List of Exhibitors

09 - 12 September 2019   |   ADNEC
Under the patronage of H.H. Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of The United Arab Emirates
Under the patronage of H.H. Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of The United Arab Emirates
Company name
Country
Stand number
King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM)
Saudi Arabia
Stand No. H7-110
King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM)

fsalismail@kfupm.edu.sa

http://www.kfupm.edu.sa

King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals (KFUPM) is one of the leading educational organizations. It aims at being a preeminent institution known for its globally competitive graduates, innovative research, and leadership in energy discoveries.

The University strives to play an active role to achieve the Government's vision 2030 that stresses on knowledge-based economy and scientific research which is the core areas of the University. KFUPM raises many initiatives to advance its contribution to Vision 2030 by supporting research commercialization through technology transfer and innovation.

Kiwatti Oy Ltd - Finland
Finland
Stand No. H8-263
Kiwatti Oy Ltd - Finland

Risto Pönniö

risto.ponnio@kiwatti.fi

+358 20 7109360

https://www.kiwatti.com

Kiwatti Ltd is a renewable energy technology company, specialised in hybrid solutions covering solar energy, wind energy and energy storage systems for on-grid and off-grid applications of communities and businesses.

Kiwatti utilises in its projects top of the line European and Asian technology suppliers and engineering partners, tailoring each client solution separately and taking into account operating environment requirements such as power demand structure, availability of energy sources and specific environment challenges.

All renewable energy solutions are analysed and sized after careful financial research aimed at maximising return on investment over the lifespan of each and every investment case.

KOGAS
Korea
Stand No. H8-200 & H8-210
KOGAS

Since its incorporation in 1983 KOGAS has established and operated the world’s largest gas storage facility, which consists of 72 tanks with a total capacity of 1,147 million kiloliters, and transmission pipelines with a total length of 4,854km for the safe and reliable supply of clean natural gas in South Korea. Striving for business growth and global leadership, KOGAS is currently participating in 24 projects in 13 countries, ranging from exploration and development projects to the production of natural gas and the construction of LNG facilities and infrastructure.

Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO)
Republic of Korea
Stand No. H8-200 & H8-210
Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO)

Gyu-hyun, Kwon

aiminlife@kepco.co.kr

+82-61-345-8442

http://home.kepco.co.kr/kepco/EN/main.do

Over the last 120 years, Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) has served as a reliable supplier of top-quality electric power, creating the ‘history of light’. Now, KEPCO continues this legacy, building a brighter future with green & smart R&D and expanding to global markets.

KEPCO was founded under the Korea Electric Power Corporation Act to facilitate development of electric power sources, satisfy the nation's electric power supply and demand and contribute to the development of national economy. The Act on the Management of Public Institutions classifies KEPCO as a market-oriented public corporation.

KEPCO engages in businesses to achieve the following objectives: development of electric power resources; generation, transmission, transformation and distribution of electric power; and marketing, research, technological development, overseas business, investment, corporate social responsibility and use of its property with regard to electric power.

Korea Energy Foundation
Republic of Korea
Stand No. H8-200 & H8-210

Suji Kang

kang@koref.or.kr

82269132122

https://www.koref.or.kr

Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Co. Ltd.
Republic of Korea
Stand No. H8-200 & H8-210
Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Co. Ltd.

conch2me@khnp.co.kr

+822 345 61686

http://www.khnp.co.kr/eng/main.do

KHNP's business domain covers nuclear power, hydro power, new & renewable energy and overseas business.

Korea National Oil Corporation
Korea
Stand No. H8-200 & H8-210
Korea National Oil Corporation

+971-2-699-3999

https://www.knoc.co.kr

“KNOC growing on the global stage”

Korea National Oil Corporation (KNOC) conducts exploration, development and production activities all over the world to guarantee a stable supply of oil in Korea. We are currently participating in 30 promising oil development projects in 17 countries to enhance our status as a global player.

Korea Telecom
Korea
Stand No. H8-200 & H8-210
Korea Telecom

jung-jae.park@kt.com

https://www.kt.com

KT, Korea’s leading telco, seeks to be the best ICT company by leading the 4th industrial revolution with 5G.

