Amsterdam welcomes back international offshore community
Offshore Energy 2012 addresses key challenges in future energy supply
Global energy demand will double by 2050 and could even triple from what it was in 2000. By 2050, renewable energy sources and nuclear energy may account for some 40% of the worldâ€™s energy supply. This means that the remaining 60% will still have to come from fossil fuels. In order to meet growing energy demand, the world will need to invest heavily in energy production, drawing both from renewable and traditional fossil sources. Natural gas, produced increasingly from offshore provinces, will play a key role. Offshore Energy in The Netherlands, a country home to a wide range of renowned and internationally operating offshore companies, addresses the challenges associated with securing the worldâ€™s future energy supply.
Published on Apr 16, 2012
Offshore Holland is een hoogwaardig, Engelstalig relatie- en promotiemagazine voor de internationale olie- en gasindustrie. Het doel van het...