeing the beginning stages of Peak Oil. Energy prices will continue to increase and shortages will eventually appear. The lecture will discuss all aspects of Peak Oil, what our society must do to mitigate this dilemma and what you should do to prepare for it.

This lecture is presented by Isidore Doroski of Riverhead, NY. Mr. Doroski is a member on the Riverhead Town Energy Advisory Committee and holds a Bachelors of Science Degree in Biology and has been employed by the Suffolk County Department of Health Services for more than 28 years.
Mr. Doroski's goal is to educate everyone on the subject of Peak Oil and motivate people to be part of the solution to this problem. This presentation is appropriate for everyone, including residents, business owners, contractors, architects, environmentalists, civic leaders and Legislators.
We hope to see you at this very informative seminar!

Marie Domenici, Chairwoman
Southold Town Renewable Energy Committee - 516-510-7873