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Arthur Berman

Arthur Berman

Contributor since: 17 Jan 2013

Biography

Mr. Berman is a petroleum geologist with 34 years of oil & gas industry experience - 20 years working with Amoco (now BP) and 14 years as a consulting geologist. He regularly both speaks at energy conferences and is interviewed by major media. Mr. Berman is a Director of The Association for the Study of Peak Oil, and a past Director of The Houston Geological Society and The Society of Independent Professional Earth Scientists.

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