First IEA-Indonesia Energy Statisticians Training Project Course Held in Paris
26 October 2009
The nascent IEA Energy Training and Capacity-Building Programme launched its inaugural project this week, when 21 Indonesian energy statisticians from government and industry, joined by a Ghanaian energy statistician, came to Paris for a weeklong IEA-Indonesia Energy Statisticians Training Course, 26-30 October.
This is the first course in the IEA-Indonesia Energy Statisticians Training Project and it addressed international conventions for definitions, formats and methodologies for general energy statistics and energy balances.
The Course was a success; its hands-on focus allowed exchanges of information and building of contact between Indonesian officials and industry, and further developed the accurate and timely data flow between Indonesia and the IEA. Click here to view the training course in action.
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