Saudi Arabian Infrastructure Congress 2011

The ONLY top-level strategic event with comprehensive coverage of the utilities, transport and social infrastructure sectors in line with the Kingdom’s Ninth Development Plan


With the Kingdom’s Ninth Development Plan recently announced, be at the Saudi Arabian Infrastructure Congress to examine the infrastructure opportunities and solutions for the Kingdom’s economic vision, and put in place the essential plans and relationships to deliver flagship infrastructure to world class standards.


PRESENTING AN AUTHORITATIVE FACULTY OF SPEAKERS LED BY:

  • H.E. Dr. Saleh Al-Awaji, Deputy Minister for Electricity, Ministry Of Water and Electricity
  • H.E. Dr. Abdullah M. Al Shehri, Governor, Electricity & Co-Generation Regulatory Authority
  • Loay Al Musallam, CEO, National Water Company
  • Amer Al-Swaha, Head of IPP, Saudi Electricity Company
  • Khaled Al-Aboodi, Chief Executive Officer, Islamic Corporation for the Development of the Private Sector, Saudi Arabia
  • Abdullah Fadul-Elahi, Manager of Projects Division & Deputy PPP Team Leader, General Authority of Civil Aviation
  • Mark Lemmon, CEO, MENA Infrastructure Fund
  • Abdulhadi Al Mureeh, Managing Director, National Solar Systems
  • Patrick Townsend, Executive Director, Instrata Capital
  • Khalid Aleissa, Director of Nuclear Research, King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology
  • Marwan Fahime, Project Director, Knowledge Economic City Developers Company
  • Salah Al Afaliq, CEO and Managing Director, The National TriGeneration CHP Company
  • Vahid Fotuhi, Director- Middle East and North Africa, BP Solar


Key Topics Covered This Year

  • Economic Outlook of The Kingdom’s Ninth Development Plan with a View of Infrastructure Development
  • Strengthening Utilities Infrastructure for the Kingdom’s Continued Economic Growth
  • Environmental Outlook and Renewable Energy Update for the Kingdom
  • Examining the Water and Wastewater Infrastructure in the Kingdom
  • The Role of Islamic Finance in Infrastructure Development in the Kingdom
  • Getting the Kingdom Moving – Understanding Key Transport Development Plans For the Kingdom
  • An In-Depth Look at the Mining Industry’s Role in Infrastructure Development
  • Supporting the Next Generation with Elite Social Infrastructure Facilities – The Kingdom’s Plans for the Education, Healthcare and Housing Sectors