Events

26-27 June: MENA Renewable Energy Forum 2019

Royal Maxim Palace Kempinski Cairo, First Settlement, 11477, Cairo Egypt

The Middle East and North African region has an attractive market for renewables due to abundant availability of solar and wind resources. According to a recent report by one of the leading Global Renewable Energy Agencies, the expected regional renewable energy investments could reach $35 billion per year by 2020. Also recently, the MENA region has received some of the lowest renewable energy prices awarded globally for solar PV and wind energy.

 

Renewable energy has multiple advantages for MENA Region in the form of energy security, improved air quality, reduced GHG emissions, boosting employment opportunities, apart from augmenting water and food security. The business case for renewable energy proliferation in MENA is strengthened by plentiful availability of natural energy resources and tumbling solar PV technology costs which are leading to record low renewable power generation costs.

 

This forum will be covering the key sectors of the renewable energy such as the solar power, wind power, Biomass energy, geothermal energy, hydro energy and power storage and their potential implications on the countries national energy mix. While, the ultimate aim of this forum is to provide a complete outlook into renewable energy market development in the region.

 

This event is organised by Traicon, please visit the website here. 

14-16 October: Middle East Process Engineering Conference & Exhibition (MEPEC)

Bahrain International Exhibition & Convention Centre

MEPEC is the definitive event for process engineering; in today’s busy world the event brings together the international business community to one business hub to make the most effective use of time. It is not just a place where you can experience groundbreaking technology and listen to industry leaders, it is an environment designed for the exchange of ideas between peers. By sharing experience and expertise, best practice can be adopted worldwide to optimize the future of process engineering. MEPEC is the unique meeting place for discovery, process engineering and route to market professionals to meet, share and drive an efficient, safe and profitable industry.

Now in its 5th edition, MEPEC is the definitive event for process engineering; in today’s busy world the event brings together the international business community to one business hub to make the most effective use of time. 

 

This event is organised by Mee Events. Visit the event website here.

14-16 October: World Petroleum Council (WPC) Downstream Conference

Bahrain International Exhibition & Convention Centre

The WPC Downstream Conference is the global forum that brings together the strategic refining and petrochemical leadership to debate the integrated approach to optimal delivery of the building blocks for human progress. Focus will be on changing national visions, business models, customer requirements, environmental, sustainability and security drivers, this is a must attend event for key players across the downstream market.

Co-organized by the World Petroleum Council, the inaugural event will host high level professionals from the Downstream industry.  The event will bring together the strategic refining and petrochemical leadership to debate the integrated approach to optimal delivery of the building blocks for human progress.

 

This event is organised by Mee Events. Visit the event website here. 

14-16 October: Leadership Excellence for Women Awards & Symposium

Bahrain International Exhibition & Convention Centre

LEWAS began in 2013 with the objective to EmpowerEngage and Elevate women. Since its inception, it has recognized and honored both men and women who are not only making a mark in the Energy industry but are also being an advocate for women empowerment in the GCC.  LEWAS seeks to address the challenges and opportunities for women leaders in the Energy industry. Over the years, LEWAS has gathered women leaders and empowered and motivated women to engage in discussions and panels that address the issue.

LEWAS seeks to address the challenges and opportunities for women leaders in the Energy industry. Over the years, LEWAS has gathered women leaders and empowered and motivated women to engage in discussions and panels that address the issue. 

 

This event is organised by Mee Events. Visit the website here. 

19-21 November: Middle East Electricity Saudi

Riyadh International Convention Center, Riyadh Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Middle East Electricity Saudi (MEE Saudi) is a fundamental platform for gathering several international power players looking to invest in the Kingdom. It brings together a range of key stakeholders, from power manufacturers, suppliers, domestic wholesalers and distributors to thousands of visitors from across the Kingdom and neighbouring countries.

 

Held between 19-21 November 2019, this leading exhibition and conference is perfect for organizations to position themselves as thought leaders in one of the most dynamic GCC Power and Electricity markets. MEE Saudi serves as a fully comprehensive event showcasing the core segments of the power and energy industry, including: power generation, transmission & distribution, lighting, solar, renewables and energy storage & management.

 

In support of Vision 2030, which concentrates heavily on renewables, the 2019 edition of MEE Saudi is pleased to incorporate a new dedicated section to the show - Renewable Energy Arabia.

 

Organised by Informa Events, for more information about MEE Saudi, please check the website here.

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Events

26-27 June

MENA Renewable Energy Forum 2019

Royal Maxim Palace Kempinski Cairo, First Settlement, 11477, Cairo Egypt

14-16 October

Middle East Process Engineering Conference & Exhibition (MEPEC)

Bahrain International Exhibition & Convention Centre

14-16 October

World Petroleum Council (WPC) Downstream Conference

Bahrain International Exhibition & Convention Centre

14-16 October

Leadership Excellence for Women Awards & Symposium

Bahrain International Exhibition & Convention Centre

19-21 November

Middle East Electricity Saudi

Riyadh International Convention Center, Riyadh Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

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