5-7 September 2016
Sheraton, Amman, Jordan

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Nuclear Energy MENA Agenda

The Nuclear Energy MENA forum has been developed with input from Jordan Atomic Energy Commission (JAEC), Ministry of Energy and Renewable Energy Egypt, S.N. Nuclearelectrica, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and many more to learn how to overcome challenges such as fuel cycle management, waste disposal and safe operations of a nuclear power plant.

Download the agenda now to see the list of confirmed sessions and speakers.

Additional Event Information

Which organisations attended Nuclear Energy MENA Summit in the past?

Download the past attendee snapshot to get an idea of the caliber of people you’ll meet at the conference.

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Interactive Map - MENA Nuclear Power Programmes

With a special focus on nuclear programmes in Jordan, Egypt, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and UAE,this interactive map will enable you to:

  • Gain an understanding of the projects and the investments in each
  • Recognise who the key stakeholders are, the current stage and completion date of each of these projects 
Download your copy of the interactive map now.

An Outline of MENAs Nuclear Energy Development Push

As a follow-up piece to our interactive project map, we have put together a more detailed report about the nuclear energy projects in Turkey, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt and Jordan. Download this report now to:
  • Find out the stages for ongoing projects in the region - details include: the latest technologies being used in each country, cost, key stakeholders involved and project updates
  • Discover the plans being designed to combat safety and security challenges

Presentations

Jordan Research and Training Reactor

Dr. Khalifeh AbuSaleem, Commissioner for Nuclear Research, JRTR Manager for the Jordan Atomic Energy Commission, has put together a presentation full of information on their reactor. Download the presentation and find out:
  • Planning, building and operation requirements for newcomer member states
  • Requirements for site evaluation and developing the infrastructure needed to support a research reactor 
  • What are the goals and objectives for Jordan’s research reactor
  • Capabilities and advantages of radioisotope production

Additional Event Information

Which organisations have already registered?

Download our current attendee list to see who you will meet at the event.