Archive for January, 2010

Opportunistic Time for Africa’s Renewable Energy Market

Thursday, January 28th, 2010

Energy Indaba

In a quest to secure an adequate supply of energy for the emerging economy and growing population, the focus in Africa has been largely centered on developing and restoring the continent’s power generators. Yet in this day and age of climate talks, there is the need for the continent to also make use of its vast potential of clean alternatives such as renewable biomass, wind or solar technology a largely underdeveloped market that could hold the key to Africa’s supply challenges and participation towards a sustainable future.

While the focus on energy supply and accessibility increase in Africa is important and much needed, there are some important questions to be considered and lessons to be learnt from leaders in clean energy such as Europe, says Sebastian von Wolff, a keynote speaker of the ENERGY INDABA 2010 that takes place at the Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg on February 24-26, 2010.

On a governmental level, this involves a move away from large scale government owned power projects and a clear call for a private sector driven and decentralised power supply for effective and efficient demand management. Europe took decades to cross that bridge from slow moving state-owned utilities to dynamic energy sector driven by the private sector. He also indicates to the opportunity for Africa to tap into the potential of Renewable Energy (RE) should be an integral part of a new power policy. Africa now has the opportunity of a double leap, from undersupply straight to a thriving private energy sector with a strong RE component, and thus jump over a phase of national utilities trying to meet the heavily increasing demand with concepts from an unsustainable fossil fuel age.

An expert in CDM and Carbon Finance in sub-Saharan Africa, von Wolff is presently the MD of Orbeo South Africa in Johannesburg, a joint-venture between French chemical company, Rhodia and French investment bank, Société Générale. As a trained engineer and an expert in renewable energy and energy efficiency technology, his experience extends to the German Energy Agency, a governmental initiative where he was the head of the department of international efficiency and renewable energy projects. Von Wolff has also been a consultant to a number of multinationals on their international energy and sustainability strategies.

At the ENERGY INDABA conference, Von Wolff will explore the subject of carbon finance, with a focus on supporting renewable energy finance. He will share his experience from different places and markets that he has worked in all over the world. Particularly for CDM and Carbon Finance, I want to give the audience a realistic picture of what it can offer and what it can’t, he says.

According to von Wolff, there is a great opportunity for eligible Carbon Finance in renewable power projects. CDM in general has long been focusing on power generation or efficiency projects in the industrial sector. Now, that private developers and investors are lining up to form an entirely new sector of IPP (Independent Power Producers), they need to understand and take advantage of the opportunities Carbon finance can give them, he says.

However, for the IPP sector to be thriving there needs to be a clear energy strategy developed between private and state owned stakeholders. The positive message now is that some governments are moving and more projects are slowly coming to light, says von Wolff. Having experienced the high quality and great atmosphere at the ENERGY INDABA last year, I have high expectations of the next event this February,says von Wolff. I expect – and am looking forward to meeting high level players and developers in the energy sector throughout the continent. I am also excited to meet the movers and innovative entrepreneurs in this market of the future.
ENDS
28 January 2010
Prepared by: Leigh-Anne Sa Joe
Siyenza Management
(011) 463 9184
leighanne@siyenza.za.com

On behalf of: ENERGY INDABA

Contact: Liz Hart
liz@siyenza.za.com

The V Eurasian Energy Forum “KazEnergy” 2010

Thursday, January 28th, 2010

In today’s competitive market, branding is without a doubt the most effective way of gaining greater exposure. The 5th Eurasian Energy Forum in Astana deliver more sales and distribution channels than any other energy, oil and gas industry events in Kazakhstan. Let this powerful audience know exactly how to find you at the 5th Eurasian Energy Forum 2010, through targeted or tailored sponsorships. Watch your ROI grow!

Kazakhstan Energy Week – A platform that unites the entire energy industry and oil and gas companies! Kazakhstan Energy Week – One of the most prestigious international events in Kazakhstan, which is being held at the highest level, and combines the energy and oil and gas industry: key leaders, experts, managers, producers and market players from suppliers to customers.

