Prime Minister Modi’s tour of the Middle East highlights a renewed appreciation of the Indian economy, but can regional construction leaders capitalise on the opportunities?
Software underpins many of the Kingdom's strategic projects, so organisations need to understand how to protect their investment, says NCC Group and Al Tamimi
Richard Sweatt, the Middle East representative of Euro Auctions, provides insights into the demand for used construction and agriculture equipment
Christine O’Callaghan, commercial manager, Off-Site Engineering Solutions
It is imperative that Energy Service Companies (ESCOs) are well regulated, writes Sougata Nandi, founder of 3e Advisory
Ever since the lifting of sanctions, Iran’s energy policy, strategy and activities have been attracting the constant gaze of key industry players from around the world, says Ekaterina Kalinenko of Euro Petroleum Consultants.
Nicholas Kjaer, general manager, Middle East for Churchill Drilling Tools, says that the ambtious firm’s rapid growth has been underpinned by its relationship with its clients
Will 2018 be a year of continued optimism? Projects are on the rise, investments are stabilising, and there’s lots of oil up for grabs from newly discovered resources.
The three-year record-high oil price currently looks good for Arab oil producers, but there is a long year ahead
It may be reasonable for Gulf construction leaders to expect order book declines in 2018, but the opportunities offered by the region’s expanding PPP network cannot be ignored
The new global standards for transportation fuel demand lower sulphur concentrations.
Clyde & Co’s Dino Wilkinson and Matthew Heywood detail the legal concerns that the construction sector should be aware of in relation to the use of BIM, including data ownership and intellectual property rights
Spending on waste infrastructure is steadily rising in the Gulf, but can the region’s current construction talent pool meet the demands of this new investment climate?
According to a new report, the Big-3 SVOD players – Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Video will triple their content budgets from licensed content to originals, to spend $10 billion annually by 2022.
Abhishek Shah, Co-Founder & Group CEO of RSA Global shares his thoughts on 6 current and future trends that will shape the UAE sector in 2018 and beyond.