Britain has shifted 30% of its electricity away from fossil fuels in just nine years By Joe Dunckley / shutterstock Grant Wilson, University of Birmingham and Iain Staffell, Imperial College London Nine years ago, Britain generated nearly 75% of its electricity using natural gas and coal. In 2018, this dropped to under 45% – a […]
ENGIE is a global energy player and an expert operator in the three businesses of electricity, natural gas and energy services. The Group develops its businesses around a model based on responsible growth to take on the major challenges of energy’s transition to a low-carbon economy: access to sustainable energy, climate-change mitigation and adaptation, security of supply and the rational use of resources. ENGIE today invites us to Meet Youssef Chraïbi, MOM at ENGIE. We would like to believe that Youssef is a very representative member of the MENA originated youth that are emerging in numbers these days.
Here is below extract of this interesting article and in case of its appreciation, let us wish this young man all the best in his present and forthcoming endeavours.
The Mediterranean region is likely to figure prominently in the discussions taking place on the road from COP21 to COP22, and during the COP22 event itself. The Paris agreement addressed how much developing countries should take on climate change mitigation responsibilities, how developed countries should support developing countries financially to help them make those efforts, and how markets can effectively support mitigation.
The Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF) meeting which will take place a few days before the Paris COP21 agenda will be focused on sustainable development. The GECF is a gathering of the world’s leading gas producers whose first summit was held in Qatar’s capital Doha in 2011. It was at this first Summit of the Organization that was to promote a “priority to long-term contracts, to establish a security database for exporters as for consumers of natural gas.
The Euphrates in crisis: Channels of Cooperation for a threatened river 14 April 2015 The Euphrates River is of critical importance for water, food and energy security in Turkey, Syria and Iraq. Flowing south-east for 2,700 kilometres from eastern Turkey to the Persian Gulf, it supports over 60 million people and – along with the Tigris, with […]
Qatar to host energy efficiency forum Qatar’s Energy Efficiency and Conservation Forum planned for the 24 and 25th March 2015, in Doha under the patronage of Essa Bin Hilal Al-Kuwari, President of KAHRAMAA, Qatar General Electricity & Water Corporation. It is organised by Fleming Gulf, a consultancy firm and leading provider of business intelligence through […]