Kazakhstan Energy Week – Is a leading Eurasian Energy Forum, Where we discuss trends in the industry of oil and gas chemicals and refining, forming a unified and coherent policy of cooperation and search for new financial instruments for investing in a major international energy projects in the territory of the Eurasian continent, demonstrate new products and technologies reach strategic agreements with partners and customers.

Within Forum In 2009, a special Media Day, sponsored by the media and companies for more complete information about current trends and projects in the oil industry, as well as develop effective mechanisms for strategic interaction between the media and companies. At Media Day was held on performance management of major international energy corporations, government officials, experts.

Within two days of the Forum discussed issues of strategic alliances and partnerships in the oil and gas industry, development of power industry and energy transportation infrastructure projects, development of Kazakhstan sector of the Caspian Sea, the prospects of oil and gas chemicals and refining, forming a unified and coherent policy of cooperation and search for new financial instruments for investment the major international energy projects in the territory of the Eurasian continent.

Eurasia in general and Kazakhstan in particular, play an important role in ensuring the smooth transition to a new world energy order of sustainable development. In Kazakhstan this means attracting investment to the energy sector in highly competitive conditions.

World political and business leaders, in their relations with the governments of energy producing and exporting countries, are calling for the formation of strategic alliances as a rational alternative to the use of political leverage, and the major oil companies, as well as industrial and service companies, have significant experience at cooperating with the governments and other entities in such countries. This cooperation is based on the principles of preserving global energy security, achieving a balance of interests on world commodity markets, developing eco-efficiency and local content, introducing advanced technology, creating joint ventures and much else.

The goal of the Eurasian Energy Forum is to focus the attention of experts and key decision makers in the global energy commodities market on discussing the main issues of the energy sector’s development in a changing world market situation, formulating and agreeing a unified policy of common action, and using modern approaches to regulating relations of partnership in Kazakhstan’s oil and gas sector.

If you are interested in becoming a sponsor at 5th Eurasian Energy Forum 2010 and to receive proposal on branding and marketing opportunities listed above, simply contract me by email or call me on +44207 617 7532 or email: oksana@caspian-events.com to setup a time to discuss your company marketing objectives.
Please don\’t hesitate to contact me with any questions. I’ll be happy to give you a personal advice of each of the positions found for your marketing strategy.

Freight task crucial to Rudd in election build-up

Thursday, January 28th, 2010

Washington State Convention Center drops Trade from name

Tuesday, January 26th, 2010

Washington State Convention Center

The Washington State Convention and Trade Center has shortened its name, dropping the word “Trade� from its official title.

Our new name better describes the true nature of our business ” the Northwest’s premier gathering place for conventions, meetings and exhibitions, said Michael McQuade, director of sales and marketing for the facility, in a statement.

He added the change won’t affect any account information, business process or points of contact at the center, which is located at 800 Convention Place in downtown Seattle.

Source:

ENERGY AT THE CENTRE OF AFRICA’S FUTURE GROWTH

Monday, January 25th, 2010

Opinioned leaders representing the African continent at the UN Climate Change Talks in Copenhagen in December 2009 displayed their strong belief to the world that countries on the continent have a vital role to play in preventing the destructive consequences of global warming. Their unyielding belief demonstrated the continent’s commitment to cooperate with the global community for this important cause. However, Africa’s struggle to transform its natural resources into a source of wealth for its impoverished population, has made it obvious that the continent has either much to lose – or potentially gain during the possible environmental transition. But there is the need to look at this – as well as other related areas in Africa understood as the need for African solutions to African problems, famously phrased by political economist, George Ayittey. This particularly applies to the situation on energy sustainability in Africa where 35 countries on the continent are experiencing a power crisis, and only a quarter of Africans have access to electricity*.

The second annual ENERGY INDABA 2010 to be hosted on February 24-26, 2010 at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg is widely recognised in the energy sector for its role in bringing key decision makers and leaders together to focus on energy availability in Africa, and to help develop innovative solutions that will increase accessibility to power in homes. “Our ENERGY INDABA in 2009 provided a very real scenario of energy in Africa, such as the need for greater attention to other forms of energy such as fossil, nuclear and hydro; the need for good leadership; and the importance of creating an environment suitable for investors. All of these were concluded by decision makers and leaders – from all over Africa and the world – who were present at the event,â€? says Liz Hart, MD of Siyenza Management, the Project Management Company of the ENERGY INDABA. “We anticipate that this will continue at this year’s ENERGY INDABA, where our delegates will once again bring forth their ideas and experience to create practical and workable solutions on energy that will enrich the continent and its people.

