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Detailed Event Information For The Gulf Infrastructure Summits Detailed Event Information For The Gulf Infrastructure Summits
The Gulf Infrastructure Summits -- Architectural/Constr./Engineering SVC, Aviation Services, Building Products, Construction Eq., Oil/Gas/Mineral Prod/Explor Serv., Port/Shipbuilding Eq., Renewable Energy Eq., Telecommunications Services, Transportation Serv. (other than Aviation), Water Resources Eq./Services
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Location/Date: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia 03/14/2021 - 03/19/2021
Event Summary:
These Infrastructure Summits will be held in Abu Dhabi, UAE on Sunday, March 14th and Riyadh, KSA on Wednesday, March 17th, and in Cairo and Tunis in September 2021. The events will feature top decision makers from Ministries and procuring agencies who will present on upcoming infrastructure projects and deals to the attending American companies. Some topics that will be covered at the conference include upcoming projects in renewable and emerging energy, oil & gas, power storage and transmission, and transportation, along with information about U.S. government and other project financing resources, and tendering and supply processes. Representatives from U.S. government trade and infrastructure-related agencies will attend the Summit. There will be opportunities for American companies to meet with these U.S. government officials as well as local government officials and businesses, both during the Summit and on its margins. There will also be a number of networking opportunities for participants and time between conferences for American companies to hold additional meetings with contacts made during the Summit. American companies may also request additional fee-based matchmaking meetings that can occur during the Summit and on its margins.

Contacts:
Gary Rand, Riyadh
Deputy Senior Commercial Officer
Phone: +966 11-488-3800 Ext 4966
Gary.Rand@trade.gov
James Cramer, OIO-ANESA
International Trade Specialist
Phone: 1-202-482-0879
James.Cramer@trade.gov
Matt Baker, North Texas
International Trade Specialist
Phone: 817-701-6350
Matt.baker@trade.gov
Mike Calvert, OIO-ANESA
Commercial Officer
Phone: +1 202-657-9645
Mike.Calvert@trade.gov
Haisum Shah, Portland OR
International Trade Specialist
Phone: 5033471708
Haisum.Shah@trade.gov

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