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POWER-GEN Middle East 2012


Under the Patronage of His Excellency Dr. Mohamed bin Saleh Al-Sada,
Minister of Energy and Industry
              Co-located with
CROATIAN CENTER of RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES GIVES YOU AN OPPORTUNITY TO
DISCOVER NEW TECHNOLOGIES FOR OPERATONAL FLEXIBILITY & EMISSIONS CONTROL
IN THE MIDDLE EAST

CLICK HERE to register for Middle East's premier POWER conference

HIGH-LEVEL INTERNATIONAL SPEAKERS
POWER-GEN Middle East 2012 will feature a wealth of knowledge and experience offering insights into new power technologies to achieve cleaner plant operation through emissions control, greater operational flexibility and efficient design and operation by renowned specialist professionals from around the globe.

Confirmed chairs and speakers to date include:
Adnan M. Fakro, Deputy Chief Executive Distribution and Customer Services, Electricity & Water Authority, Kingdom of Bahrain
Raad Al-Haris, Deputy Minister of Electricity, Iraq Ministry of Electricity, Iraq
Jamal Al Ebrahim Al Khalaf, Executive Managing Director, Qatar Power Co., Qatar
Aref Hasan Abdulla, Board Director, Deputy General Manager, ADWEA (Al Mirfa Power Co.), U.A.E.
Fouad A.Sheikh Abdulla, Station Manager, SPWS, Electricity & Water Authority, Kingdom of Bahrain
Vauhini Telikapalli, Director-Product Development-Carbon Capture and Storage Business, Alstom Power, Switzerland
Andrew Baxter, Product Manager, GE, USA
Alessandro Clerici, Chair of Study Group "Energy Resources and Technologies", WEC, Italy
Willibald Fischer, Program Director 8000H, Siemens AG Energy, Germany
Emad Ragaban, Bus Development, Saudi Aramco, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Sayed Hassein Miri, Process & Chemical Expert, Mapna Group Company, Iran
UP-TO-DATE CONFERENCE TOPICS
The event will look at  why advanced power technologies are recognized as an ecological and economic necessity and are increasingly being practiced globally around the world.
The conference comprises dedicated technical tracks that focus on advanced technologies to achieve fuel and cost efficiency covering such topics as:
Boiler Technologies - a look at efficient design and operation of boilers and HRSGs that will offer plant operations insight into state-of-the art plant technology
Technologies for Operational Flexibility - informed perspectives on how power plants can achieve greater operation flexibility including industrial cogeneration and grid stability applications, combined cycle power plants, recent developments in gas turbine fuel flexibility and optimizing power generation life-cycle cost
Renewables & Environmental Technologies - insights into cleaner ways towards plant operation through emissions control technologies and green power solutions including solar combined cycles and seawater FGD technology

EVENT SNAPSHOT
♦ From 6-8 February 2012, POWER-GEN Middle East 2012 will bring together representatives within the power industry from across the globe to explore the latest technologies to meet regulatory standards as well as practical solutions to address the increasing rise in demand for power associated with rapid population and economic growth
POWER-GEN Middle East 2012 conference and exhibition will be held  at the spectacular Qatar National Convention Centre, the new venue of choice in the Middle East which boasts unparalleled state-of-the-art facilities
♦ Supporting this premier event are KAHRAMAA as Partner, Qatar Electricity and Water Company (QEWC) as Co-Host and Platinum Sponsor. The event also has backing from MAPNA and SEL as Gold and Silver sponsors respectively in association with Qatar University as a further supporter
WHY ATTEND?
♦ Find our about important issues and developments in the power industry as the demand for power becomes an increasingly important issue in many regions around the world
♦ Discover why power resource allocation is one the most urgent and pressing issues for the region to secure a sufficient power supply for the future
♦ Learn how the very latest power treatments and technologies are emerging as vital solutions to the region’s and the world’s power challenges
POWER DEMANDS - QUICK FACTS
The Middle East and North African economies are becoming some of the most exciting of any emerging markets. With a young demographic structure, and with solid earnings and economic growth, the region’s investment opportunities have grown enormously over the past decade
To meet an estimated six to 10 per cent annual surge in demand for power, which is around eight gigawatts of additional capacity generation, GCC countries are projected to invest more than $300 billion in some 20 energy projects by 2020
Qatar will be one of the main drivers of this ambitious power generation drive in the GCC with an investment of $125 billion in new energy projects
With demand for electricity already growing by 14 per cent respectively over the last two years, Qatar's 10-year plan will focus on developing distribution networks, and increasing production and maintenance of electricity cables
ENQUIRIES
The POWER-GEN Middle East 2012 team are able to offer you expert advice and information regarding the conference, exhibition, advertising and attendance.
Conference Enquiries Mathilde Sueur
Conference Manager
T: +44 (0) 1992 656 634
F: +44 (0) 1992 656 700
E: mathildes@pennwell.com
Attendance Enquiries:
Sue McDermott
Marketing Manager
T: +44 (0) 1992 656 632
F: +44 (0) 1992 656 700
E: suemc@pennwell.com
Exhibitor Enquiries
Kelvin Marlow
Exhibit Sales Manager
T: +44 (0) 1992 656 610
F: +44 (0) 1992 656 700
E: kelvinm@pennwell.com
SPONSORS & SUPPORTERS
Under the Patronage of: Partner: Co-Host & Platinum Sponsor: Gold Sponsor:: Silver Sponsor:
In Association With:  Cyber Cafe Sponsor:  Registration Sponsor: Badge Sponsor: Delegate & Visitor Bag Sponsor
   




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