Bulgaria Sending Deputy Energy Min to World Congress
Bulgaria will be represented at a deputy ministerial level at the World Energy Congress, a key global event, on Monday.
Deputy Energy Minister Zhecho Stankov will attend the 23th edition of the congress that is being held in Istanbul, his institution has said.
Energy Minister Temenuzhka Petkova, however, is also added to the list of speakers.
Some 10 000 people from 85 countries are gathering in Istanbul for the forum.
The Presidents of Azerbaijan, Russia, Venezuela and Turkey, as well as the energy ministers of Russia, Saudi Arabia, Iran and Iraq will be attending, alongside OPEC Secretary General Mohammed Sanusi Barkindo.
The EU Commission's Vice President for the Energy Union, Maro? ?ef?ovi?, will be the top EU official taking part.
The Kremlin has said that Russian President Vladimir Putin will also speak at a special session of the World Energy Congress.
According to the World Energy Council, which hosts the event, the congress is "the world’s largest and most influential energy event covering all aspects of the energy agenda."
"Running since 1924, the triennial World Energy Congress enables dialogue among Ministers, CEOs and industry experts on critical developments in the energy sector."
Scenarios for the development of the energy sector by 2060, with a focus on Asia and on China in particular.
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Since Germany was occupied by USA the Germans were denied thinking in the area of natural science and were denied developments in geology as a base for a solid economy.. Germany do not have prospectors and mine engineers.. so it is easy for the green Merkel to declare the ban on internal combustion engines.. obviously the green liberals do not have experts able to advise theme on the scarcity of the battery making metals...and in general on the flow of materials.