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Jueves 16 de Septiembre de 2010
WEC Montreal 2010
From left to right: John Kim Bell, Head, Aboriginal Affairs, Brookfield Renewable Power, Canada; Pierre Guimond, President and CEO, Canadian Electricity Association, Canada; Sophie Brochu, President and CEO, Gaz Métro, Canada; Sumir Lal, Manager of Operational Communications, External Affairs Vice Presidency, The World Bank; Sakae Muto, Executive Vice-President and Chief Nuclear Officer, TEPCO, Japan; Julien Vincent, Climate and Energy Campaigner, Greenpeace International WEC Montreal 2010
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Miércoles 15 de Septiembre de 2010
21st World Energy Congress 2010 Day Two: Energy availability requires right energy mix
Montreal, September 14, 2010 – Energy availability and the quest for the right energy mix for long-term stability was the theme of the second day of presentations at the World Energy Congress Montréal 2010 today. 21st World Energy Congress 2010 Day Two: Energy availability requires right energy mix
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Miércoles 15 de Septiembre de 2010
Search for right energy mix includes ongoing conventional sources as well as alternatives, WEC Montreal 2010 told
Montreal, September 14, 2010 – Mounting concerns about climate change and challenges of increasing oil production are prompting the energy industry to dramatically increase its efforts to broaden the energy mix, according to a round-table discussion at the World Energy Congress Montréal 2010 today.  Search for right energy mix includes ongoing conventional sources as well as alternatives, WEC Montreal 2010 told
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Martes 14 de Septiembre de 2010
Artic oil: an enormous potential in an environment that is highly sensitive to exploitation
Montreal, September 14, 2010.– In the session on Hydrocarbons from Arctic Sources at the 21st World Energy Congress, the various participants reached a consensus in their presentations on issues relating to an unconventional new source of recoverable natural gas, methane gas hydrates.
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Martes 14 de Septiembre de 2010
Oil sands, coal have key roles to play in new energy reality, World Energy Congress delegates told
Montreal, September 14, 2010.– Ensuring energy availability in a world that needs to sustain economic growth while respecting the environment is a challenge. This challenge can be met through creative development of conventional energy resources together with development of alternative technologies, Richard L. George, President and Chief Executive Officer of Suncor Energy Inc., a major Alberta oil sands producer, told the World Energy Congress Montréal 2010 today.
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Martes 14 de Septiembre de 2010
World Energy Council roadmap towards a global sustainable development
Peter Leupp, Global Head, Power Systems Divison, and Member, Group Executive Committee, ABB, Switzerland Montreal, 14 September 2010.- To contribute effectively to global sustainable development, the stakeholders of the energy sector share the goal of improving standards of living and quality of environment. They address climate challenges by managing the complexity and uncertainties of environmental factors; they assess the potential impact of policies on the everyday life of people; they are strongly committed to responding to energy poverty, and assuming their responsibility in managing technological risks. Taking up these vital challenges is paving the way to sustainable energy and defines the World Energy Council’s roadmap ahead. To achieve these goals, the World Energy Council members are open to a transparent dialogue and to working together with all civil society stakeholders.
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Martes 14 de Septiembre de 2010
World Energy Congress 2010 Day One: traditional energy sources will remain key as alternatives developed
Montreal (September 13, 2010).– The energy industry must work toward diversifying away from traditional sources such as fossil fuels into alternative sources such as wind, solar and nuclear power, delegates to the World Energy Congress Montréal 2010 were told today. However, the transition will take time and in the meantime, additional supplies must be found to meet increasing demand for energy as emerging markets further industrialize and the world’s population grows.
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Lunes 13 de Septiembre de 2010
The “Fantastic Four” of Sustainability: Rules, Rights, Reputation, Respect
Creating value through sustainability continues to be of major importance to the energy industry. As its most important leaders descend on Montreal for the 2010 World Energy Congress, Oil, the international magazine devoted to energy, the environment and development, invites you to hear from a select group of notable industry figures as they debate the four key elements: rules, rights, reputation and respect. The “Fantastic Four” of Sustainability: Rules, Rights, Reputation, Respect
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Lunes 13 de Septiembre de 2010
The “Fantastic Four” of Sustainability: Rules, Rights, Reputation, Respect
Creating value through sustainability continues to be of major importance to the energy industry. As its most important leaders descend on Montreal for the 2010 World Energy Congress, Oil, the international magazine devoted to energy, the environment and development, invites you to hear from a select group of notable industry figures as they debate the four key elements: rules, rights, reputation and respect. The “Fantastic Four” of Sustainability: Rules, Rights, Reputation, Respect
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Lunes 13 de Septiembre de 2010
WEC Montreal 2010
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