Strategies & opportunities attached to the region's drive for water sustainibility and security
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The 3rd annual MEED MENA Water Forum will gather leading government representatives to share updates on the development of MENA’s integrated strategy for water management. In addition, the platform will feature the latest and most exciting water projects in GCC and wider Middle East region and share the upcoming commercial opportunities related to groundwater, stormwater, water desalination, water storage, sewage and wastewater treatment and reuse, transmission and distribution, and operation and maintenance.
$61.2bn worth of water and wastewater projects across MENA to be awarded from 2015 to 2020 – Source: MEED Projects, February 2015
MEED MENA Water Forum 2015 will discuss the challenges and practical strategies to ensure long term water security and sustainability. The event will focus not only on new projects but also present recommendations on how to improve water efficiency through leveraging resourcing, technology and procurement models through a mixture of plenary keynote sessions, panel debates, technical round-tables & interactive structured networking.
MEED MENA Water Forum 2015 will be attended by 150 industry stakeholders including project owners, developers, client advisors, contractors, financiers, technology, equipment and solution providers.
Issues and themes covered
- Content to cover the full water spectrum, from groundwater, stormwater, strategic reservoirs, desalination, transmission and distribution, sewage infrastructure to wastewater treatment and reuse – Over 35 case studies and new projects to be presented by MENA’s government representatives, developers and client advisors
- New topics include an update on the region’s integrated water management strategy, Kuwait’s upcoming IWPPs, R/O success from Qatar Ras Laffan IWPP case study, Oman’s wastewater strategy, Qatar Facility DIWPP update, new financing models and progress in the region’s water projects which are decoupling from power
- NEW countries to be included in the agenda in addition to GCC: Egypt, Iraq, Jordan and Lebanon
- Expanded session on R&D showcasing latest findings and product demos
- Inaugural presentation of the MEED Leadership Award – In 2015, MEED will recognise an initiative that has contributed to achieving regional water sustainability
- Co-located with MENA Power Conference – maximise your networking opportunities during the networking breaks and discuss business development opportunities with your colleagues who are driving the region’s power sector in a shared exhibition area
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