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The reports, which aim to support the crowding-in of scaled private sector investment in generation, networks and off-grid markets,were released on 8 December 20201 during an Expert Group Meeting on the theme “Enhancing Electricity Market Regulation in Africa to Accelerate Participation of the Private Sector in Infrastructure Investment,” The publications are a result of a productive partnership between ECA, through its SDG7 Finance initiative pillar area on energy sector governance, and the RES4Africa Foundation - through its Missing Links initiative. In 2020 alone, the global energy market saw about $1.9 trillion in investments, of which emerging and developing countries attracted 1/5 th . (...) Today’s Expert Group Meeting was organised on the sidelines of the ECA Committee Meeting on Private Sector Development, Regional Integration, Trade, Infrastructure, Industry and Technology on the theme: “Africa’s Economic Development in the Post-COVID-19 Era.”  
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Score: 720562.4 - https://www.uneca.org/fr/node/4368
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2nd Session Group of Experts on Gas | UNECE Skip to main content Advanced Search   Main navigation About UNECE Executive Secretary Mission Organizational structure Secretariat Executive Committee Commission Legal instruments Work with us Our work Economic Cooperation & Integration Environmental Policy Forests Housing & Land Population Sustainable Energy Statistics Trade Transport Themes High-impact Areas Circular Economy Gender SPECA Technical cooperation THE PEP UN SG's Special Envoy for Road Safety UN Road Safety Fund UN cooperation in the UNECE region Regional Forum on Sustainable Development SDGs Open UNECE Events Meetings & Events Information for Delegates Coronavirus Advisory Publications Media Executive Secretary's Blog News Press Releases Covid-19 Press Releases Speeches Stories UNECE Weekly Videos More options 2nd Session Group of Experts on Gas 2nd Session Group of Experts on Gas Sustainable Energy Natural Gas Group of Experts on Gas 20 - 21 January 2015 Salle VII, Palais des Nations Geneva Switzerland As natural gas was becoming an ever more important part of the world primary energy mix, the UNECE gas experts explored the role of gas in achieving the objectives of the Sustainable Energy for All initiative. The experts were updated on the work of the four Task Forces that develop: Best practice guidance in reducing gas leaks along the gas value chain Best practice guidance on the role of natural gas in increasing the uptake of renewable energy Best practice guidance for liquefied natural gas Recommendations on removing barriers to the use of natural gas as a transportation fuel The second session of the Group of Experts on Gas was preceded by the Industry Forum of the Gas Centre on Monday, 19 January 2015. (...) Natural Gas Markets and Industry: January 2015 Benjamin Schlesinger, President, Benjamin Schlesinger and Associates, LLC, USA PDF     Perspectives of LNG development in the Russian Federation Regions (production, organization of efficient market) Alexander KARASEVICH, Head, Department of Regional Energy  Industry Economics and Energy Efficiency, Professor, DSc Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas PDF     GIIGNL Presentation Jean-Yves Robin, General Delegate, International Group of Liquefied Natural Gas Importers PDF     Item 9: Removing barriers to the use of natural gas as a transportation fuel       Removing barriers to the use of Natural gas as a transportation fuel -UN ECE - Group of Experts on Gas (Task Force D) Francisco P. de la FLOR GARCIA Chair, Group of Experts on Gas PDF     Potential for Natural Gas and BioMethane in Transports Lennart Pilskog, Secretary General,NGVA Europe PDF     Compressed natural Gas in Slovenia Andrej Stušek, Managing director, Enos, d.d., Jesenice, Slovenia PDF     CNG & LNG Safety: Perceptions & Reality Jeffrey Seisler, Clean Fuels Consulting/CEO, Clean