KPC - Kuwait Petroleum Corporation
Kuwait
KPC - Kuwait Petroleum Corporation

Kuwait Petroleum Corporation (KPC) is universally recognized as one of today's top 10 oil energy conglomerates, and a leader in providing safe, clean energy to global markets. The Corporation was first established in 1980 in order to bring together all state-owned elements of the Kuwaiti oil sector under one corporate umbrella. As part of the global energy industry, KPC helps to meet the world's vital oil and gas needs by exploring, producing, refining, transporting and marketing these precious natural resources both in its home country and internationally. Today, KPC oversees a fully-integrated industry with operations spanning six continents.

Kraftblock (nebuma Gmbh)
Germany
Stand No. H8-350
Kraftblock (nebuma Gmbh)

martin@kraftblock.com

https://kraftblock.com/

Kraftblock offers high-temperature thermal storage systems, storing at up to 1,300 °C and a high storage density of more than 1.2 MWh/m3 with nearly infinite lifespan (tested for 15,000 cycles). Kraftblock stores energy at an outstandingly economical specific investment cost of approx. 17 EUR/ kWh. Our development is an eco-friendly granule, consisting of up to 85% recycled materials. Diverse heat transfer media can be used such as air, flue gas or oil. We offer an extendable modular system with 30 and 60 MWh containers with efficient transformation . also into electricity due to high storage temperature. It is easy to store & extract energy by pumping i.e air through the storage.

KVA sal - FEL18
Lebanon
Stand No. H9-250
KVA sal - FEL18

Omar Kaaki

alkaaki.omar@gmail.com

70/711326

http://www.lcec.org.lb/

KVA is the electricity Distribution Service Provider (DSP) for Municipal Beirut and Bekaa Divisions under a contract with Electricity of Lebanon (EDL). Serving over one million residents of Lebanon, KVA DSP services involve technical distribution services, like planning, design, asset operation and management, construction of network facilities, and Financial services like meter reading and bill collection. One of the chief goals for KVA is to achieve a digital platform for EDL, through mirroring of physical assets, balancing cost and distributed energy and attaining the enterprise vision of the business.

Laava Tech
Estonia
Stand No. H8-350
Laava Tech

jussi@laavatech.com

laavatech.com

Laava Tech has developed a combination of software and hardware that enables significant energy decrease for indoor farming. We can decrease energy consumption of even modern LED grow lights by 50%, and with hundreds of thousands of indoor farms in the world, the potential energy savings are huge. Lighting electricity consumption is one of the biggest costs for indoor farmers, and by cutting that cost by half, the savings for farmers are also significant.

Land Art Generator Initiative (LAGI)
Land Art Generator Initiative (LAGI)

Elizabeth & Robert

lagi@landartgenerator.org

https://landartgenerator.org/project.html

The Land Art Generator has become one of the world’s most followed sustainable design events and is inspiring people everywhere about the promise of a net-zero carbon future. LAGI is showing how innovation through interdisciplinary collaboration, culture, and the expanding role of technology in art can help to shape the aesthetic impact of renewable energy on our constructed and natural environments. The goal of LAGI is to accelerate the transition to post-carbon economies by providing models of renewable energy infrastructure that add value to public space, inspire, and educate—while providing equitable power to thousands of homes around the world.

Leadership Excellence for Women (LEWAS)
Stand No. H7-250
Leadership Excellence for Women (LEWAS)

RAUNAQ JAMAL

raunaq@mee-events.com

+97144270739

https://www.lewa-symposium.org

LEWAS began in 2013 with the objective to Engage, Empower and Elevate women. Since its inception, it has recognized and honored both men and women who are not only making a mark in the energy industry but are also being an advocate for women's empowerment in the GCC. LEWAS seeks to address the challenges and opportunities for women leaders in the energy industry. Over the years, LEWAS has gathered women leaders and empowered and motivated women to engage in discussions and panels that address the issue.

