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Samer Hanania, Deputy General Manager of Hanania Energy
Jordan's aim is to ensure that Renewable Energy Services will increase their contribution to the total energy Continue
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22 February 2016 |
"There are also other products that are being imported from abroad that are of low quality materials and will need annual maintenance and that have a very short lifespan. This is an important issue Continue
22 February 2016 |
"Hanania Energy is proud to be Jordan’s oldest and most reputable Solar Energy Company. The Company manufactures and markets different types of solar thermal systems, and is also a service provider, Continue
10 February 2016 |
Marcopolis.net has compiled the list of the top renewable energy companies in Jordan. In 2005 the Jordanian government launched a gradual removal of subsidies for fossil fuels in a strategy to Continue
07 February 2016 |
Marcopolis.net has compiled the list of the top energy companies in Jordan. Jordan’s native energy resources are its moderate gas reserves, oil share deposits and tar sands. Continue
Samer Hanania, Deputy General Manager of Hanania Energy
Jordan's aim is to ensure that Renewable Energy Services will increase their contribution to Continue
14 November 2010 |
Peter Matay
97% of Jordan's energy needs are currently being satisfied by imports. Jordan's energy bill is around 23% of the GDP. Demand for electricity will continue to rise from 2,260 megawatts in 2008 to Continue
10 November 2010 |
Peter Matay
H.E. Khaled Irani discusses the role of renewables in Jordan national energy strategy, new legislation - renewable energy and energy efficiency law, diversification of the sources of energy and the Continue
08 November 2010 |
Peter Matay
This year we have started drilling throughout the concession to characterize the rock’s richness, thickness and overburden as a first step towards identifying its suitability for our technology. Continue
08 November 2010 |
Peter Matay
Oil shale in Jordan covers about two thirds of the country and some of it is unexplored. Jordan has been leading a policy to attract everybody who has interest in oil shale and has experience with Continue
08 November 2010 |
Peter Matay
On the short-term I would say $50-90 dollars a barrel, medium-term $90-120, and long-term I would say below $50 dollars a barrel due to economic factors.  Continue
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10 February 2016 |
Marcopolis.net has compiled the list of the top renewable energy companies in Jordan. In 2005 the Jordanian government launched a gradual removal of subsidies for fossil fuels in a strategy to Continue
07 February 2016 |
Marcopolis.net has compiled the list of the top energy companies in Jordan. Jordan’s native energy resources are its moderate gas reserves, oil share deposits and tar sands. Continue
Samer Hanania, Deputy General Manager of Hanania Energy
Jordan's aim is to ensure that Renewable Energy Services will increase their contribution to Continue
08 November 2010 |
Peter Matay
This year we have started drilling throughout the concession to characterize the rock’s richness, thickness and overburden as a first step towards identifying its suitability for our technology. Continue
08 November 2010 |
Peter Matay
Oil shale in Jordan covers about two thirds of the country and some of it is unexplored. Jordan has been leading a policy to attract everybody who has interest in oil shale and has experience with Continue
08 November 2010 |
Peter Matay
On the short-term I would say $50-90 dollars a barrel, medium-term $90-120, and long-term I would say below $50 dollars a barrel due to economic factors.  Continue
08 November 2010 |
Peter Matay
97% of our energy needs are currently being satisfied by imports and we would like to change this figure. Continue
07 November 2010 |
Peter Matay
We have adopted a National Energy Strategy that is driving Jordan to be a net exporter of energy by 2030. Continue
05 November 2010 |
Peter Matay
We import 96% of our energy from outside of Jordan, not only from Egypt; we import only the gas from Egypt for our electricity generation. Continue
22 February 2016 |
"There are also other products that are being imported from abroad that are of low quality materials and will need annual maintenance and that have a very short lifespan. This is an important issue Continue
22 February 2016 |
"Hanania Energy is proud to be Jordan’s oldest and most reputable Solar Energy Company. The Company manufactures and markets different types of solar thermal systems, and is also a service provider, Continue
10 November 2010 |
Peter Matay
H.E. Khaled Irani discusses the role of renewables in Jordan national energy strategy, new legislation - renewable energy and energy efficiency law, diversification of the sources of energy and the Continue
14 November 2010 |
Peter Matay
97% of Jordan's energy needs are currently being satisfied by imports. Jordan's energy bill is around 23% of the GDP. Demand for electricity will continue to rise from 2,260 megawatts in 2008 to Continue