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June 20th, 2006

Future of energy sector discussed in İstanbul

Abstract:
The Ninth CERA International Energy Conference entitled “Meeting of the East with the West: Assurance of Energy Security” begins in İstanbul, today. During the conference, Oxonia Plc.’s CEO, Kevin Matthews and Aspen Aerogel’s CEO, Don Young will furnish information about the nanotechnology which will change the balances in the energy sector in the near future.

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