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The Minister of EMR Attended the World Energy Forum 2012

Senin, 22 Oktober 2012 08:23 WIB 1622 Dilihat

DUBAI – Minister of EMR, Jero Wacik will attend the World Energy Forum 2012 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, starts from today to October 24th, 2012. There will be 2.000 participants attanded the forum, consisting of Head of States, Energy Ministers, Top Officials, and CEO renewable energy global companies.



Minister of EMR planned to speak in the second day (Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012) on 8.30 – 9.30 a.m. in a session of Ministers’ Roundtable on Fossil Fuel together with other state ministers such as Mohammed Hamad Al Rumhi, Minister of Oil and Gas Sultanate of Oman, Jaipal Reddy, Minister of Oil and Gas India, Mohammed bin Dha’en Al Hamili, Minister of Energy, Patrick Sendelo, Minister of Lands, Mines, and Energy, Republic of Liberia, Adama Toungara, Minister of Mines, Oil and Energy Republic of Ivory Coast and Karim Aftan Al Jumaili, Minister of Electricity Republic of Iraq. 



The roundtable will discuss the important role of oil, gas, and coal in global economy, environmental challenges, and also strategy did by the Government and industry tomitigate the negative externality. 



World Energy Forum is Non-Profitable International Organization promoting activities in saving energy and clean energy in the frame of sustainable development. The organization was established by Prof. Harold Hyuk-Suk in 2008.



The United Nations has designated 2012 as the International Year of Sustainable Energy for All, so one of the main purpose of the forum is to compose the roadmap of sustainable energy mix to trigger the global economic and social development.



World Energy Forum 2012 is held in Dubai, United Arab Emirates on October 22nd – 24th, 2012. The series of the forum consists of pleno session, workshop, and energy discussion. The forum is attended by 2.000 participants consisting of Head of States, Energy Ministers, Top Officials, and CEO renewable energy global companies.






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