Global Energy by 2030 facing Restructuring of all countries would be a problematic required by an Energy Transition that raises Security Issues worldwide, the conjunction of the fossil fuels volatility and the need for protection of the environment and reduction of greenhouse gas emissions had required a revision of all energy strategies.
This is roughly why we need as a matter of urgency to, on the one hand, review our current mode of energy consumption and on the other, exploit all forms of energy and the renewable ones that fortunately remain the only alternative.
The recent devastating hurricanes pose many problems and Algeria is not immune from any of them. Studies of the United Nations anticipated drought unparalleled in North Africa between 2020 and 2025.
The proposed article of Paul Ebeling’s on Iran moves to opening up for GCC’s businesses would be best to be prefaced by an introduction to a respectable retrospective of modern Iran as it is striving to pick up speed after coming out of the darkness of years of sanctions. Read more in A History of Modern Iran . In a radical reappraisal of Iran’s modern history, Ervand Abrahamian traces Iran’s traumatic journey across the twentieth century, through the discovery of oil, imperial interventions, the rule of the Pahlavis, and, in 1979, revolution and the birth of the Islamic Republic. In the intervening years, Iran has experienced a bitter war with Iraq, the transformation of society under the rule of the clergy, and, more recently, the expansion of the state and the struggle for power between the old elites, the intelligentsia, and the commercial middle class. The author, who is one of the most distinguished historians writing on Iran today, is a compassionate expositor. While he adroitly negotiates the twists and turns of the country’s regional and international politics, at the heart of his book are the people of Iran, who have endured and survived a century of war and revolution. It is to them and their resilience that this book is dedicated, as Iran emerges at the beginning of the twenty-first century as one
Achieving a diversified economy by investing in non-oil sectors is today a strategic imperative for Kuwait. The oil and gas sectors accounting for about 60% of the country’s GDP and 95% of the export revenues, the country is estimated to close its fiscal year ending 31 March with a deficit of $12.8 billion or 10% […]
Standard and Poor’s (S&P) in a report titled “Some Gulf Corporates Could Feel The Heat On Low Oil Prices”, stated: “Corporate and infrastructure companies in the GCC face a weaker operating environment at present on the back of lower oil prices.
Written by Tom Arnold, 24 February 2014 BAHRAIN, ( Reuters ) – Rich Gulf Arab countries have so far failed to diversify their economies away from oil revenue and some may eventually face political challenges as a result, a senior Qatar central bank official said on Tuesday. The comments by Khalid Alkhater, the Qatar […]
Diversification of the economy is a key issue in the MENA region. According to latest Economic Commentary from the Qatar National Bank (QNB – January 4, 2015), Qatar’s non-hydrocarbon sector now over half of GDP as Qatar continues to drive economic growth, pushing its share of GDP to over half (50.7%) in Q3 2014 for […]