Leaftech Gmbh
Germany
Stand No. H8-350
Leaftech Gmbh

michael.dittel@leaftech.eu

www.leaftech.eu

LeafTech offers data services to increase building energy efficiency and comfort.We setup a digital twin of the examined building and generate a thermal building model.Feeding this model with upcoming weather and usage patterns, we anticipate future energy and comfort demands, and forward the information to the building automation (BA).In addition, we provide control data for demand adequate single system control (e.g. Shading system control).Our end customers are building owners and energy providers. However, market entry barriers in the branch are trust, sales cycles and complexes bidding processes. For startups these barriers can be lethal. To circumvent them we partner with established BA companies: Our services strengthen their portfolio and give them competitive advantage while they take over our sales.LeafTech charges depending on the building characteristics, the booked packages and participates in utility cost savings.

Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC)
Lebanon
Stand No. H9-250
Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC)

Shatha Wansa

shatha.wansa@lcec.org.lb

+961 1565108

http://lcec.org.lb/

The Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC) is the national energy agency for Lebanon. LCEC is a governmental organization affiliated to the Lebanese Ministry of Energy and Water (MEW) with a financially and administratively independent statute. LCEC acts as the technical arm of the Lebanese Government, specifically the Ministry of Energy and Water in all issues related to energy efficiency, renewable energy, and green buildings.

Lebanon Wind Power
Lebanon
Stand No. H9-250
Lebanon Wind Power

Michel Cordahi

mc@sustainableakkar.com

03/824242

http://www.sustainableakkar.com/

SA, LWP and HA have positioned themselves as the leading contributors to wind energy in Lebanon, leading the way in a world that is transitioning to clean renewable energy. According to the Garrard Hassan Lebanon Wind Atlas, Jabal Akroum in the Akkar region of Lebanon is one of the best areas in the Middle East in terms of wind resources. Our work consists of Site Identification, Land Leasing, Feasibility Studies, Planning, Obtaining Permits, Connecting to Power Grids, Power Purchase Agreement Negotiations, and Construction, as well as the operating of wind farms. Our aim is to start generating power by January 2021.
We are dedicated to creating key partnerships with leading companies and experts around the world in order to provide excellence, reliability, and sustainability. We have identified leading European manufacturers to supply and install the appropriate technology needed to effectively operate in the high wind conditions of our projects.

Lexx Technologies
Australia
Stand No. H8-350
Lexx Technologies

anant.sahay@lexxtechnologies.com

www.lexxtechnologies.com

LexX Technologies provides Digital Intelligence For Maintenance. We enable our clients to achieve improved uptime and on-time performance from their complex equipment and believe that we’re revolutionising the way MRO works.Our flagship product, LexX, is a digital intelligent assistant for maintenance technicians. LexX leverages the latest in Artificial Intelligence, Natural Language Processing and Machine learning, delivering accurate information to a technician's device - anywhere, any time. Our team is highly experienced with many years of domain expertise in MRO. Anant Sahay is the Founder and CEO of LexX Technologies.

Li-Cycle Corp.
Canada
Stand No. H8-350
Li-Cycle Corp.

ajay.kochhar@li-cycle.com

https://www.li-cycle.com/

"Li-Cycle Corp. (Li-Cycle) is on a mission to leverage its innovative and elegant solution to address an emerging and urgent global challenge. Lithium-ion rechargeable batteries are increasingly powering our world in automotive, industrial energy storage, and consumer electronic applications. The world needs improved technology and supply chain innovations to better recycle these batteries, and to meet the rapidly growing demand for critical and scarce battery-grade materials.



Li-Cycle Technology™ is a low cost, safe, environmentally friendly process that can recycle all types of lithium-ion batteries. It can do so with an unparalleled recovery rate of up to 100% of all materials. Li-Cycle’s industry-leading innovations make it uniquely positioned to support a key element of the growing international movement towards zero carbon technologies."

LUKOIL
Russia
Stand No. H7-165
new
LUKOIL

olga.khokhlova@lukoil.com

http://www.lukoil.com/

LUKOIL is one of the largest international private vertically-integrated oil and gas companies, accounting for over 2% of global oil production and about 1% of proved hydrocarbon reserves.

With exploration, production and marketing of oil, gas, petroleum and petrochemical products being LUKOIL Group’s core businesses, the company plays a key role on Russia’s fuel and energy market. One of the largest taxpayers in the country, LUKOIL produces and refines 15% of oil in Russia.

Operating in six federal districts (65 regions) of the Russian Federation and over thirty countries worldwide, LUKOIL is continuously expanding its geographic presence.
The company makes significant investments in environmental protection every year. LUKOIL has always been an active sponsor and donor, supporting various socially-significant projects and initiatives in the regions where it operates.