The ENERGY INDABA is set to be the largest ENERGY event on the African continent. In addition to its endorsement by the South African Department of Energy, this event has been recognised as an official World Energy Council (WEC) event, with the association hosting its annual African Regional Meeting alongside the conference and exhibition.
“The conclusions reached at this year’s event will contribute to one of our deliverables of publishing a paper, The Future of Energy in Africa: 2010 2015. This will be prepared through extensive consultation that will take place throughout the forum and beyond. explains Hart. We foresee this to be released by July/August 2010 and the paper to be assessed at our next event in 2011.

The ENERGY INDABA 2010 has a line up of speakers with a broad knowledge and understanding of developing this sector in Africa. “We have speakers from South Africa, Africa and countries including Australia, United Kingdom, Germany and China. Established as experts in their respected fields, they will provide insight and encourage debate around the very serious issue of energy. We believe that this, together with our high profile delegates, will, amongst others, influence policies and implement technologies that will support this sector, says Hart.

Some of the keynote speakers that will cover topics are:
SA Minister of Energy, Elizabeth Dipuo Peters on African Energy Outlook 2010’
Jerry Vilakazi, CEO of Business Unity South Africa on Doing Business for Ourselves on making Africa an accessible destination and Africans empowering Africa
Prof Abubakar Sambo, Vice-President for Africa, World Energy Council for an overview of the African Energy Sector
Dr Latsoucabé Fall, Regional Manager Africa, World Energy Council on Access to Energy: Empowering Africa’s Development
Arthur Hanna, Accenture, Overseas Accentures Global Energy Board in London and Industry Managing Director of Accenture’s Energy Practice on Global energy trends and the impact on Africa’
Thulani Gcabashe, Executive Chairman of BuiltAfrica Holdings on ‘Energising Africa – the road ahead to achieve sustainable energy systems in Africa

The other high-profile speakers include:
Brian Statham, Chairman of the South African National Energy Association
Dr Yves Guenon, Engineer and PhD in Physics Director of Business Development at AREVA

There will also be interactive sessions during the conference. With numerous energy projects in the pipeline in and around Africa, Paul Runge, MD of Africa Project Access will facilitate a session around ‘Infrastructure Development, where projects such as the Zafarana Wind Project in Egypt that will supply 600 GWH per annum of power into the country’s national grid will be discussed in detail. Also joining this session is Dr Mohammed Abdel-Rahmen, energy expert at the NEPAD Secretariat.
The session on climate change and sustainable development will address the various aspects that relate to this including the regulatory framework for a low carbon energy future, the success of CDM, the Clean Development Mechanism of the Kyoto Protocol/Copenhagen and the role of carbon credits in Africa.
With only 7 per cent of Africa’s hydro-power potential being realised – compared to 33 per cent globally, Africa is neglecting one source of renewable energy. This session will expand on global and innovative technology trends that could be implemented in Africa to reduce its carbon footprint in areas such as nuclear, wind, biofuels, carbon capture and ocean energy. A panel of experts in renewable technologies Dr Yves Guenon of AREVA and Prof Abubakar Sambo of the World Energy Council will sit in this session.

The ENERGY INDABA 2010 will also provide the opportunity for exclusive networking sessions with the Business Matchmaking Program for delegates, exhibitors, speakers and visitors to meet and discuss issues with each other. When delegates confirm their attendance, the ENERGY INDABA 2010 Business Matchmaking Team will profile the company they represent and provide access to an online matchmaking program. Through this, businesses are able to confirm meetings with interested parties and meet with them at a central point at the ENERGY INDABA. “This will provide an opportunity to exchange ideas, develop resolutions, and establish partnerships or business opportunities, says Hart.

