Saudi Arabia 2020 - Utilities

The government is moving at pace to expand energy and water output to meet growing demand from businesses and individual consumers. Saudi Arabia’s ambitious plans to upgrade its utilities networks, while aligning more closely to market prices, make the Kingdom an increasingly attractive proposition for investors. There is an established framework for private participation and a track record of government will to increase the role played by the private sector in the Kingdom’s transformation towards cleaner and renewable sources of energy, according to targets outlined in Vision 2030. This chapter contains interviews with Mohammed Al Mowkley, CEO, National Water Company; and Khaled Al Qureshi, CEO, Saudi Water Partnership Company.

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Interviews & Viewpoints

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Khaled Al Qureshi, CEO, Saudi Water Partnership Company: Interview

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