The presentation ceremony of the “Global Energy” award marks the end of the yearly nomination cycle. As one of the most important aspects of the prize, the ceremony not only honours the current year’s laureates and their achievements, but is also a focal point of international energy cooperation and joint action.
The “Global Energy” awards ceremony is attended by honoured guests from throughout the world – officials representing governments, the scientific community, business, public figures, youth scientific groups and members of the media. The event has proven itself to be a key moment for the energy world.
The “Global Energy” awards ceremony takes place each year against the background of the “Russian Energy Week” international forum in Moscow.
By March 2023, Russia will reach its pre-Covid crisis oil production level of 10.5 million barrels per day and by March 2023 could be producing a record 11.5 million bpd, Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak said.
The Russian government drafted a series of documents in the first half of the year calling for a wide-ranging extension of its natural gas supply network.