IENE NEWSEducation at the core of IENE's activities

Friday, June 18, 2021

Education at the core of IENE's activities

Leveraging its accumulated knowledge and experience in the energy sector as well as its close links with the energy community, IENE has placed education at the center of its activities. Over the last 12 months, IENE has managed to develop a series of high level educational courses responding to the needs of energy professionals and companies. These courses cover specialized areas such as electricity markets, Renewable Energy Sources (RES), energy efficiency, digitization, gas markets and more.

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ARTICLES - COMMENTARYClimate Activism Is Great News For Saudi Arabia And Russia

Friday, June 4, 2021

Climate Activism Is Great News For Saudi Arabia And Russia

by Alex Kimani*

Big Oil has lately come under a plethora of attacks from all directions, ranging from uncooperative financiers and investors amidst a global shift to renewable energy to hostile governments and hardline climate activists. But not all oil and gas players will be on the losing end of those attacks

ARTICLES - COMMENTARYColonial Pipeline Darkside Ransom Hack Shows Nobody Safe

Wednesday, May 19, 2021

Colonial Pipeline Darkside Ransom Hack Shows Nobody Safe

The largest pipeline system for refined oil products in the US, the Colonial Pipeline, was shut down last week after a ransomware cyberattack. On May 12, the pipeline initiated the restart of operations but the attack highlights the risk of cyber-security threats against important energy infrastructures. It was later reported that Colonial Pipeline paid nearly $5 million as a ransom to hackers after the company fell victim to the cyberattack.

ARTICLES - COMMENTARY‘Hydrogen as a Universal Climate Solution Might Be a Bit of False Promise’

Friday, May 14, 2021

‘Hydrogen as a Universal Climate Solution Might Be a Bit of False Promise’

by Emiliano Bellini*

Hydrogen and hydrogen-based fuels will not be able to move forward fast enough to replace fossil fuels and tackle climate change, according to a German-Swiss research team that claims direct electrification alternatives are cheaper and easier to implement. The scientists cite too-high prices, short-term scarcity and long-term uncertainty, as the main reasons for their skepticism

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