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Hello, everyone. My name is Pavel (or Paul, for short), I come from Bulgaria, and am currently studying Oil, Gas and Energy Management at Coventry University. The main reason I chose this course was that I wanted to matter and be part of something trully big, and we all know that no market could survive without energy in some form. Carrer-wise, I want to deal with clean and renewable energy, because it's what we, as people living on this great planet, should focus on.
My photo was taken last summer on a sunny plain on a sunny day in sunny Romania.
My favourite things to do are mostly jogging, driving aimlessly and all sorts of sports, like tennis, soccer or just swimming. I also like reading books, anything from Dan Brown, Robert Kiyosaki, Dean Koontz and even Tom Clancy. Favourite quote: We can learn something new, everytime we believe we can.

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After an extensive discussion with our American counterparts, we discovered that our standpoints on fracking were more related than diverse. Common knowledge states that fracking may have severe impacts on public health (e.g. contamination of water supplies) and the environment (releasing methane into the atmosphere), but overall proves to be an effective technique in extracting previously unrecoverable fossil resources. In the past decade, there has been a decline in oil reservoir discoveries, resulting in a challenge when it comes to supplying the rapidly increasing energy demand.

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   Competitors, like Redbull, PepsiCo, Coca-Cola and Unilever, are coming together for a more sustainable environment. Having realised that working together is key to making a change, the rival companies have formed a partnership encouraging climate-friendly alternatives to refrigeration units, using fluorinated gases.   Please leave any questions or comments :) Link below ↓

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  After watching “An Inconvenient Truth”, we realized certain facts, that we have not previously considered. Human kind has evolved so much for the past few decades. Since the “Industrial Revolution”, we have made amazing technological and scientific breakthroughs, such as space travel, vaccines for otherwise terminal diseases and, of course, wireless technology. The aforementioned have enabled us to prosper, as a species, and go beyond boundaries, previously  unreachable.

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Hello, everyone. My name is Pavel (or Paul, for short), I come from Bulgaria, and am currently studying Oil, Gas and Energy Management at Coventry University.

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