THE ABDULLAH BIN HAMAD AL-ATTIYAH INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION
FOR ENERGY & SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
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Al-ATTIAH FOUNDATION HOLDS ‘CEO ROUNDTABLE’ ON GLOBAL CLIMATE ACTION

13 September, 2017

The Abdullah Bin Hamad Al-Attiyah International Foundation for Energy and Sustainable Development hosted its ‘Quarterly CEO Roundtable’ at the Four Seasons Doha.

The backdrop for the ‘CEO Roundtable’ dialogue was the increasing top-down/bottom-up climate action being witnessed globally.

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Al-Attiyah attends World Petroleum Congress in Turkey

11 July, 2017

HE the Former Minister of Energy and Industry and President of Abdullah Bin Hamad Al-Attiyah International Foundation for Energy and Sustainable Development, Abdullah bin Hamad al-Attiyah, with US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, during the five-day 22nd World Petroleum Congress being held in Istanbul, Turkey, (July 9 – 13).  

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ABHAIF & National Council on US Arab Relations ink MoU

27 May, 2017

Aimed at enchancing global awareness about the Arab world, the Abdullah bin Hamad Al Attiyah International Foundation Forn Energy And Sustainable Development (ABHAIF) signed and MoU with the National Council on US Arab Relations, recently. The agreement eyes cooperation between two parties in the fields of development, boosting cooperation in various sectors of common concerns, exchanging information and experiences to continue cooperation and coordination.

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Investment in renewable power and energyefficiency may boost world economy by $19tn by 2050: Al-Attiyah

10 May, 2017

By Pratap JohnChief Business ReporterInvestment in renewable power and energy efficiency could add about 0.8% to global GDP by 2050, boosting the world economy by $19tn, said HE Abdullah bin Hamad al-Attiyah, citing an International Renewable Energy Agency report. “The Paris Agreement (on climate change) signals that real transformation of the energy sector is the will and undertaking of all world governments,” al-Attiyah said in the ‘Energy Elders — Outlook 2020+’ report.
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Doha gathers energy experts to discuss the future of the sector

10 May, 2017

The first inaugural session of the Forum of Energy Sages was held yesterday in Doha for discussion and consultation on a number of common challenges facing the energy sector globally, and to 2020. A set of recommendations has been made, which can transform the expected obstacles into real growth opportunities.