The “Global Energy” international energy prize is awarded for outstanding scientific research and scientific-technical developments in the field of energy which promote greater efficiency and environmental security for energy sources on Earth in the interests of all mankind.
The “Global Energy” prize stimulates the development of energy in terms of science and underscores the importance of international cooperation and state and private investment in the sectors of energy supply, energy saving and energy security on the planet.
In accordance with data from the IREG Observatory on Academic Ranking and Excellence, the “Global Energy“ prize figures in the “Top 99” most prestigious and significant international awards.
Since 2003, 45 researchers have become the Global Energy Prize laureates representing 15 countries: Australia, Austria, Canada, Denmark, France, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Japan, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland, the UK, Ukraine, and the USA.
Achieving world-wide carbon neutrality by 2050 will require about $275 trillion in spending by the world economy.
World-wide capital expenditure on oil and gas exploration and production will rise by 18 % to $355.1 billion), according to the results of a poll of 170 oil and gas companies conducted by Barclays Bank in the period from 16th November to 14th December.
The first sea shipment of liquefied hydrogen will operate between the Port of Hastings on Australia’s southeast coast to Kobe, on the Japanese island of Honshu, according to an announcement by HySTRA, the CO₂- free Hydrogen Energy Supply-chain Technology Research Association.