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NES stands for National Energy Strategy

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Over 300 papers cover mineral prospecting and geological exploration; mining engineering and coal mining; mining machinery engineering; mineral process engineering; oil and gas well development projects; metallurgical engineering; energy saving and low carbon ideas; urban and regional planning; development and management of the energy industry; environmental protection and circular economy; global climate change and international cooperation on reducing carbon emissions national energy strategy and decision-making; ecological economy, circular economy, and low-carbon economy; engineering materials and processing technologies; equipment design, manufacturing, automation, and control; computer applications in industry and engineering; and related topics.
ISLAMABAD, November 29, 2010 (Balochistan Times): Government has still not come up with the long term planning and strategies for energy generation, thus with the participation of Public and Private Sectors, a National Energy Strategy is needed to be developed to overcome the growing emerging crises and its related problems, Mahfooz Elahi has said, addressing a meeting of the Energy Committee of Islamabad Chamber of Commerce & Industry.
Islamabad, November 29, 2010 (Frontier Star): Government has still not come up with the long term planning and strategies for energy generation, thus with the participation of Public and Private Sectors, a National Energy Strategy is needed to be developed to overcome the growing emerging crises and its related problems, Mahfooz Elahi has said, addressing a meeting of the Energy Committee of Islamabad Chamber of Commerce & Industry.
The meeting was an opportunity to highlight Morocco's achievements in the socio-economic field, notably Morocco's large scale projects, such as the green Morocco plan in terms of boosting agricultural productivity, the Azur plan for tourism and the Emergence plan, which aims to develop a national competitive industry, in addition to the national energy strategy.