PRESIDENT VLADIMIR PUTIN GRATEFUL LETTER TO RODNEY JOHN ALLAM FOR DEVELOPING INTERNATIONAL PARTNERSHIP
Rodney John Allam, the 2012 Global Energy Prize laureate, Chairman of The Global Energy Prize International Award Committee was delivered the grateful letter from President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin for developing international partnership and strengthening partnership relations between Russia and Great Britain during the solemn reception at the Embassy of Russian Federation to the UK of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
The solemn reception at the Embassy of Russian Federation to the UK of Great Britain and Northern Ireland was held on the occasion of the IV Russian-British Business Forum completion under the slogan "Partnership in Innovation". The business forum became a platform for the resumption of negotiations between Russia and Great Britain on the renewal of trade relations.
Rodney John Allam has been an Ambassador of the Global Energy Association for many years. He represented interests of the Global Energy Association at different international venues. The scientist has always been a supporter of a dialogue between countries in order to solve the global energy issues. He emphasizes the priority of all mankind needs over the individual interests of different states and private corporations, also he considers that the role of science and technological innovation is decisive in a choice of the energy policy strategy. Rodney John Allam often visits Russia to participate in scientific conferences, forums, he gives lectures at universities, meets to discuss actual problems of the energy sector with top officials, heads of international companies and leading experts of the sphere.
The Global Energy Association congratulates Rodney John Allam on high recognition of merits and thanks for long-term work on strengthening bilateral relations between Russia and the UK. Recall that Rodney John Allam is a member of the IPCC, the Nobel Peace Prize 2007 laureate. He is the lead author of a special report on the capture and storage of carbon dioxide, a well-known chemical engineer, Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE).