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International Energy Forum

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The International Energy Forum, also known as IEF, is the world's largest recurring gathering of energy ministers. It is unique in that participants not only include IEA and OPEC countries, but also key international actors such as Brazil, China, India, Mexico, Russia, and South Africa. The IEF countries account for more than 90 percent of global oil and gas supply and demand.

Link: IEF

Official Web-Site

 

IEF map

 

 

Members, Observers and other participations

Full members Observers Special members
Afghanistan    
Algeria    
Angola    
Argentina    
Australia    
Austria    
Bahrain    
Bangladesh    
Belgium    
Brunei    
Bulgaria    
Burkina Faso    
Canada    
Comoros    
Cyprus    
Czech Republic    
Chad    
China    
Denmark    
Djibouti    
Ecuador    
Egypt    
Eritrea    
Ethiopia    
Finland    
France    
Germany    
Great Britain    
Guinea    
Hungary    
India    
Indonesia    
Iran    
Iraq    
Ireland    
Italy    
Jordan    
Kazakhstan    
Korea South    
Kuwait    
Malaysia    
Mali    
Mauritania    
Mexico    
Mozambique    
Netherlands    
New Zealand    
Niger    
Nigeria    
Norway    
Philippines    
Poland    
Qatar    
Russia    
Saudi Arabia    
Senegal    
Singapore    
Somalia    
South Africa    
Sudan    
Sweden    
Switzerland    
Tanzania    
Tunisia    
Turkey    
Uganda    
United Arab Emirates    
United States of America    
Venezuela    
Vietnam    
Yemen    
Zambia    

 

 

 


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