Desalination and Water Reuse Business Forum

Enhancing Climate Resilience for Cities

Tuesday, 10 July, 2.00pm – 5.00pm

Level 3, Heliconia 3404 - 3406

 

Water scarcity, or the fear of it, has driven strong demand in the desalination and water reuse industries. The demand for desalination is seeing no sign of abatement, while the cumulative installed capacity projected for water reuse is set to overtake that of desalination by 2022.

Get an overview & learn about key developments of desalination & water reuse markets across the world.

Time

Activity

2.00pm

Opening Remarks

By Ms Shannon McCarthy, Secretary General, International Desalination Association

2.05pm

Keynote Speech

By Dr Benedito Braga, President, World Water Council (Invited)

2.25pm

Context setting - 2018 trends in desalination and water reuse

By Mr Miguel Angel Sanz, President, International Desalination Association

2.50pm

Specific sharing of upcoming project(s) in Saudi Arabia

By His Excellency Eng. Ali Al-Hazmi, Governor, Saline Water Conversion Corporation

3.10pm

Specific sharing of upcoming project(s) in UAE

By His Excellency Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Invited)

3.30pm

TheDevelopmentoftheDesalinationMarketinChina

By Mr Li Youqing, Chief Executive Officer, ROPV

3.50pm

Sharing of Kiribati Desalination Project (funded by ADB)

By Ms Keisy Tarakabu, Coastal Engineer, Ministry of Infrastructure and Sustainable Energy, Kiribati

4.10pm

Panel Discussion

Questions and Answers

Moderated by Mr Carlos Cosin, Chief Executive Officer, Almar Water Solutions

  • His Excellency Eng. Ali Al-Hazmi, Governor, Saline Water Conversion Corporation
  • His Excellency Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Invited)
  • Mr Li Youqing, Chief Executive Officer, ROPV
  • Ms Keisy Tarakabu, Coastal Engineer, Ministry of Infrastructure and Sustainable Energy, Kiribati

5.00pm

End of Session

Networking

Information updated as of 11 May

 

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