- Structure - Board of Directors

Download in Excel, CSV or JSON

Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Board of Directors The ITF President and Board of Directors are elected every four years by the national associations. Candidates are nominated by the national associations, and may serve up to twelve years.

Data Source : WIKIPEDIA
Number of Data columns : 1 Number of Data rows : 17
Categories : economy, demography, politics, knowledge


Data row number Board of Directors (2015–2019)

Download the dataset to see the full list of 17 entries

Data Columns

Name Description Data Type
Board of Directors (2015–2019) text

Other datasets published on Basedig

Central Railroad of Pennsylvania (1891–1918) - Route


Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Route The following stations existed along the line:

route, railroad, 1891, 1918, central

1987–88 QMJHL season - Scoring leaders


Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Scoring leaders Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalties in minutes Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalties in minutes

scoring, leaders, gp, g, pts

Electricity sector in Argentina - Electricity supply and demand - Generation


Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Generation Thermal plants fueled by natural gas (CCGT) are the leading source of electricity generation in Argentina. Argentina generates electricity using thermal power plants based on fossil fuels (60%), hydroelectric plants (36%), and nuclear plants (3%), while wind and solar power accounted for less than 1%. Installed nominal capacity in 2014 was 31,047 MW. However, this scenario of gas dominance is likely to undergo changes due to gas exhaustion derived from the existing 'bottlenecks' in exploration and production (E+P) and pipeline capacity. Gas output dropped for the first time in 2005 ( 1.4%) and gas reserves dropped to ten years of consumption by the end of 2004 (down from an average of 30 years in the 1980s). Today, gas reserves are 43% lower than in 2000. This situation is further aggravated by the uncertainty surrounding the gas deals with Bolivia and the plans to build new regional pipeline connections. Total generation in 2005 was 96.65 TW·h. In 2015, the Atucha II Nuclear Power Plant reached 100% power, increasing the percentage of nuclear power in Argentina from 7% to 10%. The generators are divided into eight regions: Cuyo (CUY), Comahue (COM), Northwest (NOA), Center (CEN), Buenos Aires/Gran Buenos Aires (GBA BAS), Littoral (LIT), Northeast (NEA) and Patagonia (PAT). Installed capacity at December 31, 2015:

electricity, and, argentina, generation, capacity