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News Release 54
57th Annual BP Statistical Review of World Energy
JUNE 17, 2008

Norm Hansen, President, attended The 57 Annual Statistical Review of World Energy that was sponsored by The Chicago Council on Global Affairs. BP make an outstanding presentation on the status of World Energy supplies and demands. However, BP executives stated countries would have to continue to use fossil fuel because there wasn't any Silver Bullet..

When asked about the Silver Bullet called Mirror Energy that could supply the World's energy needs for billions of years, they were not unaware of Mirror Energy and the multi-billion research and development programs located at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory in the United States and CERN in Europe, where scientists and engineers are studying the conversion of matter into energy.

BP didn't want to discuss using the $700 billion, spent on five billion barrels of foreign oil each yearly, to finance upgrading fossil power plants to Mirror Power plants that are three times more efficient and use the extra power to produce electricity and hydrogen for over 200 million motor vehicles. Using Mirror Energy would also reduce carbon dioxide levels by 50% or 3.8 billion tons per year. 

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