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Gulf Wastewater Summit

Event : Gulf Wastewater Summit

Tue, 26/04/2011  
Conducted by : Fleming Gulf Conferences
Contact : Lucia Kasanicka

The conference program is  focused on:
• key governmental strategies from key authorities in the Middle East Region on the latest incubating policies and developing opportunities
• field trial projects and case studies from a range of strategic implementation perspectives
• latest global water industry science, latest technologies and standards.
• promoting your investment & operation strategies in the region
• Developing business relationship with key deal makers in the water industry

Gulf Wastewater Summit gathers water leaders from all over the world and offers a wide range of multidisciplinary presentations which will provide ample opportunities to learn and network with professionals in your fields of interest. Technical tours and workshops will demonstrate local applications of advanced water and wastewater technologies.
Key Speakers For The Gulf Wastewater Summit 2011:
 
• Dr. Walid Abderahmann, Chairman, Miahona (Saudi Arabia ACWA Holding)
• Eng. Ali Subah, Director of National Water Master Plan, Ministry of Water and Irrigation, Jordan
• Dr. Richard Parker, Wastewater & Odor Control Segment Leader, SIEMENS Water Technology
• Eng. Adel Al-Saffar, Head of the Sulaibiya treatment plant, The (B.O.T) project, Ministry of Public Works, Kuwait
• Mohammed Najem, Director of Wastewater, Dubai Municipality, UAE
• Dr. Jamal Shamas, International Business Development Leader, P.E., CH2M HILL
• Dr. Markus Bux, CEO, Thermo-System GmbH, Germany
• Eng. Ahmed Ali Aluleima, Secretary General/ Adviser, Water Authority of Jordan
• Hedi Larbi, Country Director for Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Iran and Iraq, The World Bank
• Eng. Hamed Al-Hatimi, Director General of Water Resources Assessment, Ministry of Regional Municipalities & Water Resources, Oman
• Per Bertilsson, Deputy Executive Director, Stockholm International Water Institute
• Ahmed Al Noobi, Head Operations & Maintenance for Treated Water, Salalah Sanitary Drainage Services Company, Oman
• Dr. Abdallah Abusam, Water Technologies Department, Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research, Kuwait
• Dr. Saad Alani, Client Relationship Manager, Hyder Consulting Middle East Limited
• Mahesh Kalyan, Regional Business Manager, Siemens Water Technologies
• Olivier Crasson, General Manager, Ajman Sewage Company
• Nasser H. Al-Aamry, Senior Privatization Manager, National Water Company
• Kevin Renshaw, Regional Director Middle East, CARDN


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