These include HRH Prince Mansour Bin Mutaib Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, minister, ministry of municipal & rural affairs; Dr Eng Habib M Zein Al Abideen, deputy minister, ministry of municipal & rural affairs; H.E. Dr Sulaiman Al Turki, acting deputy minister for economic affairs, ministry of finance; Dr Musleh Hamid Al-Otaibi, chief executive, Royal commission in Jubail; Majid Y Al-Mugla, vice president of project management, Saudi Aramco; Raymond Bourdeaux, lead infrastructure specialist, World Bank; Tariq Alshuhayeb, chief strategy officer, MODON and Walker Kimball, general manager, infrastructure & aviation at Bechtel.


“It is a testament to His Royal Highness Prince Mansour’s commitment to industrial expansion that this important event falls under his Auspices and his Ministry’s Patronage and will showcase some of the projects that he is ultimately responsible for,” said Peter Newton, VP Middle East, The CWC Group.
 
Saudi Infrastructure will showcase major investment opportunities and infrastructure projects, as well as highlighting how Saudi Arabia supports foreign investment and maintains a trusted stability within the global market. With the fastest growing and already largest economy in the Arab world, Saudi Arabia is an investment destination with a population soon to be in excess of 30 million.

Future Pipe, China Railway Construction Corporation, Parsons, Al Khodari, CRA International, Al Muhaidib, Yousef Bin Ahmed Kanoo, Shairco, ACWA Pipe, Schulz Group, Saudi Pipe Systems and Bravo amongst other companies are confirmed as sponsors and exhibitors.