$106 billion worth of water projects coming to the GCC

April 28, 2018 3:00 pm

Hatta Dam, Dubai, UAE

More than $106 billion worth of projects in the GCC’s water industry are being developed, launched or tendered to suppliers in the region.

The progress of these projects and latest trends within the industry will be analyzed at the Future Drainage & Stormwater Networks Abu Dhabi and Wet Infrastructure Summit, taking place from 2 to 3 May 2018 at the Sofitel Corniche Hotel.

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 The event will provide updates and strategies for optimizing stormwater, drainage, sewerage, and irrigation projects, as well as details of on-going and future projects in the region.

This event is collocated with Wet Infrastructure Summit, supported by the UAE Ministry of Infrastructure Development and the Egyptian Ministry of Water Resources and Irrigation, and will cover the GCC’s projects related to water supply, treatment and storage, flood management, and desalination.

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These events will be held with the participation of a number of key government entities and authorities.

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