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World Energy Council issues official statement ahead of 22nd World Energy Congress

WEC calls for policymakers and industry leaders to “get real” as the global energy body exposes the myths informing the energy debate and defines a path to a more sustainable energy future.
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World Energy Council study highlights massive challenges to the energy system of Latin America and the Caribbean

The Latin America and Caribbean region must optimise its energy supply options nationally and across the region in order to support the needs of its growing economies and increasing population, according to a World Energy Council (WEC) report to be presented today at an event organised by the Colombian member committee of the WEC (COCME).
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WEC report highlights the critical issues affecting the global and regional energy sector

For the first time energy price volatility and recession have replaced climate framework uncertainty as dominant concern among world energy leaders
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Indaba Energy Leaders’ Dialogue to put spotlight on shale gas, electricity access

Following the success of the inaugural World Energy Leaders’ Dialogue in Abu Dhabi last month, the event will move to Johannesburg, South Africa this month.
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22nd World Energy Congress reflects concerns about shifting energy agenda

The significant interest in last month’s World Energy Congress reflected global concerns about today’s shifting energy agenda.

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WEC New Zealand highlights world energy issues

The World Energy Issues Monitor will be a hot topic in New Zealand’s energy discussions this week as the BusinessNZ Energy Council (BEC), the WEC member committee, launches the report nationally. John Carnegie, Secretary of the committee, talks about what’s keeping New Zealand energy leaders awake at night.

José Manuel Soria, the Spanish Minister of Industry, Energy and Tourism

Global governance, energy efficiency and unconventionals highlighted at WEC Spain event

Energy efficiency management and environmental care have become the top two issues in Europe, and so imminent action is required to guarantee the energy sector’s competitiveness and profitability.

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22nd World Energy Congress reflects concerns about shifting energy agenda

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