Morocco, one of the world’s largest producers of oil and gas, is looking to reduce its emissions by 80 percent by 2030.
The country has committed to cut its CO2 emissions by about 30 percent by 2020, from their peak of around 80 percent in 1990, according to a report released by the country’s environment minister on Wednesday.
The ministry also said that Morocco had the potential to cut emissions to a peak of 30 percent below 1990 levels by 2050.
Moroccan Oil and Gas (Morocco Oil and gas) is one of Morocco’s most productive and diversified companies.
It is the largest producer of oil in the world, with around 700 billion cubic meters of oil equivalent in production.
The company produces more than 90 percent of its oil in two areas: the North and South Bouy.
The North Bouy has a natural gas and natural gas liquids (NGL) sector and the South Bouye has the second-largest gas field in the North of Morocco, producing around 1,000 million cubic meters (million million cubic feet) of gas per day.
The gas fields are located on both sides of the border between Morocco and Algeria, and Morocco exports more than 30 percent of the gas in the gas fields to Algeria.
Morocoin Oil and Geothermal (Morocoine Gas) is Morocco’s biggest energy producer, producing nearly 90 percent, or around 8.6 billion cubic feet of gas, according the report.
The oil is exported to Algeria and sold to international markets.
The energy sector accounts for roughly 20 percent of Morocco GDP.
Moroccans have been making major changes in the energy sector since the 1970s, when Morocco began to diversify and the economy began to grow.
A number of new energy projects were approved by the government in recent years.
The main one is the $200 billion E-Sahara gas project, which aims to create 50,000 jobs and increase the domestic gas supply.
However, the project has been stalled for years because of protests from environmentalists and opposition groups.
Morocco has also been investing heavily in renewable energy projects, and it is expected to double its renewable energy production to 25 percent of total capacity by 2020.
Moro Oil & Gas has also begun drilling in the Arctic Ocean, an area known as the “secret zone” for its natural gas reserves.
However the company has yet to release any oil or gas to the public.
Morocco’s energy sector is expected in 2020 to produce around 2,000 billion cubic metres of gas.
The Morocco National Oil and Gases (MNCOG) is the countrys main energy company.
MNCOG owns a third of the country, with a 40 percent stake in Moroccan Gas, the state-owned gas company.
According to MNCog, its oil production has increased by 50 percent since 1990, and the number of oil wells in the country is expected increase by 75 percent in 2020.
The Moroccan government has invested heavily in the oil and natural resources sector, especially in the South and North of the South African nation, where it has plans to build a major gas pipeline linking Morocco to the Atlantic Ocean.
Morocco is one the worlds largest producers and exporters of oil, gas and coal.