* Source: Millennium Development Goals of the MDG African Steering Group: 2008
-Ends-
Note to Editors:
ENERGY INDABA 2010: A Time of Change

ENERGY INDABA 2010 A Time for Innovation, Solutions and Alternatives is the event theme chosen by the Steering Programme Advisory Committee for ENERGY INDABA 2010.
The flagship African energy event is an annual event on the Africa business calendar with a specific focus on exploring solutions for a new energy future for Africa. With the recent ever increasing world-wide attention to Energy, ENERGY INDABA 2010 provides an ideal platform to encourage debate as well as creating the stage for a networking climate conducive for companies and individuals to interact.
The event forms part of the African business calendar, which will promote sustainable development initiatives across the African continent.

DATES: 24 -26 February 2010
WEBSITE: www.energyafricaexpo.com
ENQUIRIES: info@siyenza.za.com
Liz Hart + 27 83 227 5156

RELEASE PREPARED BY:
Siyenza Management: Leigh-Anne Sa Joe
Tel: +27 11 463 9184
Email: leighanne@siyenza.za.com

6th Data Centres Europe 2010

Saturday, January 23rd, 2010

6th Data Centres Europe
Espaces Antipolis
Sophia Antipolis
[near Nice]
France
22-23 April 2010

Data Centres Europe is the premier regional networking hub for all companies engaged in the sector, combining an outstanding conference, multi player exhibition and annual Awards Dinner – and takes place at the Espaces Antipolis, near Nice, France 22-23 April 2010. Renowned for providing the latest market intelligence, technology insight and tremendous networking opportunities, the event brings together enterprise IT leadership and decision makers in third party IT outsourcing with operators and service providers, investors and solutions companies engaged in the sector.

www.datacentres.com/dce

Contact details
T + 44 (0) 20 7385 9218
F + 44 (0) 870 922 3452
E enquiries@datacentres.com

Contact: Richard Baxter

Fleming Gulf’s 3rd Middle East Energy Security Forum

Saturday, January 16th, 2010


Fleming Gulf’s ’3rd Middle East Energy Security Forum MEESEC 2010
26 – 28 April 2010, Bahrain

Develop & Deploy Strategic & Intensive Security Mechanisms in Preparation for the Unanticipated

Following the overwhelming success of the conference over the last two years, Fleming Gulf is delighted to announce its 3rd Middle East Energy Security Forum 2010 scheduled to take place on 26th – 28th April 2010, Bahrain.

Bringing together some of the brightest minds from leading regional and international organizations, with opportunities to share knowledge and vast areas of experience, MEESEC 2010 is the Middle East’s leading -must attend energy security forum- that reveals the latest strategies & technologies which can be implemented to effectively mitigate threats. The event will address the increasing need for the effective and efficient integration of operations into an overall business security strategy as well as the implications behind such integration into the business. The strongest point of our events has been format of conference which allows good interaction between the participants. Moreover the event is a must not miss gathering of security professionals commented Shefiu Ismael, Conference Producer at Fleming Gulf and responsible for this event.

Taking place over 3 days, the event has proven itself to be the focal point for discussion on the best practices, innovative solutions and creative ideas on successful key security issues.

The third in a series of successful annual forums, the event aims to emulate the success of its predecessors by strategically meeting the heavy demands on the energy security today.
Enriched speaker panel (leading industrial figures from renowned organizations like : Qatar Petroleum, College of North Atlantic, QatarGas, Honeywell Security Middle East, American Society Industrial Security (ASIS), Qatar, Pakistan Petroleum Ltd, Dolphin Energy, RasGas, Nabors Drilling Internal Ltd, Anadarko Petroleum, Department of Energy “Energy Security Division, USA, King Abdullah University, KSA, Australian Institute Of Public Safety, Raytheon, Qatar etc) and due support of American Society Industrial Security (ASIS), Doha Chapter and our premium sponsors (Qatar Petroleum, Olive Group, Honeywell, Raytheon, College of North Atlantic, Siemens and Stratos ) contributed to the overwhelming success of the forum last year.

