Al-Attiyah Foundation, Qatar Shell sign membership renewal deal Dec 11, 2019 0 165 12345 Tribune news networkDohaQatar Shell has renewed its membership with Al-Attiyah Foundation for another two years (2019-2021), a statement said on Tuesday. The deal was signed by Vice Chairman of the Al-Attiyah Foundation Ibrahim Ibrahim and Managing Director and Chairman of Qatar Shell Andrew Faulkner, in Doha recently.Qatar Shell has been a long-standing member and partner of the Foundation for over five years, supporting the independent, non-profit think tank, to continue its mission to provide in-depth research, analyses and thought-leadership under the themes of energy and sustainable development.Ibrahim said, “Once again, I am pleased to join hands with Andrew Faulkner, Managing Director and Chairman of Qatar Shell, to celebrate their membership renewal and our long-term partnership. As the energy sector is integral to the transition to a more sustainable world, partnerships that provide opportunities for knowledge sharing, become even more important.” Faulkner said, “Qatar Shell is proud to renew our important and longstanding partnership with the Al-Attiyah Foundation. We will continue to contribute to the excellent platform it provides for sharing independent expert opinion and promoting meaningful discussion of themes surrounding energy and sustainable development, which are vital to Qatar’s future development in these fields.” Pages 123 RELATED ARTICLES QSSC awarded ISO certification for integrated management system Dec 11, 2019 0 142 Stock markets are nervous as US tariff deadline nears Dec 11, 2019 0 365 Long-term partnership Dec 11, 2019 0 234 US Fed opens final 2019 meeting; no rate move expected AFP Washington The Federal Reserve on Tuesday opened its final policy meeting of 2019, with markets overwhelmingly expecting the central bank to leave interest rates untouched. After cutting rates three times in the .. Amazon lawsuit will not delay $10 bn JEDI contract: Pentagon AFP Washington The lawsuit filed by Amazon challenging a $10 billion US military cloud computing contract awarded to Microsoft will not delay implementation of the project, a senior Pentagon official said Tuesday. ..