Energy

Creating a favorable environment for local investment The energy landscape in Nepal continues to shift, with the increase in demand.  Today, almost the totality of energy is being generated from hydropower. However, 21 million people still rely on energy supplied ...

The strategy for accelerating the transition to a low-carbon energy system, without limiting economic growth, is arguably the most important energy challenge today, underpinning the need for fulfilling the rising demand of Nepalese. The global rate for the carbon emissions ...

In the past few months, the Coastal GasLink natural gas pipeline – the largest private sector investment in Canadian history– has been met with resistance from Indigenous groups across the country who have blocked railway transport across Canada. The resistance ...

“Moving towards the Sustainable Development Scenario for Asia would require effective concerted climate action across involving all parts of the energy sector’s stakeholders” – Tsewang Nuru Sherpa A despondent picture of power generation in the world still to these days, has coal ...

The energy security dilemma facing Europe is likely to worsen as the effects of climate change materialise in the Arctic Circle. The balancing act between securing consistent and reliable supplies of energy while limiting Europe’s Russian gas dependency will only ...

Last October, Ecuadorian President LenÍn Moreno had a first-hand experience of the social trouble resulting from change in energy policies. To respect the IMF’s structural adjustment plan in order to obtain another loan, Moreno decided to scrap the country’s fuel ...

Libya’s internationally recognized government and Turkey have signed an agreement on maritime boundaries in the Mediterranean Sea that could complicate Ankara’s disputes over energy exploration with other countries. Turkey, which announced the accord and a deal on expanded security and ...

This October, Turkey’s first ever drilling vessel was dispatched 60 nautical miles off Antalya. The main purpose of the expedition was to look for potential hydrocarbon reserves in the Eastern Mediterranean. While giving an official statement, Turkish energy minister Fatih ...

Qatar will be leaving the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) in early 2019. The minister of energy Saad Sherida al Kaabi, declared that Doha has been working on plans to increase their gas production, in contrast to OPEC’s ...

This article draws a comparison between the Chinese military and war capabilities and the U.S ones. However, this article isn’t a simple comparison you can find on internet. It will provide you information and tools to understand what factors are ...