M-PAYG
Denmark
Stand No. H8-350
M-PAYG

asger@mpayg.com

www.mpayg.com

M-PAYG is a enables low-income households in developing countries to buy solar housing systmems through small mobile payments. The systems produce clean energy to power lights, charge phones, listen to the radio, watch TV and water the fields w. solar pumps

MARAFIQ
Saudi Arabia
Stand No. H7-110
MARAFIQ

Basheer Hassan Al Tarouty

taroutybh@marafiq.com.sa

966540494197

Marafiq is proud to be Saudi Arabia’s first private integrated power and water utility company and has its eye set on the future demands of a growing economy and industry. Marafiq’s vision is to be the preferred supplier of the utility services in major industrial cities in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Marafiq is owned by its four major shareholders - the Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu, Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC), Saudi Aramco and the Public Investment Fund. There are also seven private-sector investors which make up the remaining shareholders. Marafiq started operating as a private power and water utility company on 1 January 2003, with a 2,5 billion Saudi Arabian Riyal initial owner equity.

To learn more about Marafiq and for the latest news follow Marafiq on Twitter @MarafiqOfficial or visit our website Marafiq.com.sa

Masdar
United Arab Emirates
Stand No. H5-140
Masdar

Sara Janahi

sjanahi@masdar.ae

+971 2 653 6023

https://www.masdar.ae

Abu Dhabi’s renewable energy company Masdar is advancing the commercialisation and deployment of renewable energy, sustainable urban development and clean technologies to address global sustainability challenges. Wholly owned by Mubadala Investment Company, the strategic investment company of the Government of Abu Dhabi, our mandate is to help maintain the UAE’s leadership in the global energy sector, while supporting the diversification of both its economy and energy sources for the benefit of future generations. Masdar’s renewable energy projects are located in the UAE, Jordan, Mauritania, Egypt, Morocco, the UK, Serbia and Spain.

MCE Group SARL
Lebanon
Stand No. H9-250
MCE Group SARL

Mireille Khalil

bef@beirutenergyforum.com

09/900110 09/900111

MCE Group is a leading event organizer in Lebanon and the MENA region, with a growing portfolio covering different key industry sectors: Health, Pharma, Renewable Energy, Petroleum.
More specifically, MCE Group is the official exclusive organizer of the International Beirut Energy Forum (IBEF) for the 10th consecutive year in strategic partnership with the Lebanese Center for Energy Conservation (LCEC).
IBEF is one of the most reputable and professional energy events in the Middle East that is specifically dedicated to sustainable energy issues and projects. IBEF is by far the biggest forum in Lebanon attracting key energy people from Lebanon, the Arab World, and the international community. The event is the main yearly platform to discuss all topics related to renewable energy, energy efficiency, and green buildings.

MEES - Middle East Economic Survey
Stand No. H9-258
new
MEES - Middle East Economic Survey

Marios Koundouros

mkoundouros@mees.com

+357 22675161

https://www.mees.com/


Middle East Economic Survey (MEES) is a weekly newsletter that provides a comprehensive source of news and analysis of energy, financial, economic and political developments in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) countries.

Since its establishment in November 1957, it has been recognised as the world’s foremost authority on oil and gas in the region.

MEGGER
Bahrain
Stand No. H5-P004
MEGGER

Sadiq Shaban

sadiq.shaban@megger.com

0097339928626

https://www.megger.com

Megger is a leading worldwide manufacturer and provider of test and measurement equipment to the electrical industry, with distribution and technical sales offices throughout the world providing local customer support. Megger has a reputation for rugged and reliable test instruments that are easy to use and cost effective to own.

With a long history of introducing innovativ new products to the market, the Megger range includes some of the latest developments in electrical safety testing, cable fault location, protection testing, circuit breaker testing, earth, transformer and battery testing, power quality analysis and insulation diagnostics. For over 100 years Megger has been helping electrical utilities to operate safely, efficiently and reliably.

