UAE: Abu Dhabi Industry

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With strong private sector and foreign investor engagement, the utilities sector in Abu Dhabi is one of the most enduringly attractive to a wide range of businesses. Despite the economic slowdown of recent years, vital big-ticket projects in areas including nuclear energy, solar energy and desalination are continuing to progress at pace.


Located in one of the driest parts of the planet and with demand for water growing at nearly 9.5% annually, Abu Dhabi’s water supply is a hugely important economic, social and security consideration. The Abu Dhabi government is therefore bringing in international partners to help meet the emirate’s demands.


The Barakah Nuclear Energy Plant, which is being built by the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) 50 km from Ruwais, has four reactors totalling an installed capacity of 5600 MW, and is set to change the face of Abu Dhabi’s power generation.


China sees significant advantages in investing in Abu Dhabi as part of its long-term Belt and Road Initiative. Although Abu Dhabi sits midway between the overland Silk Road to the north and the Maritime Silk Road to the south, its increasingly close ties with China suggest the emirate will avoid being bypassed by the global flow of goods...


Abu Dhabi has set its sights on diversifying its economy at a rapid pace in the next decade, setting aside hundreds of square kilometres of land for the development of new interdependent industries. Various elements are being drawn together to create a chemical industries hub on part of the 410-sq-km Khalifa Industrial Zone Abu Dhabi (KIZAD),...


The global economy is entering the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR), or Industry 4.0, based on the application of new digital and automated technologies in production processes and service delivery. These changes are bringing emerging markets improved productivity, as well as risks – namely, reshoring and the displacement of human labour by...

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