Laureates of the 2021 Global Energy Prize announced

Laureates of the 2021 Global Energy Prize announced

The winners of the 2021 Global Energy Prize were announced on 6th September in Kazan. The laureates were: Russian scientists Zinfer Ismagilov and Suleyman Alakhverdiev, as well as American academic Yi Cui.

Global Energy and Kazan University pinpoint the research most in demand over the next 30 years

For young scientists, the key to success is not just being successful at conducting research, but also the availability of foreign publications and knowing how to present oneself. Those were the conclusions of participants at a round table staged on 7th September at Kazan Federal University by the Global Energy Association with the participation of the Global Energy Prize’s International Award Committee and local academics.

OMV opts for petrochemicals

Austrian corporation OMV has chosen its way forward in terms of the energy transition. And unlike most of Europe’s oil and gas giants aiming at becoming energy companies, OMV has decided to reorient its business on developing petrochemicals, the company’s CEO, Rainer Seele, told Global Energy.

Climate equation

      The fact that global warming exists is no longer doubted by anyone.       But differences persist among academics about the extent to which global warming is caused by natural processes and by human activity.        The energy transition and plans by developed countries to abandon the use of carbon-based energy sources have placed the discussion in a new setting.     Now, prominent climatologists ate trying to resolve the following question: Can world-wide efforts by the world community

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