- Nov. 20, 2012 - CLAPHAM JUNCTION, U.K. --
Industry expert Dr Willy Kotiuga, Senior Director, Hydro Division, SNC-Lavalin, is confirmed to present at the SWPF Product & Innovation Theatre, on the Pre-feasibility Study of a 1000 MW Seawater Pumped Storage Plant in Saudi Arabia, which has been co-authored by Dr Saleh Al-Awaji, Deputy Minister for Water, Ministry of Water & Electricity;
Dr Luai Muhammad Al-Hadhrami, King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals, Saudi Arabia; Mohammed Arif, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Saudi Arabia; Khaled Y Al-Soufi, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Saudi Arabia. Complementing the prestigious Forum, the theatre, a new feature for the SWPF Exhibition 2012, taking place 3-4 December 2012, Jeddah Hilton, Saudi Arabia, will be host to case studies from water and power professionals active in Saudi Arabia.
The Product Theatre, will address the challenges and solutions with water treatment in Saudi Arabia and the current opportunities with solar power usage, in ten 30-minute sessions. These content based presentations will provide exhibition visitors with insights into the dynamics of the industry and opportunities to network with peers.
Distinguished presenters include: Amrish Rathi, MENA Manager, Water Division, Pall Corporation;
Ahmad Al-Shuha, Technical Director, Corodex Industries; Wasfi Sawalha, Regional Sales Manager, Toray Membrane; Miller Truby, Regional Account Manager, Professional Water Technologies, Omya; Hachemi Loucif, Head of Desalination, Outokumpu Stainless AB; Kiomars Dabbagh, Managing Director, Schott Solar; Ali Hamam, Country Manager, Saudi Arabia & Kuwait, Millenium Energy Industries; Willy Kotiuga, Senior Director, Global Power division, SNC-Lavalin;
Daniel Rudolph, Head of Department Industrial Hydrodynamics, Deltares; Mustapha Lakhdari, Manager, Goutra.
“The Product & Innovation Theatre is a fantastic addition to the prestigious 8th edition of the Saudi Water & Power Forum Exhibition. The Theatre will feature 10 sessions from industry experts who will all provide insights on current projects that are in line with the Kingdom’s ambitious energy agenda. Attending a session will provide up-to-date answers regarding ground breaking developments, advances in water treatment and desalination technologies in the Kingdom.”
Sebastien David, Exhibition Manager, SWPF 2012
The SWPF Exhibition will bring together industry professionals, manufacturers, suppliers and contractors-
giving them direct access to project directors, GCC ministries, government bodies and high-level decision makers. Organised by industry experts CWC Group in partnership with the Bushnak Academy, and on behalf of the Saudi Ministry of Water & Electricity, SWPF is the foremost platform for business in the water and power sectors in the Kingdom.