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Umar Farooq Zahoor - Known Investor and Entrepreneur, lives in Dubai

Mr. Umar Farooq Zahoor, former director AMERI GROUP - One of the most influential personalities in today’s world. Sheikh Umar Farooq Zahoor has won so many awards over the years for being the best Norwegian-Pakistani businessman. Today, he is a successful billionaire businessman living a magnificent life in Dubai. Umar Farooq Zahoor, a former director of MERI GROUP and well-known investor and entrepreneur. His smart career choices and keen investment decisions have made him the proud owner of several companies over the years. Along with making capital, Sheikh Umar Farooq Zahoor is a generous man who always helps the needy and is involved in sever CSR that is corporate social responsibility activities.

UAE- the lowest Green House Gas Emission Producers for Oil and Gas

Umar Farooq Zahoor "UAE would grow even more globally and improve the economy at the upcoming global event. This exhibition will improve the economy of the UAE by opening up new foreign trade opportunities."

Farooq Zahoor added that UAE is for everyone the best investment choice. It's high time to invest in the UAE economy with rising business opportunities in the power, oil, coal, greenhouse gas and energy. In the United Arab Emirates, oil is the biggest contributor to greenhouse gas emissions. This sector releases more than 90% of the total GHG. Fast population growth, high urbanization rates, rapid economic growth, and low energy prices are rising energy demand. The country faces a challenge by the increasingly growing trend of energy use and GHG emissions.

Umar Farooq Zahoor
Umar Farooq Zahoor

The UAE is a nation of seven emirates in the Arab Gulf. It is a global leader in oil and gas manufacturing and exportation. The UAE economy is regarded as a diversified economy in the Arabian Gulf region, despite huge revenues from hydrocarbon exports. In addition to the implementation of refinery and petrochemicals ventures, UAE has invested heavily in non-oil industries such as tourism, immobilization, banking, technology, and other sources. UAE is recognized as one of the lowest greenhouse gas emission producers for oil and gas said Sheikh Umar Farooq Zahoor.

The increased population rate, fast development, and low energy prices have rendered the UAE one of the world's most energy-induced consumers per capita. As the energy sector has become one of the main GHG emissions sectors in the UAE, rising demand for energy and related GHG emissions. Given that more than 90% of all national GHG emissions are produced within the energy sector, it is important for research into the major source categories in the sector. The energy sector in the UAE includes key activities

  • Energy use by the cement, iron, steel and aluminium industries and construction-related operations.
  • Generation of electricity, often using natural gas.
  • Energy use in road and civil domestic aviation transport. 
  • Fugitive energy sector pollution.

The electricity market is currently being opened up to private companies. Abu Dhabi aims to achieve its required capacity for generating electricity by privatization. The reasoning is that this would lead to lower-cost power generation and make more money available for other services. The two most energy-consuming activities in the UAE are the desalination of water and the generation of electricity among various activities. Natural gas is mainly used for electricity production in the UAE. However, for the same reason, a limited amount of crude oil, residual oil, and diesel oil are also used.

Umar Farooq Zahoor is the best source for awareness of the growing petroleum industry in the UAE with experience from the petroleum, natural gas and electricity industry. The World Expo is opening a new door to UAE and investor opportunities.

If people plan to invest their hard-earned funds in Green House Gas Producers, UAE welcomes everyone freely, said Umar Farooq Zahoor.


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