MESIA
United Arab Emirates
Stand No. H9-231
MESIA

Micheline Thienpont

micheline@mesia.com

+971 55 7719456

http://www.mesia.com/

MESIA is the largest solar trade association in the Middle East and North Africa region. Established in 2009, the association represents over 150 international and local organizations including investors, installers, manufacturers, law firms, consultants, policymakers and banks. MESIA is headquartered in Dubai, UAE and carries out solar-related activities and programs across the MENA region. Its regional coverage stretches from Egypt to Saudi Arabia, with over 10,000 subscribers. Over the past 10 years, MESIA has organized over 90 industry events focused on strengthening the footprint of solar energy in our region, including trade missions in Egypt, Pakistan, Jordan and Saudi Arabia. Along the way, MESIA has won several prestigious awards and has been recognized by leading government authorities across the MENA region. MESIA also publishes industry-leading reports which have been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and the FT.

Meva Energy
Sweden
Stand No. H8-350
Meva Energy

niclas.davidsson@mevaenergy.com

http://mevaenergy.com/

"Meva’s technology is a biomass gasification system of entrained flow gasifier type. The gasification reactions take place in a dense cloud of biomass particles that is blown into the preheated gasification reactor where it forms a vortex (whirl) spinning down the reactor and allowing the particles to be gasified into renewable syngas.

Meanwhile the resulting biochar is separated from the renewable gas due to the centrifugal forces of the cyclone. When reaching the bottom walls the almost particle free renewable gas changes direction and flows back up where it exits in a centrally located pipe. The separated biochar is however forced down towards the bottom where it is collected. Contrasting to most gasifiers of entrained flow type, the Meva technology is fed with air and not oxygen, thereby constituting a far less expensive solution. Meva Energy has filed several patent applications covering key functionality of the technology."

MEW
Lebanon
Stand No. H9-250
MEW

Joseph Al Assad

joseph.alassad@lcec.org.lb

01/565108 01/569101

http://www.energyandwater.gov.lb/

Middle East Energy
United Arab Emirates
Stand No. H9-262
Middle East Energy

Katie Coleman

info@middleeast-energy.com

+971 (0)4 336 5161

https://www.middleeast-energy.com

Middle East Energy is positioned as a global energy event with exhibitors and attendees converging from all over the world, and remains a priority for energy manufacturers and suppliers looking to showcase new technologies and innovative solutions covering the entire energy value chain.

The upcoming edition takes place from 3-5 March 2020 and will welcome 1,400+ exhibitors and 48,000+ visitors from 128 countries who will generate US$1 billion worth of business during the show, uniting the global energy community through 5 dedicated product sectors:

1. Power Generation
2. Transmission & Distribution
3. Renewables & Energy Storage
4. Lighting
5. Digitalisation– New for 2020!

The event is held annually at the Dubai World Trade Centre and is hosted by the UAE Ministry of Energy.

Ministry of Electricity & Water (KUWAIT)
Kuwait
Stand No. H8-270
Ministry of Electricity & Water  (KUWAIT)

info@mew.gov.kw

+965 2537 1000

https://www.mew.gov.kw/

Message: Providing high-quality electricity and water sustainably in the State of Kuwait.

Vision: We work to make optimal use of natural resources in the provision of electricity and water, within a work environment of performance and productivity.

Strategic goals:
- Securing the production capacity necessary to meet future demand and the required spare capacity to deal with emergency conditions flexibly.
- The participation of the private sector in the construction and operation of electricity and water projects.
- Raise energy efficiency and rationalize electricity and water consumption.
- Utilization of renewable energy sources.
- Taking into account environmental conditions in the production of electricity and water and taking advantage of the latest technologies in this field.

Ministry of Energy & Industry (UAE)
United Arab Emirates
Stand No. A-020
Ministry of Energy & Industry (UAE)

Eng. Fatima AlFoora AlShamsi

fatima.alfoora@wec24.org

+971 50 628 2235

https://www.moei.gov.ae/en/home.aspx

The UAE National Committee aims to promote sustainable energy development in the UAE, as a part of the World Energy Council’s energy vision. As a member of the World Energy Council network, the Committee is committed to representing the national perspective of the UAE within national, regional and global energy debates. The committee includes a variety of members to ensure that the diverse energy interests of the UAE are appropriately represented. H.E Minister Suhail Al Mazrouei at the Ministry of Energy and Industry is the Chairman of the Committee supported by the Committee’s Secretary General H.E. Eng. Fatima Alfoora AlShamsi, Assistant Undersecretary for Electricity, Water and Future Energy Affairs. Members of the committee are invited to attend high-level events, participate in energy-focused study groups, contribute to technical research and be a part of the global energy dialogue.