Hence, the event promises to be even bigger and spectacular this year with a 3 days highly focused program that will be finely crafted in support of our distinguished panel of advisors who are expert leaders in regional and international security sector ,just to name a few Robert Ream, Deputy Director – Directorate Industrial Security, Qatar Petroleum, Qatar, Nigel Carpenter, Former Deputy Group Head of Security, BP, Managing Director, GSR Associates, Dennis Shepp, Independent Security Management Consultant & Advisor, Special Security Services – KAUST, KSA, Lachlan Simpkins, former Security Operations Manager, Nabors Drilling and current Security Consultant, UAE, Williams Kenanagha, Security Operations Manager, Total Nigeria, Nigeria. Discussions vary from current security challenges, in depth examination of terrorist threats and latest emergency response strategies, evaluation of brand new security technologies, solutions, products and services, that could help safeguard company infrastructure, focussed session on Iraq, and many more.

For more information please visit http://www.fleminggulf.com/conferences/energy/2nd-middle-east-energy-security-forum-meesec-2009-2-1?partner=goingtm or contact Fleming Gulf on tel: + 971 4 6091 575, e-mail: maria.luminita@fleminggulf.com

About Fleming Gulf

Fleming Gulf events are carefully designed to provide key strategic business information and the best networking opportunities for the participants. Our business to business conferences are highly interactive events with a limited number of delegates from specialized industry sectors. For each conference Fleming Gulf brings together selected senior level executives who become part of a premium community discussing the questions of the day and enjoying the value of a five star event.

26 – 28 April ’10:3rd Middle East Energy Security Forum (MEESEC 2010) in Bahrain

Wednesday, January 13th, 2010

”Develop & Deploy Strategic & Intensive Security Mechanisms in Preparation for the Unanticipated”

Following the overwhelming success of the conference over the last two years, Fleming Gulf is delighted to announce its 3rd Middle East Energy Security Forum 2010 scheduled to take place on 26th – 28th April 2010, Bahrain.

”Bringing together some of the brightest minds from leading regional and international organizations, with opportunities to share knowledge and vast areas of experience, MEESEC 2010 is the Middle East’s leading -must attend energy security forum- that reveals the latest strategies & technologies which can be implemented to effectively mitigate threats. The event will address the increasing need for the effective and efficient integration of operations into an overall business security strategy as well as the implications behind such integration into the business. The strongest point of our events has been format of conference which allows good interaction between the participants. Moreover the event is a must not miss gathering of security professionals commented Shefiu Ismael, Conference Producer at Fleming Gulf and responsible for this event.

Taking place over 3 days, the event has proven itself to be the focal point for discussion on the best practices, innovative solutions and creative ideas on successful key security issues.

The third in a series of successful annual forums, the event aims to emulate the success of its predecessors by strategically meeting the heavy demands on the energy security today.
Enriched speaker panel (leading industrial figures from renowned organizations like : Qatar Petroleum, College of North Atlantic, QatarGas, Honeywell Security Middle East, American Society Industrial Security (ASIS), Qatar, Pakistan Petroleum Ltd, Dolphin Energy, RasGas
Nabors Drilling Internal Ltd, Anadarko Petroleum, Department of Energy Energy Security Division, USA, King Abdullah University, KSA, Australian Institute Of Public Safety, Raytheon, Qatar etc) and due support of American Society Industrial Security (ASIS), Doha Chapter and our premium sponsors (Qatar Petroleum, Olive Group, Honeywell, Raytheon, College of North Atlantic, Siemens and Stratos ) contributed to the overwhelming success of the forum last year.

Hence, the event promises to be even bigger and spectacular this year with a 3 days highly focused program that will be finely crafted in support of our distinguished panel of advisors who are expert leaders in regional and international security sector ,just to name a few Robert Ream, Deputy Director Directorate Industrial Security, Qatar Petroleum, Qatar, Nigel Carpenter, Former Deputy Group Head of Security, BP, Managing Director, GSR Associates, Dennis Shepp, Independent Security Management Consultant & Advisor, Special Security Services KAUST, KSA, Lachlan Simpkins, former Security Operations Manager, Nabors Drilling and current Security Consultant, UAE, Williams Kenanagha, Security Operations Manager, Total Nigeria, Nigeria. Discussions vary from current security challenges, in depth examination of terrorist threats and latest emergency response strategies, evaluation of brand new security technologies, solutions, products and services, that could help safeguard company infrastructure, focussed session on Iraq, and many more.

