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2019-11-08 11:05:00

CHINA, FRANCE COMMITMENT

CHINA, FRANCE COMMITMENT

WNN - 06 November 2019 - China and France today reaffirmed their commitment to the Paris Agreement and called for worldwide action on combating climate change and halting the loss of biodiversity.

In a joint statement on biodiversity and climate change issued by the Élysée Palace two days after the USA began the process of its withdrawal from the 2015 accord, French President Emmanuel Macron and…

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CHINA, FRANCE COMMITMENT
2019, November, 6, 13:05:00
2040: GLOBAL ENERGY DEMAND WILL UP BY 25%
Global demand for energy is forecast to increase from nearly 286 million barrels of oil equivalent a day (mboe/d) in 2018 to more than 357 mboe/d in 2040, with average growth of about 1% p.a. In this period, energy demand in non-OECD countries is expected to increase by almost 75 mboe/d, while demand in the OECD is estimated to drop by around 3 mboe/d.
CHINA, FRANCE COMMITMENT
2019, November, 5, 14:40:00
GLOBAL CLEAN ENERGY DOWN
Current geopolitics, rife with politicization, trade wars and sanctions, will make sustainable energy goals "extremely difficult," said Eirik Waerness, Equinor's senior vice president and chief economist.
CHINA, FRANCE COMMITMENT
2019, October, 30, 09:40:00
CLIMATE NEED NUCLEAR
Renewable energy must join forces with nuclear to secure a low-carbon future
CHINA, FRANCE COMMITMENT
2019, October, 25, 08:50:00
CLEAN NUCLEAR POWER
Globally, nuclear power is a leading source of clean electricity today - second only to hydro - but many nuclear power plants in advanced economies are facing retirement as they approach the end of their original 40-year design lifetime, Birol said. Without additional lifetime extensions or new projects, nuclear capacity in advanced economies - primarily in the USA, the EU and Japan - would decline by two-thirds by 2040, substantially as a result of political issues and inadequate market design, he added.
RENEWABLES WILL UP BY 50%
2019, October, 25, 08:45:00
RENEWABLES WILL UP BY 50%
the world’s total renewable-based power capacity will grow by 50% between 2019 and 2024. This increase of 1,200 gigawatts – equivalent to the current total power capacity of the United States
CHINA, FRANCE COMMITMENT
2019, October, 23, 11:20:00
RENEWABLE ENERGY BENEFITS
As the IRENA Director-General Francesco La Camera said recently at the International Energy Forum in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia: “It is perfectly possible to generate sufficient cheap, reliable energy from renewable sources. Not only is it possible, but it is also our best option, as it would bring higher socio-economic benefits than business as usual, and it would allow us to effectively address climate change.”
CHINA, FRANCE COMMITMENT
2019, October, 18, 11:35:00
NUCLEAR POWER FOR CLIMATE
“I’m worried about the decline of nuclear in the energy mix if governments don’t change their policies,” Birol said referring to new capacity and lifespan extensions.
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CHINA, FRANCE COMMITMENT
2020, May, 28, 11:39:00
MASTERING ENERGY STORAGE & CHARGING ELECTRIC VEHICLES WORKSHOP
A comprehensive understanding of the technology solutions, business considerations and competitive environments of the booming electricity storage market, and the issues facing power systems when electric vehicles (EVs) become mass-market.
CHINA, FRANCE COMMITMENT
2020, May, 28, 11:38:00
PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP WORKSHOP: FINANCING, PROJECTS & CONTRACTS
Singapore – The Public Private Partnership (PPP): Financing, Projects & Contracts workshop is back for 2020. With more sessions in different locations, Infocus International is delighted to bring one of their best events to professionals from all around the world.
CHINA, FRANCE COMMITMENT
2020, May, 28, 11:37:00
POWER CONTRACTS & NEGOTIATION
Power Contracts & Negotiation 30 June – 2 July 2020, Singapore 21 – 23 September 2020, Johannesburg
CHINA, FRANCE COMMITMENT
2020, May, 28, 11:35:00
MALAYSIA'S PETRONAS WILL CUT INVESTMENT
Petronas plans to reduce its capital expenditures by 21% and its operating costs by 12% in 2020
CHINA, FRANCE COMMITMENT
2020, May, 28, 11:30:00
MALAYSIA'S PETRONAS PROFIT 68% LOWER
Petronas Profit After Tax (PAT) for the quarter stood at RM4.5 billion, 68 per cent lower than the RM14.2 billion posted in the corresponding quarter in the previous year,
CHINA, FRANCE COMMITMENT
2020, May, 28, 11:25:00
AUSTRALIA'S SANTOS BUYING $1.265 BLN
Santos today is pleased to announce it has completed the acquisition of ConocoPhillips’ northern Australia and Timor-Leste assets for a reduced purchase price of US$1.265 billion plus an increased contingent payment of US$200 million subject to a final investment decision (FID) on Barossa.
CHINA, FRANCE COMMITMENT
2020, May, 28, 11:20:00
AUSTRALIA'S SOLAR AND BATTERY MICRO-GRIDS
“Stand-alone power systems, which are usually a combination of solar, batteries and a back-up generator, are getting cheaper and more sophisticated. In contrast, supplying customers using poles and wires in remote areas can be very costly.”
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