DuPont to showcase new protective garment against electric arc flash at ME Electricity
DuPont is set to participate in the upcoming Middle East Electricity show to be held from February 14 to 16, 2017 at the Dubai World Trade Center. During the world's leading power event featuring power generation, lighting, and renewable and nuclear energy, DuPont will focus on showcasing its new Nomex® garment that protects users from electric arc flash
TÜV Rheinland awarded ADGAS Certificate of Recognition
TÜV Rheinland Middle East recently received a certificate of recognition from the Abu Dhabi Gas Liquefaction Company Limited for their consistent engineering support and excellent customer service during 2015.
‘Smart Cities’ official theme for MEE 2017
Middle East Electricity, one of the world’s leading power exhibitions, has announced its theme for the 2017 edition. Alongside Dubai Municipality and the Environmental Council for Arab Towns, who are Strategic Partners for the event, the organisers will be creating a series of new features, conferences and activations all focusing on the future of Smart Cities, and the innovations which are set to lead the way both locally and internationally in the coming decade.
Dubai Witnesses World´s Biggest Power Event
Low oil prices have failed to dent the global power industrys confidence in the region, and the record-breaking 2016 edition of MEE validates the opportunities in the regions power markets despite the low oil price environment.
dmg events, an international exhibitions company, has promoted Jean-Philippe Cossé to the position of Vice President for the company´s Middle East and Asia Energy Division to further strengthen current portfolio of oil & gas events.
We are showcasing our product range with innovative solutions
Our participation in this event is not targeted towards sales. The major idea behind the participation is to attract prospects for international markets for our metering and power back-up products & solutions. We are looking for channel partners in African
We will be targeting customers from ME region
The current market scenario for power is quite robust for the next few years as the demand for power will increase, so it will for the power backup industry. As this is a growing economy and the same will reflect in the demand for power.
Powering the Gulf
A leading power exhibition in the Middle East, which is celebrating its 40th edition this year, is set to witness a 15 per cent increase in floor space to accommodate the first ever area dedicated to the lighting industry.
State-run marketing cos seek flexible deals
PSU refiners, who account for about two-thirds of the country´s oil processing capacity, are seeking more flexibility in import contracts as they look to tap new sources of supply flushed out by the US shale boom.
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