For more information please, click here contact Fleming Gulf on tel: + 971 4 6091 575, e-mail: maria.luminita@fleminggulf.com

About Fleming Gulf

Fleming Gulf events are carefully designed to provide key strategic business information and the best networking opportunities for the participants. Our business to business conferences are highly interactive events with a limited number of delegates from specialized industry sectors. For each conference Fleming Gulf brings together selected senior level executives who become part of a premium community discussing the questions of the day and enjoying the value of a five star event.

12 – 14 April ’10:5th annual HR Strategies in Oil, Gas and Petrochemicals 2010 in Doha, Qatar

Wednesday, January 13th, 2010

Given the overwhelming success on the signature event HR Strategies in Oil, Gas and Petrochemicals, Fleming Gulf will continue the glory of its 5th annual HR Strategies in Oil, Gas and Petrochemicals 2010 located in the same place- Doha, Qatar starting from 12-14 April 2010.

Taking place over 3 days, the event has proven itself to be the focal point for discussion on the best practices, innovative solutions and creative ideas on successful HR strategies.

The fifth in a series of successful annual forums, the event aims to emulate the success of its predecessors by strategically meeting the heavy demands on the HR industry today. Discussions varies from current challenges in recruiting new talent in the Oil, Gas & Petrochemicals Industry, how to developing local Talent to match International standards, Strategic Talent Management A challenge which requires continued attention of the business, how to build Learning Organization in the context of Human Resource Development and Organizational Change and many more discussions aimed to answer how does HR move from a traditional function to a modern strategic approach?

The meeting gathers in Doha some of the leading industrial figures, each a stakeholder in HR, to share their insights and valuable experiences on best practices on HR, just to name a few: Stephanie Cox- Schlumberger (France) , Dr. Axel Bode -Wintershall Group (Germany), Freddy Becker- Shell Upstream International (UAE), Abdulrahman Al Tuwaijri- Saudi Aramco (Saudi Arabia), Khalid M. Al-Buhairan -Saudi Arabian Chevron (Kuwait), Mundhir Al Barwani -Petroleum Development Oman, Shahzad Sadan- Al Hassan Group of Companies (Oman), Abdulkarim Yahya Hilal, Bahrain National Gas Company- Hussain Redha- Ministry of Labor, Bahrain.

Rudinov Vincent, Senior Conference Producer at Fleming Gulf and responsible for this event quotes, Human Resource issues are of growing importance in the Middle East as economies growing on petro-dollars restructure & localize their traditionally heavy expatriate workforce. The oil, gas & petrochemicals sector is no exception to this. Within the next 5 to 10 years, Oil, Gas &
Petrochemical companies will face a severe shortage of qualified staff. The average age of staff in this Industry is nearing retirement. The challenge here is not just to identify the right talent, but to identify & nurture local talent hence this year event will take HR to the boardroom, from just being a traditional function to now being a strategic function in the company’s bottom line. The strongest point of our events has been format of conference which allows good interaction between the participants. Moreover the event is a must not miss gathering of industry leaders and HR professionals.

For more information please, click here contact Fleming Gulf on tel: + 971 4 6091 575, e-mail: maria.luminita@fleminggulf.com

About Fleming Gulf

Fleming Gulf events are carefully designed to provide key strategic business information and the best networking opportunities for the participants. Our business to business conferences are highly interactive events with a limited number of delegates from specialized industry sectors. For each conference Fleming Gulf brings together selected senior level executives who become part of a premium community discussing the questions of the day and enjoying the value of a five star event.

How to market your Institution to be amongst the Top Brands

Tuesday, January 12th, 2010

 


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This year, realise branding as an emerging trend that allows institutions of higher learning to meet the challenge of developing a sustainable brand. Asia Business Forum’s Branding and Marketing Higher Education Conference presents to you the challenges and opportunities in positioning your institution strategically among your competitors and how best to leverage on the revolutionary tactics shared by our array of global speakers. Join us at this 2-day ideas provoking conference and learn through case studies on how universities have gained global recognition for their established brands by overcoming the following challenges: 

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Strategic corporate planning

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Founder and President - HELP University College

Director -National Higher Education Research Institute (IPPTN), Universiti of Sains Malaysia

Chief Executive - The Obeservatory on Borderless Higher Education (OBHE), UK

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