Gulf Environment Forum 2011

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Oxford Business Group is pleased to announce our media partnership with Gulf Environment Forum which will be held on 29 – 31 May 2011, in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. In this respect, we send you the following message from the conference organisers:

Dear Oxford Business Group subscribers,

Custodian of Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah to endorse Environment Forum in Jeddah

The Gulf Environment Forum (GEF), organised by the Presidency of Meteorology & Environment, has announced the patronage of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz, demonstrating the Kingdom’s commitment towards establishing an environmentally responsible region for generations to come.

Taking place from 29-31 May at the Jeddah Hilton, the GEF combines an international exhibition and senior level conference, gathering experts in renewable energy, waste management and water/wastewater services.

Confirmed exhibitors include this year’s key sponsors; GEMS-UtilEco, National Commercial Bank, SAES, SEPCO, CH2M Olayan and AES International as well as international experts such as; Averda, Titech & ERG Air Pollution Control.

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The senior level conference, attracting both ministerial and private sector figure heads, will highlight the key strategies for the continued development of the environmental sector within the GCC region.

Topics to be covered by influential speakers include:

• Clean utilisation of Saudi Arabia’s energy resources

• Examining the potential for renewable energy projects in the Kingdom

• Developing environmental regulation and ensuring its enforcement

• Maritime protection, including safeguarding against environmental disasters

• The importance of water and wastewater reuse and governance

With less than 3 months to go, senior level speakers are now confirming their attendance on the programme. Visit www.gulfenvironmentforum.com/conference/ to find out more.

Or to find out more about how you can participate at the Kingdom’s official environment event contact:

Ahmed Elgohary +44 207 511 9582 info@gulfenvironmentforum.com