IGU Newsletter for October

October 3, 2016

Would you like to hear the Strategy committees' comments on how the post-COP 21 targets can be met most efficiently and fairly? 
Have you seen the new report on air polution that was recently released by the World Health Organization? 

Read about this and more in the IGU Newsletter for October

 

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RT @GECF_News: Delegates’ group photo ahead of the plenary session of the 8th #Asian Ministerial #Energy Roundtable #8AMER @OPECSecretariat…

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Canada's Deputy Minister Tremblay comments that what the industry needs to focus on is "Innovation" (reduce carbon emission intensity) and explains Canada's approach to carbon pricing @wef @cga_acg @GECF_News @ief_dialogue https://t.co/r9AQd2ZuVl

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IGU President Prof Kang, "India and China demand will be a game changer". LNG is on the way to becoming a Global Commodity @wef @aga_naturalgas @cga_acg @GECF_News @ief_dialogue https://t.co/KKpbHgQK70

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Canada's Deputy Minister Tremblay boasts the opportunity of Canada's natural gas to fuel global sustainability @cga_acg @AGA @ief_dialogue https://t.co/uVy6m0cPCQ