Jean Laherrère

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Jean H. Laherrère is a petroleum engineer and consultant, best known as the co-author of an influential 1998 Scientific American article entitled "The End of Cheap Oil".[1] Laherrère worked for 37 years with Total S.A., a French petroleum company. His work on seismic refraction surveys contributed to the discovery of Africa's largest oil field. [1]

Since retiring from Total, Laherrère has consulted worldwide on the future of exploration and production of oil and natural gas. He is an active member of the Association for the Study of Peak Oil and Gas, and continues to contribute detailed analyses and projections of the future of world energy production. [2]

Laherrère is an advisor for the Oil Depletion Analysis Centre.

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  1. ^ a b Colin Campbell and Jean Laherrère, "The End of Cheap Oil", Scientific American, March 1998.
  2. ^ Papers and publications of Jean Laherrère

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