The International Award Committee Meeting
The annual meeting of the International Award Committee for the Global Energy Prize is the most important event in the nomination cycle. The meeting is held behind closed doors and is mandatory to select the winners of this year’s Global Energy Prize.
The International Award Committee consists of 20 of the world’s most experienced energy scientists. Each year, they meet under the guidance of the committee Chairman to identify the most worthy candidates for the Global Energy Prize from shortlisted nominees through discussion and electronic voting. Each year, the International Committee meets to select two to three award winners
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.