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    • In-depth analysis of the currentand future projects in the region 2012 AGENDA
    • MEED Insight Expert Series – 2012 Agenda Speakers: Edmund O’ Sullivan, Chairman, MEED Events Edmund O’Sullivan is Chairman of MEED Events. A writer, broadcaster and expert about Middle East political and economic affairs, O’Sullivan is a graduate from the London School of Economics in monetary economics. He was made Editor in 1985, Editor-in-Chief in 1988 and has been a director of MEED since 1989. After seven years as MEED’s Publishing Director, O’Sullivan moved to Dubai in September 2003. In his capacity as Chairman of MEED Events, he moderates MEED’s conferences. Ed James, Head, MEED Insight Ed James has been with MEED for eight years. Until September 2008 he was MEED’s Gulf Bureau Chief. He wrote features and news for MEED magazine on nearly all of the countries of the region. His specific areas of expertise are hydrocarbons, power and water, and the petrochemical market. He has also worked as a consultant in the Gulf for UK risk consultancy firm Control Risks. He is a regular guest commentator on Middle East issues for news channels such as the BBC, CNN and ABC News and is a regular speaker at events in the region. Jennifer M. Aguinaldo, Senior Analyst, MEED Insight Jennifer Aguinaldo possesses over ten years of experience as an IT and business journalist, researcher and analyst in Southeast Asia and the Middle East. She has managed and executed research on ICT, oil and gas, education, healthcare and services sectors since joining MEED Insight in April 2010. She has also contributed articles to MEED magazine. Jennifer has degrees in education and business. Angus Hindley, Research Editor, MEED Insight Angus Hindley has worked for MEED for more than 20 years. In this time, he has spent nine years in Dubai as Gulf editor and travelled extensively across the region, reporting on a wide range of sectors including construction, oil and gas, petrochemicals, industry and tourism. Since April 2007, he has worked as MEED research editor, providing bespoke and off-the-shelf reports for a wide cross section of both public and private clients. Colin Foreman, News Editor, MEED Mathew Martin, Banking & Finance Editor, MEED Matthew is MEED’s Banking & Finance Editor responsible for coverage of the finance industry across the Middle East region. In addition to the financial sector, Matthew also specialises in the economy of Saudi Arabia and Bahrain. Matthew joined MEED’s London- based editorial team in early 2007 and relocated to Dubai later that year. Prior to MEED he was at the newswire AFX, where he covered UK economics, and before that he covered the foreign exchange markets at FX Week. He has also spent time writing for the UK finance community at Finance Week. Date & Venue:© Emap 2012. The programme may change due to unforeseen circumstances. Emap reserves the right to alter the venue and/or speakers.
    • MEED Insight Expert Series – 2012 Agenda Date Venue Country th 20 May, 2012 The Westin Abu Dhabi Golf Resort & Spa Abu Dhabi, UAE Organised alongside Arabian World Construction Summit 5th July, 2012 Jumeirah Carlton Tower London, UK Organised alongside Qatar Infrastructure Projects Conference September, 2012 TBC Riyadh, Saudi Arabia Organised alongside Saudi Arabia Infrastructure Projects Conference For more information on pricing and how to register yourself, contact: Gerard Mangubat Tel: +971 (0)4 3757995 Email: gerard.mangubat@meed-dubai.com© Emap 2012. The programme may change due to unforeseen circumstances. Emap reserves the right to alter the venue and/or speakers.
    • MEED Insight Expert Series – 2012 Agenda Agenda: 08:30 Registration and coffee 09:00 Chairman’s opening remarks Edmund O’ Sullivan, Chairman, MEED Events THE BIG PICTURE 09:15 Macroeconomic and political outlook across the Middle East: Implications on the projects market in the region - Analysis of the current political and economic situation - Emerging trends and implications - Investor sentiment across the Middle East - MEED’s 2020 vision for the region 09:45 A geographical assessment of the region’s projects market - Impact of the political unrest to the region’s projects market - GCC - North Africa - Levant 10:15 Morning refreshments SECTOR OUTLOOK 10:45 Power - Demand and supply trends - Future investment requirements 11:15 Construction - Real estate and infrastructure sectors: What are the existing challenges and new opportunities? - Potential risks 12:00 Lunch & Networking 13:00 Oil & Gas and Petrochemicals - Analysis of country capacity plans - Detailing future upstream and downstream projects 14:00 Infrastructure & Transport - Upcoming projects and new opportunities - Expansion plans across the region INDUSTRY TRENDS 14:45 Hot markets: Iraq and Qatar - Opportunities in Iraq as it opens up to investment - Evaluating the Qatar Projects Market in light of the 2022 World Cup© Emap 2012. The programme may change due to unforeseen circumstances. Emap reserves the right to alter the venue and/or speakers.
    • MEED Insight Expert Series – 2012 Agenda 15:30 Afternoon refreshments 16:00 Financing options: Moving towards PPP? - Risk assessment and financiers’ appetite - The push for PPP 16:30 Future outlook – Market forecast of the Middle East Projects Market 17:00 Chairman’s closing remarks and end of day© Emap 2012. The programme may change due to unforeseen circumstances. Emap reserves the right to alter the venue and/or speakers.