Russian scientists Fyodor Mitenkov and Alexander Sheindlin and American Leonard J. Koch became the first laureates of the new International Global Energy Prize.
Nobel Prize winner, chairman of the Global Energy Prize International Committee Zhores Alferov announced the laureates on Monday.
The prize fund worth $900,000 will be divided into three equal parts between the laureates.
Meanwhile, in 2005 the prize fund will be increased up to $1 million, Gazprom head Alexei Miller said on Monday.
Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov announced a possible move that Russia can take in response to new US sanctions
Not that long ago, American soldiers would train their skills to counter insurgent and partisan military organizations. These days, they are trained to show resistance to the regular army of a potential adversary
The Central Bank of Turkey announced measures to protect the financial market of Turkey against the background of the collapse of the Turkish lira and conflict of interests with the United States of America