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Andy Brown presents 2015 Shell lecture at University of Cambridge

Energy@Cambridge was pleased to welcome Andy Brown (Director Upstream International, Shell), together with a delegation on the 29th October 2015 to the University of Cambridge. Shell met with Shell funded PhD students who presented their research in five minutes. Click the image to read further.

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