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17th December 2018
 SPARK: Saudi Arabia’s hub for energy development SPARK: Saudi Arabia's hub for energy development

Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, has inaugurated the 50-sq km King Salman Energy Park (SPARK), located in the kingdom's Eastern Province

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 ‘Iraq moving towards the green path’ 'Iraq moving towards the green path'

Iraq is seeking to diversify its energy dependency by building large-scale solar, wind and biomass facilities within the next decade, expecting to supply more than 10 per cent of its energy needs by 2028 from sustainable resources, according to Frost & Sullivan's energy analysis

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 Complete, affordable and fully automated traceability labelling solution from Brady SPONSOREDComplete, affordable and fully automated traceability labelling solution from Brady

Brady Corporation presents a complete and reliable labelling solution for printed circuit boards that can automate traceability and generate smart manufacturing data about SMD production lines at affordable costs

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 Oman needs to prioritise energy transition policies: Survey Oman needs to prioritise energy transition policies: Survey

Oman needs to prioritise strategies for reducing national demand for power rather than investing in delivering new energy supplies to meet its soaring call on energy, according to a survey

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 Rick Hancock is Atkins’ new country director in Saudi Arabia Rick Hancock is Atkins' new country director in Saudi Arabia

Atkins, the UK-based global design, engineering and project management consultancy and a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group, has announced the appointment of Rick Hancock as country director for design and engineering business in Saudi Arabia

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 Solar plant to provide energy to Algerian oilfield Solar plant to provide energy to Algerian oilfield

Sonatrach's chairman Abdelmoumen Ould Kaddour and the CEO of Italy's Eni Claudio Descalzi have inaugurated a 10MW solar plant in Bir Rebaa North (BRN) in Algeria

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 ‘Hiring in Middle East’s construction and infrastructure sector to rise’ 'Hiring in Middle East's construction and infrastructure sector to rise'

The Middle East construction and infrastructure activities have shown a decline in the Q3 2018, with an increasing additional headcount being highlighted across the region due to future workload expectations, according to the RICS Middle East survey

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 Raysut Cement eyes US$100mn takeover of Kenya’s ARM Cement Raysut Cement eyes US$100mn takeover of Kenya's ARM Cement

Oman's one of the leading cement manufacturers Raysut Cement Company is planning to acquire ARM Cement of Kenya, a move that is in line with Raysut's strategy to expand businesses in East and Central Africa

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 Waste management specialist Suez to upgrade vehicles Waste management specialist Suez to upgrade vehicles

FRAIKIN and Masternaut will support Suez with specialised vehicles for waste recycling and recovery including waste collection vehicles, roll-off trucks and specialised vehicles such as road sweepers and skip cleaners

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 RENAC’s green banking programme launched for MENA RENAC's green banking programme launched for MENA

The Renewables Academy AG (RENAC), an international training provider for green energy technologies, has announced the start of the scholarship application phase for one of the trainings under its 18-month programme "Green Banking MENA - Capacity Building on Green Energy and Climate Finance"

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 CE-Ventures acquires stake in UAE’s logistics firm Transcorp CE-Ventures acquires stake in UAE's logistics firm Transcorp

CE-Ventures, the corporate venture capital arm of UAE-headquartered global conglomerate Crescent Enterprises, has invested in Transcorp International, one of the UAE's leading logistics and last-mile distribution service providers, acquiring a sizeable minority stake

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Driving sustainable goals Driving sustainable goals

The future of the UAE's transportation sector is being shaped by the ongoing trends globally, including climate change. Rhonita Patnaik reports. The full article has been published in the latest issue of Technical Review Middle East

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Energy for Prosperity Energy for Prosperity

As the UAE gears up to host the 24th edition of the prestigious World Energy Congress in Abu Dhabi next year, Dr. Matar Al Neyadi, undersecretary at the UAE Ministry of Energy and Industry and chairman of the UAE Organising Committee, speaks to Oil Review Middle East about his hopes for the event. The full article has been published in the latest issue of Oil Review Middle East

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 Desert solar initiative set to make Africa a renewable power-house Desert solar initiative set to make Africa a renewable power-house

The details of the "Desert to Power Initiative" have been outlined as part of the Paris Agreement climate change talks at COP24 in Katowice, Poland

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