Ministry of Mines and Hydrocarbons (Republic of Equatorial Guinea)
Republic of Equatorial Guinea
Stand No. H9-170
new
Ministry of Mines and Hydrocarbons (Republic of Equatorial Guinea)

Soleded Edjang Masoko

soledadedjangmasoko@gmail.com

+240222598022

http://www.equatorialoil.com/

The Ministry of Mines and Hydrocarbons is in charge of the administrative management of mines and hydrocarbons of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea

Modern Power Systems
Stand No. H9-360
new
Modern Power Systems

Roy Morris

Roy.Morris@ns-mediagroup.com

+442074066619

https://www.modernpowersystems.com/

Now in its 41st year of publication, in print, online, newsletters, video and across all social media platforms, Modern Power Systems examines the subjects that are changing the electricity sector, from generation, transmission and distribution to digitisation and beyond. Renowned for its informed and insightful commentary, Modern Power Systems delivers up to date analysis and news, in-depth articles on trends, technology, and exciting projects, as well as leading opinion and thought from industry experts.

With an impressive international print circulation of 11,749, the publication appeals to a broad cross-section of power industry professionals and its authoritative technical content makes it required reading for engineers involved in the development, construction, operation and maintenance of power plants and transmission and distribution systems.

Mohamed Bin Zayed Raptor Conservation Fund
Stand No. H9-175
Mubadala Investment Company
United Arab Emirates
Stand No. H5-140
Mubadala Investment Company

Mubadala Investment Company actively manages a worldwide portfolio supporting the vision of a globally-integrated and diversified economy, through sustainable returns to its shareholder, the Government of Abu Dhabi. In March 2018, Abu Dhabi Investment Council (ADIC) joined the Group.

Mubadala’s AED 841 billion (US $229 billion) portfolio spans five continents with interests in aerospace, ICT, semiconductors, metals and mining, renewable energy, oil and gas, petrochemicals, utilities, healthcare, real estate, pharmaceuticals and medical technology, agribusiness and a global portfolio of financial holdings. Mubadala now has offices in Rio de Janeiro, Hong Kong, Moscow, New York and San Francisco.

Mubadala is a trusted partner, an engaged shareholder and a responsible global company that is committed to ethics and world-class standards.

For more information about Mubadala, please visit: www.mubadala.com

myUAEguide
Stand No. H9-256
new
myUAEguide

Daria

daria@myUAEguide.com

+40 317 101 111

https://www.myuaeguide.com/

myUAEguide is media partner with over 250 exhibitions, conferences, trade shows and events each year. Our website is the place to find all the information you need on events and exhibitions in the UAE.

We have over 290,000 properties listed for sale and rent on our website, with thousands of cars listed for sale. So if you’re looking to buy, rent or sell real estate or a vehicle, you need to check our site: www.myuaeguide.com

National Center of Meteorology
United Arab Emirates
Stand No. H9-100
new
National Center of Meteorology

Mohamed Al Mheiri

02 2227777

https://www.ncm.ae

In the year 2007, His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan issued a federal decree, Law No. (6) of the year 2007 to establish the National Center of Meteorology.

The Center exists to merge meteorological and seismic information, monitoring the changes that occur in the atmosphere, providing meteorological services and engineering seismic to all sectors in accordance with applicable laws and regulations in the country. In addition to the exchange of data and information related to this goal on the regional and international level, the Center also keeps pace with scientific progress and the implementation of studies and research in its field.

The Center focuses on all disciplines associated to the provision of meteorological and seismic engineering services being practiced by concerned authorities.

