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Turkish Government Looks Forward To Hosting 2016 World Energy Congress

Turkey's Energy Minister, Taner Yildiz announced today the first 40 confirmed speakers for the 23rd World Energy Congress, coming from 21 countries and including 7 Ministers. Under the theme “Embracing New Frontiers”, the world's premier energy gathering expects to set the global energy agenda with 100 government ministers, heads of states and 10,000 senior energy leaders in Istanbul on 9-13 October 2016.

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World Energy Focus: read our July issue

In this issue, our cover story looks at the views of the Gas sector. In an exclusive interview Dean Oskvig, President and CEO of US infrastructure developer Black & Veatch Energy, comments on how policymakers need to prepare the ground to incentivise infrastructure financing. And our Nigerian Member Committee outlines the efforts the Buhari government have been making since the elections in May 2015.

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2015 World Energy Trilemma Report : ambitious climate framework needed now, says energy sector

New World Energy Trilemma Report says the energy sector wants to invest, but needs an ambitious climate framework, with clear emission targets and a flexible approach to meet different needs of countries to gain the confidence from investors if the essential investment target of $48-53 trillion is to be delivered. Five key actions to the successful transition to a low carbon energy system are identified.

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New World Energy Council Report: hydropower’s big surge – set to double by 2050

Global hydroelectric power is set to double to 2,000GW capacity by 2050 thanks to the multiple roles hydro projects can fulfil, particularly in climate change mitigation and adaptation. Charting the Upsurge in Hydropower Development Report, which covers technological, economic and socio-political perspectives across the world, highlights opportunities for future growth.

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The “new normal”: Energy price volatility and climate framework uncertainty top concerns of global energy leaders

Energy leaders see energy price volatility and the future of a climate framework as their top critical uncertainties, according to our latest World Energy Issues Monitor. This 7th annual edition of the study, entitled “Energy price volatility: the new normal”, has gathered the views of more than 1,000 energy leaders, including ministers and chief executives from nearly 80 countries.

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New Zealand develops the first country-level use of scenarios

The BusinessNZ Energy Council (BEC), New Zealand’s World Energy Council member committee, has initiated the first country-level use of The World Energy Scenarios: Composing energy futures to 2050. The ‘BEC2050’ project, which has been underway for over 9 months, is based on the Council’s scenario projects.  It is developing two potential future pathways or scenarios […]

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LNG Transport Italy and the Mediterranean Area Issues Debate

More than 200 representatives from international organisations, institutions, companies and association, which have developed business strategies for LNG in the Mediterranean Area, met in Rome on 11-12 June to discuss the perspectives of the use of LNG in maritime, road, rail transport and in off-grid plants.  The meeting was organised by the organized by Symposia and […]

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The 23rd World Energy Congress will be held from 9 - 13 October 2016 in Istanbul, Turkey under the theme: "Embracing new frontiers".

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