An expected rise in global temperatures could seriously threaten Bahrain’s water resources, an expert has warned.
Last year was the warmest on record and this year may be even hotter, according to the World Meteorological Or
The World Bank is launching a new initiative at the World Future Energy Summit (WFES) and International Water Summit in Abu Dhabi to help developing countries better manage energy capacity in tandem with water resource management.
More than 100 water and energy experts discussed techniques for increasing the amount of crude oil that can be extracted from existing fields while managing limited water availability at a major seminar that concluded in Dubai today (May 23).
State-controlled minerals firm Saudi Arabian Mining Company (Maaden) plans to more than double its gold production to 400,000 ounces per year by 2015, an executive told Reuters on Tuesday.
Maaden's current gold production is around 140,000
The upcoming Gulf Eco 2010 symposium in Muscat will discuss on the challenges of renewable water resources and its rising demands in the GCC countries.
The symposium under the theme “Sustainability, Climate Change, Water, Renewable Energy