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Kuwait: energy & infrastructure strategy

The 8th edition of the Kuwait Energy and Infrastructure Projects Conference began with more than 200 local and international delegates and experts from 30 different countries. During this four-day conference, discussions will be centered on Kuwait’s 2030 Oil & Gas strategy.
The chief executive officer of Kuwait Petroleum Corporation (KPC), Farouk Al Zanki, described the country as “the most buoyant projects market in the region” with extraordinary opportunities. He also said that this year’s project serves as a reference to “the country’s long-term blueprint for economic success.”
The CEO didn’t hesitate to give a speech aimed at seducing those present at the conference to invest into the country as he talked about the opportunities and development projects in exploiting the hydrocarbons sector to optimize Kuwait’s energy resource.
Kuwait prepared a study with an immense attention to market research data with detailed sector profiles and forecasts so as to enable investors have a clear image of what is on the ground during the conference.
Building on last year’s event, the conference has been expanded to include more client-led presentations and case study analysis, providing an in-depth look to give a comprehensive insight into the opportunities available in the market. This will be the epicenter of the conference.
The event is hosted by Meed, a business intelligence firm, with the support of Kuwait Petroleum Company (KPC) and the Ministry of Public Works and Partnership Technical Bureau (PTB). Its objective is to bring together major actors from the private sector for them to discuss projects and challenges regarding the oil & gas, power & water, social & transport infrastructure and finance sectors. Presentations will also be done by the Kuwait Petroleum Corporation, Kuwait Oil Company and Kuwait National Petroleum Company among others.

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