Fuel Consulting, NGV Global (International Association for Natural Gas Vehicles) PDF     Natural gas as a vehicle fuel “the need for speed in Europe” Timo Vehrs, Director Business Development, GAZPROM Germania GmbH PDF     Item 10: Tour de table - recent developments and medium- and long-term prospects and policies in the gas industry – country updates       Stuart MACDONALD, LNG New Markets - Technology,  Projects and Technology Shell PDF     Alexander ERKOV, Deputy Director, Oil and Gas Production and Transportation Department, Ministry of Energy of the, Russian Federation     PDF Wilhelmus (Wim) van't HOF, Head of Unit Gas Market, Ministry of Economic Affairs, The Netherlands PDF     Adel Mahmoud IBRAHIM, Assistant Vice Chairman for Economic Gas Utilization Economic and Commercial Affairs, Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company, Egypt PDF     Anatolii ANDRIIEVSKYI, Head, Technical Policy Subdepartment, NJSC "Naftogaz of Ukraine" PDF     Ali Khalaf AL-KAABI, Marketing Long Term Sales Manager, Long Term Sales Department, RasGas Company Limited PDF     Tamas Korosi, Senior Leading Advisor, Hungary PDF     Arzu Hacer Günel, Natural Gas Supply and Export Manager and Aylin Serin Özsaraç, Pricing Expert, Botas, Turkey PDF   Review or download all attached files ABOUT UNECE Mission Executive Secretary Organizational Structure OPPORTUNITIES Vacancies Internship Programme RESOURCES Statistical Database Evaluations Follow UNECE Facebook Twitter Contact us Flickr Rss Youtube Instagram © United Nations Economic Commission for Europe | Terms and Conditions of Use | Privacy Notice Contact us
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Score: 720521.5 - https://unece.org/info/Sustain...nergy/Natural-Gas/events/19351
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order=company 16 Italy KOBUTA Irina FAO, Trade and Markets Division Economist 17 KRIVONOS Ekaterina FAO, Trade and Markets Division Economist 18 ZIMMERMANN Andrea FAO, Trade and Markets Division Economist 19 SARANINA Alla FAO, Trade and Markets Division Сonsultant 20 Kazakhstan YERASSYLOVA Ademi Kazakh Scientific and Research Institute of Agribusiness Economics and Rural Areas Development/Kazakh National Agricultural University Head of Strategic Analysis and Forecasting Division 21 NAURZBEKOV Yerken National Chamber of Entrepreneurs of the Republic Kazakhstan "Atameken" Expert (Category І), Department of Agro-Industrial Complex and Food Industry 22 Kyrgyzstan SADABAEVA Zhibek Ministry of Agriculture, Food Industry and Melioration Leading Specialist, Food Security and Agrimarketing Division 23 KYDYKMANOV Emilbek Ministry of Agriculture, Food Industry and Melioration Head of Agricultural Policy and Economic Forecasting Division 24 MOGILEVSKII Roman Institute for Governance and Politics, University of Central Asia Vice Principal, Senior Research Officer 25 ENIKEEVA Zalina Institute for Governance and Policy Research Assistant 26 Moldova CEREVAN Pavel Ministry of Agriculture, Regional Development and Environment Consultant, Policy Analysis, Monitoring and Evaluation Department 27 IGNAT Anatolyi National Institute of Economic Research Head of Agri-food economics and rural development department 28 LUKASENKO Eugenia National Institute of Economic Research, Academy of Sciences of Moldova Research Associate 29 Russia ZHIRIAEVA Elena North-West Institute of Management under Russian Presidential Academy of the National Economy and Public Administration Associate Professor of Economics 30 YANBYKH Renata All-Russian Institute of Agricultural Issues and Computer Science named after A. A.Nikonov Head of Rural Areas Sustainable Development and Agricultural Cooperation 31 GRUZDEV Aleksei "Streda Consulting" Consulting firm Executive Partner 32 Slovenia KOZAR Maja Institute for Agriculture Research officer 33 PINTAR Marjeta Institute for Agriculture Research officer 34 United States of America ONISHCHUK Oleksandra Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Consultant, expert on WTO issues 35 Tadjikistan KARIMOVA Mavzuna Institute for Economics and Demography, Doctor of Economics, "Center for Social and Economic Education and Development" NGO Director. Head of International Economic Activities and Integration Processes Department. 