German Chancellor Olaf Scholz called on his G7 partners to lift the voluntary ban on investments in fossil fuels abroad. He explained that this measure should be ”a temporary response to the current energy crisis.”
The lecture by the Rector of the St. Petersburg Mining University was one of the highlights of the 9th International Conference on Energy, Resources, Environment and Sustainable Development (ERESD 2022), which was held in the People’s Republic of China.
The authorities of the EU and, above all, Germany, which is more dependent on Russian energy supplies than any other country in Europe; are beginning to morally prepare the population for the coming crisis.
The rector of St. Petersburg Mining University, Vladimir Litvinenko, expressed his condolences to the family and friends of Yevgeny Kozlovsky, former Minister of Geology of the USSR, who died at the age of 93
The Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation (MinEnergo, as per the abbreviation in the Russian language, Минэнерго) proposed to transfer 10% of urban and intercity passenger vehicles to hydrogen already by 2030. But, are they serious about that?