Turkey and Turkmenistan have discussed the Trans-Caspian gas pipeline and the supply of Turkmen gas to world markets through the Trans Anatolian Natural Gas Pipeline (TANAP).
Friday, November 16, 2018
Over the past two years, 40 solar power plants were connected to the country's electrical grid, ISNA cited Seyed Mohammad Sadeghzadeh, Iranian Deputy Minister of Energy, Chairman of the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Organization, as saying.
He said that renewable energy production is beneficial and Iran invites investors to show interest in the energy sector.
Sadeghzadeh said that peak demand for electricity is in summer and 80 percent of electricity generation accounts for summer.
Water shortage is one of the country's serious problems, he said.
Pakistan has requested financial help from its close allies, including China and Saudi Arabia, and a bailout package from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to help revive its economy and deal with debt and balance-of-payments problems.
Bulgaria has become the sixth EU country after Hungary, Austria, Poland, the Czech Republic and Croatia to signal that it will not sign the global migration agreement at a ceremony in Morocco in December.
Astana Club, a platform to debate public issues based on Chatham House rules, kicked off its fourth annual meeting Nov. 12. The meeting focused on challenges facing the Eurasian region and the building of Eurasian strategic architecture. The meeting gathered 50 leading experts, politicians and diplomats from 33 countries.
Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev addressed the event’s plenary session Nov. 13 outlining key risks threatening the greater region and ways to address them.
Theresa May faces a grilling from MPs later over the draft Brexit agreement the UK has reached with the EU.