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, 42 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.
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.