36 Turkmenistan ARONSKIY Yury National Nongovernmental Association "Union of Economists of Turkmenistan" Chairman 37 Uzbekistan ILINA Darya Institute of Forecasting and Macroeconomic Research under Ministry of Economics of the Republic of Uzbekistan Senior Research Officer 38 Ukraine KOVALEVA Elena Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine Deputy Minister 39 PETRIV Ivan Odessa Regional State Administration Head of Agrarian Policy Office under 40 PIATNYTSKYI Valeriy - International Trade Experts 41 BASHINSKY Vitaliy State Service of Ukraine for Food Safety and Consumer Protection Counsellor 42 GRYTSENKO Daria Ukrainian agribusiness club Expert on agricultural markets 43 PLATONOV Oleg UN/CEFACT Head of delegation of Ukraine 44 ZUBKOV Vasiliy Port Community Association Director General 45 KHACHATURIAN Artem International Chamber of Commerce (ICC Ukraine) Counsellor 46 FEDOROV Oleksandr International Chamber of Commerce (ICC Ukraine) Chairman of Commission on Customs and Trade Facilitation, ICC Ukraine 47 SHAPOVAL Bogdan Public Union "Ukrainian Food Export Board" Director general 48 TUKALEVSKAYA Tatyana Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine Deputy Chief of Notification and Inquiries Processing Division 49 KRAVCHENKO Olga International Chamber of Commerce (ICC Ukraine) Deputy Head of Commission on Customs Issues and Trade Facilitation 50 OSTASHKO Tamara NASU Institute for Economics and Forecasting Head of Sectorial Forecasts and Markets Department 51 KRASOVSKIY Aleksandr Economic Entities Association of Ukraine Deputy Head 52 SEDIK Vladislav Phytosanitary Association of Ukraine President 53 KROSHKA Dmitriy "UKRSADPROM" Association Head 54 GOLUBYATNIKOV Nikolay "Port Community" Association Expert 55 ILYIN Viktor Association of Ports of Ukraine Director General 56 MARDAR Roman ASSOCIATION «UKRZOVNISHTRANS» Expert 57 DOBROHURSKYI Viktor ASSOCIATION «UKRZOVNISHTRANS» Expert 58 PANKIV Ivan National Association of Agricultural Advisory Services of Ukraine President 59 KUCHERENKO Vladimir Ukrainian corporation on winegrowing and wine-making industry "Ukrwinprom" Director General 60 Switzerland MCGIVERN Brendan White & Case LLP Expert on WTO issues
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Score: 720472.56 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...18/List_of_participants_EN.pdf
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EST: Ministerial Meeting on International Food Prices english français Español FAO Home Economic and Social Development stream Markets and Trade Home Commodity markets Trade Emerging issues Global engagement Publications Meetings and events The Seventh Annual Meeting of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia The Sixth Annual Meeting of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia Quantitative agricultural policy monitoring in eight post-Soviet countries Regional workshop on the WTO instruments in the interest of agribusiness The Fifth Annual Meeting of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia Fourth annual meeting of the Agricultural Trade Policy Network in Europe and Central Asia Projects Statistical data Markets and trade  >  Economic and Social Development stream  >  Meetings and events   Ministerial meeting on food price volatility Tuesday, 16 October 2012, FAO Headquarters Objectives The last few months have seen another price rise on international food markets, the third in the last six years. (...) How can transparency in agricultural markets be increased and how can international action be better coordinated? a) The role of the Agricultural market information system (AMIS) b) Coordination of international action (including the role of the Rapid Response Forum) c) The case for increasing regulation of financial markets 2.