For more information, please see: https://www.ncm.ae/en/details.html?id=1525&lid=3275

National Committee for Clean Development Mechanism (CDM DNA)
Stand No. H7-110
National Committee for Clean Development Mechanism (CDM DNA)

Mr. Abdullah N. Al-Sarhan

a.sarhan@cdmdna.gov.sa

966 11 2819700

https://cdmdna.gov.sa

The Designated National Authority is the sole entity within the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia responsible for the design, preparation and implementation of a domestic measurement, reporting and verification system (MRV) under UNFCCC. The DNA is responsible for developing the Kingdom’s NDCs . It is also the entity to coordinate and promote carbon management schemes within the Kingdom

National Energy Services Company (Tarshid)
Saudi Arabia
Stand No. H7-110
National Energy Services Company (Tarshid)

Mohammed Tamimi

mohammed.tamimi@tarshid.com.sa

966 50 4980 492

https://www.tarshid.com.sa/

"Tarshid is the National Energy Services Company, recently established by the Public Investment Fund (PIF) to catalyze the development of a more energy efficient Saudi Arabia. Tarshid aims to be a pioneer in the energy efficiency field and to build towards a more sustainable future. Tarshid has a mandate to develop, fund and manage impactful energy efficiency projects in government and commercial sectors that achieve significant energy savings for the Kingdom. Tarshid adopts a “Shared Savings” model where it contracts ESCOs to execute, operate and maintain retrofit projects, and recoup realized energy savings as its returns."

National Energy Services Reunited(NESR)
United Arab Emirates
Stand No. H7-191
National Energy Services Reunited(NESR)

Mariam Ghazi

mghazi@nesr.com

04-4484388

https://www.nesr.com

National Industrial Development and Logistics Program (NIDLP)
Stand No. H7-110
National Industrial Development and Logistics Program (NIDLP)

Mohammed Banjabi

Mohammed.Banjabi@nidlp.gov.sa

966 50 6538 048

https://vision2030.gov.sa

The National Industrial Development and Logistics Program (NIDLP) is one of 13 Vision Realization Programs under Saudi Vision 2030. NIDLP is focused on transforming Saudi Arabia into an industrial powerhouse and a global leader in logistical services by leading and guiding growth in four key sectors: Industry, Mining, Energy and Logistics. By 2030, the program aims to stimulate private sector investments worth more than SAR 1.7 trillion, generate ample

Natural Gas World
Stand No. H9-230
Natural Gas World

Joao Carmo Salviano

Joao.salviano@naturalgasworld.com

+36309406667

https://www.naturalgasworld.com

NGW is a platform dedicated to provide natural gas stakeholders with access to world class content: comprehensive coverage of the latest natural gas, LNG and energy transition developments, expert analysis, complemented with thought leadership events for in-depth engagement and discussion of the most topical issues affecting the natural gas community.

NHPC
India
Stand No. H9-240
NHPC

Shri Rajneesh Agarwal

ragarwal@nhpc.nic.in

0129-2254679

http://www.nhpcindia.com/

NHPC Limited is an ISO-9001:2015, ISO-14001:2015 and OHSAS-18001:2007 certified Mini Ratna Category-I Enterprise of the Government of India. Established in 1975, it's a public-listed company on NSE and BSE with an authorized share capital of US $ 2,143 Million and a total asset base of US $ 8,516 Million. NHPC aims to be a leading global organization for the sustainable development of clean power through competent, responsible and innovative values.
NHPC has 24 commissioned projects with a total installed capacity of 7,071.2 MW including Wind and Solar (50 MW each) projects. Additionally 5 hydropower projects with an aggregate capacity of 89.35 MW have been commissioned on a turnkey / deposit work basis (one each in Nepal and Bhutan). Currently, 5 projects (aggregate capacity 3800 MW) are under execution.

Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC)
Nigeria
Stand No. H9-142
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Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC)

Mr. Ndu Ughamadu

ndu.ughamadu@nnpcgroup.com

+234 (0)9 460 81026

https://www.nnpcgroup.com/

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) is the state oil corporation which was established on April 1, 1977. The activities of the Corporation cut across the complete spectrum of oil & gas operations in upstream, midstream and downstream. With Nigeria’s abundant reserves of crude oil and gas, NNPC manages one of the largest oil and gas reserves in the world.

