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Middle East Project Finance 2013

United Arab Emirates: Monday, January 28 - 2013 @ 00:00
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Date(s) - January 28,2013 - January 30,2013
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Now in its 16th year, Middle East Project Finance once again presents you with the opportunity to meet leading project sponsors, lenders and advisors to discuss new market trends and recovery, deal structures and the latest commercial opportunities associated with mega projects in the Middle East region.

What makes MEED Project Finance 2013 a must-attend event for 2013?

• NEW! – Country project watch

Key projects snap shots:

UAE Projects: Mirfa’s new IWPP financing template, overview or EMAL phase 2, getting transport schemes off the ground with Etihad rail phase 1 as quasi Project Finance project, feasibility and confirmation of project financing for solar projects – the Shams 1 solar plant example.

Saudi Arabia Projects: Financing the Maaden – Al-Khabra Phosphate Mine, Medina airport PPP case study, thinking behind the Satorp project sukuk, progress of the extraordinary $20bn Sadara project, SAAC Jubail petrochemicals plant insights and lessons from SIPCHEMS polymers project.

Qatar: Business as usual or looking to bonds and private sector participation? Financing energy projects in Qatar – Ras Laffan petrochemicals complex and the $4.7 billion Barzan gas plant.

Egypt: Are PPPs still the future? Examples of PPP projects with foreign partners such as the New Cairo Wastewater project and the Alexandria hospitals project contract.

Kuwait: Analysing the risk of execution for the 32 projects announced by PTB. Will the Kuwait metro be workable? How will Al Zour North playout?

Libya: What shape will Libya’s redevelopment take and options for the finance community.

• NEW! – Sector Focused Round Tables

Dissect key project finance sectors in more detail with industry leaders heading each table including including:

Power & Water:

Looking at current projects such as Ras Laffan – Qatar, Rabigh 2 – KSA and Tubli Sewage treatment plant – Bahrain.

Hydrocarbons:

Financing risky on-going hydrocarbon projects such as Yemen LNG to innovate Sukuk based ventures such as Jubail’s Petrochemical complex.

Infrastructure & Transportation:

Covering projects such as Social Housing PPP – Bahrain, Etihad Rail – UAE and Kuwait Metro. Examining PPP structures for infrastructure projects.

Renewables & Nuclear:

Looking at current projects such as Masdar and Emirate’s Braka Nuclear plant in the UAE.

• NEW! – All new speaker line up. 95% new speaker faculty

• NEW! – MEED Leadership in Project Finance Award – Awarded to Jamal A. Al Rammah, Treasurer, Saudi Aramco

The ceremony will showcase Saudi Aramco’s financing strategy and its team, including the progress of some of the region’s most innovative upcoming projects that stretch the client and its sources of finance to their limit.

The comprehensive mix of project finance lenders and borrowers ensures that by attending this conference you get the most up-to-date regional marketing insights into the project finance industry and new developments sector by sector.

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