MENA Water Conference

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8 - 10 June 2015

Sofitel Corniche, Abu Dhabi, UAE

Expert Reviews

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Interesting and useful event

Amir Idris, Senior Water Network Development Engineer, TRANSCO

Great event that gathers all the relevant players in the wastewater industry

Eng. Ali Abdullah Al-Motlag, Director General, Wastewater Department, Ministry of Water & Electricity, Saudi Arabia, Company

Strategies & opportunities attached to the region's drive for water sustainibility and security

NOW CO-LOCATED WITH MENA POWER FORUM

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With the falling oil & gas prices, there is increasing concern about the impact on the water and wastewater sector across the GCC and wider Middle East. The question remains on whether this will result in reduced government spending and delays in projects. Government stakeholders in the region have maintained that expansion initiatives and new projects will proceed due to the demand resulting from the region’s rapid population growth and diversified economies. With over $116.9bn worth of water and wastewater projects across the GCC and emerging markets including Egypt and Jordan in the near to mid-term, MENA Water brings the region’s water authorities and engineering consultants together to share exclusive updates on some of the most exciting opportunities across the entire water cycle and initiatives to achieve sustainability and sustainable development.

Benefits of attending the forum

  • Gain insight on 80% of the water and wastewater projects across GCC, Egypt and Jordan - Hear from major clients and client consultants  as they discuss their long-term priorities and revised expenditures amidst the falling oil prices to help you plan your long-term business strategy
  • Find out the updated scope and scale of opportunities across the full water spectrum from generation to wastewater treatment. Gain insight into the latest MENA Water projects for 2015 and beyond, spanning from SWCC’s new desalination projects in Jeddah to Qatar’s Inner Doha Re-sewerage Implementation Strategy (Idris) so you can understand the scale and scope of the projects to be awarded
  • Updates on the region’s integrated water resource management strategy, demand management, water efficiency case studies, contractor and financing models and the progress in the region’s water projects which are decoupling from power – gain insight from the industry’s top business shaping trends
  • Expanded R&D sessions: Learn about the latest findings on innovation and technology for the water and wastewater sector to reduce water loss and encourage reuse
  • Co-located with MENA Power Conference – maximise your networking opportunities  across two days  and discuss business development opportunities with your colleagues who are driving the region’s power sector in a shared exhibition area

2015 Speakers

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H.E. Tawfik Ja'afreh

Mr. HE Tawfig Ja’afreh

Secretary General

Water Authority of Jordan (WAI)

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H.E. Dr. Mahmoud Abu- Zeid

H.E. Dr. Mahmoud Abu- Zeid

Former Minister of Water Resources and Irrigation Egypt, and President

Arab Water Council

Mr. Atter Hannoura

Mr. Atter Hannoura

Director- PPP Central Unit

Ministry of Finance, Egypt

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