The Scottish Oil Club
The Scottish Oil Club is a national forum for the presentation and discussion of views on the economic, industrial, technological and political aspects of petroleum and other energy resources.
"The 27th Annual Dinner of the Scottish Oil Club"
Lord Oxburgh KBE FRS
Friday, 11th March 2005
Lord Oxburgh KBE FRS, non-Executive Chairman of Shell Transport,
Born November 2, 1934 and appointed a Director of Shell in 1996 and non-executive Chairman in March 2004. He has held a number of scientific and university appointments including Chief Scientific Advisor, Ministry of Defence and Rector, Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine. Lord Oxburgh is also the Chairman of Chairman SETNET and Chairman of the House of Lords Select Committee on Science and Technology.
Board Committees: Social Responsibility Committee (Chairman), Shell Transport Nomination Committee
Duncan is a retired Scottish Manager of American Airlines. He was educated in Lanark, Motherwell, Aberdeen and France. Duncan has 40 years experience of amateur dramatics as a comedy actor, singer, master of ceremonies, and raconteur. He is an enthusiastic member of Hamilton Golf Club and is a presenter on SAGA105.2 FM from 4-6 p.m. on Sundays.
The following are Sponsors of the 27th Annual Dinner (2005) of the Scottish Oil Club.
Dress will be dinner jackets with decorations.
Contact the Scottish Oil Club Secretary for more information.
Click here for current table availability.
Wine Orders for the Event
The Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa will send out the wine and drink order form for each table direct to the table hosts well in advance of the event.
See the following documents provided by The Sheraton Grand Hotel and Spa:
The Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa has reserved 40 rooms for guests staying over the night of the dinner (11 March 2005), and 15 rooms for the Saturday Night (12 March 2005), at the favourable rates of £155 (single) and £180 (double), per room per night including VAT at 17.5% and Full Scottish Breakfast in the Terrace Restaurant.
Hosts and members are requested to book rooms directly with the Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa rather than via the Club. Early booking is recommended (cut-off date is 10th February 2005).
Corporate members of the Club may wish to entertain their guests before the dinner in separate hospitality suites. The Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa has a number of hospitality suites available and should be booked direct with the Hotel and not through the Club.