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Score: 720408.3 - https://www.fao.org/economic/e...t-events-new/mmfvolatility/en/
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EST: Ministerial Meeting on International Food Prices العربية english français Español الصفحة الأولى مسار التنمية الاقتصادية والاجتماعية Markets and Trade Home Commodity markets Trade Emerging issues Global engagement Publications Meetings and events The Seventh Annual Meeting of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia The Sixth Annual Meeting of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia Quantitative agricultural policy monitoring in eight post-Soviet countries Regional workshop on the WTO instruments in the interest of agribusiness The Fifth Annual Meeting of the Agricultural Trade Expert Network in Europe and Central Asia Fourth annual meeting of the Agricultural Trade Policy Network in Europe and Central Asia Projects Statistical data   Markets and trade  >  Economic and Social Development stream  >  Meetings and events   Ministerial meeting on food price volatility Tuesday, 16 October 2012, FAO Headquarters Objectives The last few months have seen another price rise on international food markets, the third in the last six years. (...) How can transparency in agricultural markets be increased and how can international action be better coordinated? a) The role of the Agricultural market information system (AMIS) b) Coordination of international action (including the role of the Rapid Response Forum) c) The case for increasing regulation of financial markets 2.
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Score: 720408.3 - https://www.fao.org/economic/e...t-events-new/mmfvolatility/ar/
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Facilitated a workshop with three recognised industry experts Focused discussion about ‘the market’ not individual companies Avoid revealing commercial secrets Draw on previous experience (Finally) they agreed values for input of Census data Data contributes 30% of turnover Census data accounts for 10% of the value attributable to data, Benefit decays by 50% over the 10 years after a census. (...) Excludes rest of advertising spend (radio, TV and newspaper ads) UK spend = £15.2bn - Direct Marketing Association (DMA), ‘Putting a Price on Direct Marketing’ England and Wales = 92% of the total UK (ONS GVA Statistics) 62% of total is on Business to Business campaigns. (DMA) So, direct marketing spending where census data is used amounts to £5.5bn Data spend 3-4% of the value of the business (industry best practice) 20% of this data is Census data (industry experts) Benefit decays by 50% over the 10 years after a census (estimate from industry experts).
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Score: 720167.9 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ides_for_FAO_January_2017.pptx
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Expert Group ITRs comments March 31, 2000 Expert Group on International Telecommunication Regulations Further Contribution of Herbert E. Marks The draft papers for the report of the Expert Group suffer from the following major infirmities. (...) Thus, it should not appear that the Expert Group agreed on the list, or even considered the list.
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Score: 719923.3 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/st...s/auth/WG2/wg2Marks31March.doc
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Expert Group ITRs comments March 31, 2000 Expert Group on International Telecommunication Regulations Further Contribution of Herbert E. Marks The draft papers for the report of the Expert Group suffer from the following major infirmities. (...) Thus, it should not appear that the Expert Group agreed on the list, or even considered the list.
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Score: 719923.3 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/st...s/auth/WG1/wg1Marks31March.doc
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1 Informal Summary (rev) of report of Independent Expert on foreign debt and human rights, Ms Yuefen Li A/HRC/46/29- Advanced Edited Version Debt relief, debt crisis prevention and human rights: the role of credit rating agencies Credit rating agencies (CRA) have an enormous influence on market expectations and the lending decisions of public and private investors. (...) The Independent Expert concludes that amelioration of credit ratings has been marginal. (...) In particular, the Independent Expert recommends: 1. Reform CRA with steps taken at the international, regional and national levels.
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Score: 719714.26 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ingAgencies/Summary_CRA_EN.pdf
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(f) Hydrogen: system development and gas asset readiness 18. The Group of Experts examined alternatives for transport of hydrogen and found them relevant to facilitating the connection between growing supply and demand markets. These alternatives include transport by vessels, pipeline or trucks, as economic circumstances demand. 19. The Group of Experts concluded that the current natural gas infrastructure will play a significant role in ramping up and developing a hydrogen market. (...) The Group of Experts recommended conducting additional capacity-building activities on regional prospects for development of CNG and LNG market in the context of decarbonizing urban transport. 24.
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Score: 719323.83 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...0GEG-9-2022-INF.1_DraftCRs.pdf
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