Dec’19 | Cairo, Egypt
Infrastructure investment and development is an absolute priority for the current Egyptian government. By 2040 Egypt’s population is expected to have grown by 60% (from the current population of 97.5m to 161m). According to the G20’s Global Infrastructure Outlook (December 2018) Egypt will require a huge injection of investment over the next 20 years (USD $675bn) to develop its infrastructure needs.
The accelerated digital disruption currently transforming the built environment means that developing infrastructure on such a scale needs a whole new methodology. Investment needs to focus on the right technologies, to ensure what is built today will still be economically viable, socially inclusive and environmentally sustainable tomorrow.
Mar’20 | Johannesburg, South Africa
The scope and scale of oil & gas infrastructure development is positioning Sub Sahara Africa as a new ‘hotbed’ for hydrocarbon related investment, exploration and infrastructure build. The region also has a large portfolio of “digitally behind” assets – 30% of plants are estimated to have been in operation for 25+ years – which require retrofitting.
This two-day agenda has been created to enable attendees to undertake a comprehensive digital review of the performance of their respective business units and identify which future technologies they should invest in.