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Business activities & Projects Middle East

Construction of a solar power steam plant in Oman

Glass Point will use its solar technology to produce up to 100,000 barrels of steam a day. Occidental Oman will use the steam for heavy oil production.

Middle East Supply chain & Procurement

Rosatom selected Assystem to support Atomstroyexport

Rosatom selected Assystem to support Atomstroyexport. The firm will focus in the licensing permit for the construction of Al Dabaa nuclear power plant in Egypt.

Middle East Safety & Regulation

Nawah Energy Company first standards for the operations of Barakah

ENEC announced the publication of the first standards for the operations of nuclear plants and facilities in English.

Marketing & Strategy Middle East

109 billion USD of investment in MENA

MENA will need US$ 55 billion to secure an additional 43 gigawatts of electricity and US$ 34 billion for transport, and energy storage became a new focus.

Business activities & Projects Middle East

US$ 4.61 billion contract awarded to Oman Oil Company

The contract of US$ 4.61 billion awarded by Kuwait International Petroleum Company to Oman Oil Company is the largest project financing in the country

Marketing & Strategy Middle East

Attracting investments in the Saudi’s nuclear energy sector

The Saudi’s Investment Authority signed recently an agreement with the KA CARE to attract investments in the field of nuclear and renewable energy.

Greater China Marketing & Strategy Middle East

The Arab-China Cooperation Forum

The Arab-China Cooperation Forum targeted energy investment opportunities and challenges faced by China and the Arab countries in five sectors

Latin America Technology

Overview of the nuclear energy in Brazil in one week

UFRJ promoted a week of Nuclear Engineering, that aimed to debate among the sectors related to Engineering, Physics and Nuclear Energy in Brazil

India Subcontinent Marketing & Strategy

India postpones its target in nuclear power generation

Within the next seven years, the government’s goal to triple the nuclear energy goal is not seen to be fulfilled. The central government is indirectly acknowledging that the current capacity