Under ongoing reforms, the Corporation is transforming from a traditional oil and gas entity into an integrated energy outfit with interests in power generation and transmission. This has led to a reinvigoration of a long-held drive for the development of bio-fuels in Nigeria, through partnership with core investors to create a low-carbon economy and link the oil & gas sector to the agricultural sector.

nogaholding
Bahrain
Stand No. H7-140
nogaholding

The Oil & Gas Holding Company (nogaholding), the investment and business development arm of the National Oil and Gas Authority (NOGA) of the Government of the Kingdom of Bahrain, was established in 2007 and plays a key role in the implementation of NOGA's strategies. The company aims to create shareholder value by the successful management of the portfolio of the Government of the Kingdom of Bahrain's shareholdings in oil, gas and petrochemical assets.

nogaholding's portfolio includes: The Bahrain Petroleum Company (BAPCO), The Bahrain National Gas Company (Banagas), The Bahrain National Gas Expansion Company (Tawseah), The Bahrain Aviation Fuelling Company (BAFCO), The Bahrain Lube Base Oil Company (BLBOC), The Gulf Petrochemical Industries Company (GPIC), Tatweer Petroleum, Bahrain LNG W.L.L. and Bahrain Gasoline Blending (BGB) Company.

Nortal
Estonia
Stand No. H8-230
Nortal

info@nortal.com

https://www.nortal.com

Nortal is a global digital transformation company with unique experience of transforming Estonia into a digital leader. The company is working with governments, healthcare organizations, large businesses and industry in US, the GCC region, Europe and the Nordics, and has over 20 years of experience with some leading European energy sector customers. In the energy sector, the company is helping customers become ready for the future, tackle the challenges of today and achieve the highest level of operational efficiency through automation. For instance, for a leading European oil company, Nortal is now re-designing complex supply-chain and terminal management processes up to the point of delivery via the use of intelligent, integrated software that eliminates manual entry, streamlines operations and harnesses the power of IoT.

NS Media Energy Group
United Kingdom
Stand No. H9-360
new
NS Media Energy Group

Roy Morris

Roy.Morris@ns-mediagroup.com

+44 (0) 207 406 6619

https://www.nsenergybusiness.com


The industry’s largest resource for energy content, up-to-the-minute news, projects, developments and research, NS Energy Business is the first platform to offer a ‘one stop’ information resource tailored to the needs and behaviour of the individual energy professional. With users in more than 100 countries, supported by daily e-newsletters and extensive social media coverage, NS Energy Business examines the drivers that are transforming the whole of the energy sector, from generation to transmission and distribution, upstream oil and gas and beyond. No other resource can offer such extensive insight in a single place.

NTPC
India
Stand No. H9-240
NTPC

Shri Md Ashfaq

mdashfaq@ntpc.co.in

9729008786

https://www.ntpc.co.in/

NTPC is India’s largest power utility with an installed capacity of 55,786 MW (including JVs) with 21 coal-based, 7 gas-based stations, 2 hydro-based stations and 1 wind-based station. 10 joint venture stations are coal-based and 11 solar PV projects. The capacity will have a diversified fuel mix and by 2032, non fossil fuel-based generation capacity will make up nearly 30% of NTPC’s portfolio. NTPC plans to become a 130 GW company by 2032. NTPC is not only the foremost power generator; it is also among the great places to work. The company is guided by the “People before Plant Load Factor” mantra which is the template for all its human resource-related policies. In 2019, NTPC was recognized as “Laureate” for consistently ranking among the “Top 50 Best Companies to Work for in India” for the last 11 years in the Great Place to Work and Economic Times Survey. Besides, NTPC was also recognized as the best among PSUs and in Manufacturing.

Nuclear Engineering International
Stand No. H9-360
new
Nuclear Engineering International

Roy Morris

Roy.Morris@ns-mediagroup.com

https://www.neimagazine.com/

Published continuously since 1956 with more than 60 years of being an independent nuclear technical journal, Nuclear Engineering International covers all aspects of civil nuclear power generation and its related supply chains globally. Topics covered range from front-end fuel cycle to power plant operations to decontamination & decommissioning. In addition to technical subjects, we also cover market developments, economics, government policy and management issues. Hundreds of in-depth articles from the industry, about the industry and for the industry are well-received in both our monthly print edition and served for free on www.neimagazine.com. Nuclear Engineering International also provides information on future industry events and is a media partner for key conferences and exhibitions, allowing the opportunity for brand partnerships.

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