The 2022 Global Energy Prize laureates to be announced on July 12
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The laureates of the 2022 Global Energy Prize to be announced at the ceremony in Khanty-Mansiysk on July 12. The event will be attended by Natalia Komarova, the Governor of the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug – Yugra; Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Rae Kwon Chung, the Chairman of the International Award Committee; Dmitri Bessarabov (South Africa), and William Byun (Singapore), the members of the International Committee, and Sergey Brilev, the President of the Global Energy Association.

The laureates will be selected by vote of the International Award Committee. Fifteen scientists from nine countries – Canada, China, France, India, Kazakhstan, Russia, Singapore, USA, and Uruguay – have applied for the laureate title in such categories as Conventional Energy, Non-Conventional Energy and New Ways of Energy Application. The candidate shortlist was formed based on peer review of 119 applications from 43 countries submitted within December 01, 2021-March 20, 2022.

The ceremony in Khanty-Mansiysk will continue the tradition of the visiting announcement of the award winners in Russian cities: the laureates’ names were announced in Kaluga in 2020, and Kazan – in 2021. At the same time, not only the geography of the association’s events is expanding but also the research topics among the prize nominees. The international committee is looking forward to an interesting choice,” says Global Energy President Sergey Brilev.

After announcement of the laureates, Rae Kwon Chung, Dmitri Bessarabov, and William Byun are going to hold a round table discussion at the Institute of Oil and Gas of Yugra State University.

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