Amman - May 12, 2015
The Prime Minister of Jordan will deliver the key-note speech on the opening of the Jordan International Energy Summit which is taking place on 19-20 May in Amman. The Prime Minister leads a first-class conference programme with Government, Public Sector and Private Sector industry leaders, as the "Jordan International Energy Summit and exhibition" (JIES) will present the key challenges and many opportunities in meeting Jordan's ongoing and future energy needs.
Held under the Patronage of HE Dr. Ibrahim Saif, Jordan's Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources; JIES is to be hosted by the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources as their official platform for meeting international companies and presentation of the multitude of energy projects presently ongoing or planned for the Kingdom.
Companies from 23 countries have confirmed their attendance featuring the leaders in all energy sectors, including: ABB, AES, Al Tamimi, Alstom, Arab Bank, BB Energy, Beltel Solar, BDI, BG Group, EBRD, Edama, Eesti Energia, Enefit, Eversheds, ENPPI, Exxon, Future Energy Projects, GDF Suez, GMA Petroleum, Housing Bank for Trade & Finance, Intrah, Jordan Atomic Energy Commission, Jordan National Lube Oil Co, Jordan Wind Project Co, JOSCO, K&M, Kawar Group, Kentz, Koualty, Medgeo, Ministry of Energy & Mineral Resources, Mitsubishi, NEPCO, NIAEP, OHL Industrial, Panmed Energy, Parsons Brinckerhoff, Petra Solar, PGESCo, Questerre, Rusatom, Schneider, Scientific Instruments, Shell, Siemens, SkyPower Global, Swicorp, Tractebel, Trowers & Hamlin, UKTI, US Embassy, Vestas, Wartsila, World Energy Council and YTL Power
The Ministry has confirmed that section heads and directorate will be actively engaged throughout the event and on hand to meet with domestic and international companies to ensure that JIES is a one-stop meeting place for all of Jordan's energy needs.
JIES is designed by the Ministry as a truly international event to highlight Jordan as a stable, developed, and exciting place to do business and focus specifically on the multitude of energy projects ongoing or pending in the Kingdom.