Maghreb Infrastructure & Construction Summit: Uniting Government Bodies & Senior Experts to Discuss the Future Investments & Opportunities in the Maghreb Region

IRN, global summit organiser is proud to bring you new updates on the upcoming Maghreb Infrastructure & Construction Summit taking place 25-26 September at Le Royal Mansour Méridien Hotel in Casablanca, Morocco.

With the support from the Government officials from (Algeria, Tunisia & Morocco), the UK Trade & Investment (Morocco), Middle East Association (MEA), Algerian Trade & Exhibitions (ATE), and the Arab British Chamber of Commerce, the MIC Summit is being held at a crucial time.

The MIC 2013 summit will attract a wide range of senior level speakers, from Government bodies, Regional Infrastructure Companies, Global Institutions, Banks and International Investors.


“The first day of the Summit will focus on the latest transportation projects in the Maghreb region, from the rehabilitation of railways, to roads, ports and aviation development”

DAY 1: Expert Speakers

  • H.E Aziz Rabbah, Minister of Transport, Ministry of Transport Morocco
  • H.E Karim Harouni, Minister of Transport,Ministry of Transport Tunisia
  • Mr. Abdellah Benmaârouf, President- General Director,National Road Transport Society (SNTR)
  • Mr. Samir Belrhandoria, CEO, Morocco Infrastructure Fund, Morocco
  • Mr. Sebouai Lofti, Director of Infrastructure, Arab Maghreb Union, Algeria
  • Mr. Sami Zgueb, Director for External Relations, Ministry for Transport Tunisia
  • Mr. El-Hadi Djoumagh, Deputy Director, Algerian National Railway Transport Society (SNTF)
  • Mr. Hamid Badre, Associate Director, ABH Consulting and Support, Strategy and Business Development Africa, Morocco
  • Mr. Alain Nadeau, Head of Maghreb Division, European Investment Bank
  • China Railway Construction Corporation Representative
  • Mr. Dalil Guendouz, CEO, Moroccan Airports Authority
  • Mr. Abderrahmène Gamha, President and CEO, National Company for Tunisian Railways (SNCFT)
  • Mr. Salah Gharsallah, President Director General, Civil Society & Airport Authority
  • Mr. Mohammed Smouni, Director of Development, Moroccan National Office for Railways (ONCF)
  • Mr. Youssef Imghi, General Director, Tangier MED Engineering
  • Mr. Rachid Houari, Director, Tangier Med Port I
  • Mr. Sghir El Filali, Director of Regulation and Development of Ports, National Ports Agency of Morocco
  • Mr. Wei Wanzheng, General Director, CRCC, Algeria
  • Mr. Moritz Bruns, Managing Director, FRS


“The second day will focus on the energy sector in more detail; discussions will include energy efficiency, renewable energy programmes and utilizing different sources of energy for electricity production”

DAY 2: Expert Speakers

Senior-level Representatives, Ministry of Energy, Mines, Water and Environment

  • Mr. Alain Nadeau, Head of Maghreb Division, European Investment Bank
  • Mr. Adil Marghub, Manager of Infrastructure & Energy MENA Region, International Finance Corporation (IFC) Word Bank
  • Mr. Mohamed El Haouari, Director,National Agency for the Development of Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (ADEREE), Morocco
  • Mr. Mohamed Salhi, Chief of the Department Studies and Programmes, Moroccan National Office for Electricity and Water (ONEE)
  • Mr. Tarik Taki, Chief of the Department Engineering, Hydraulics and Renewable, Moroccan National Office for Electricity and Water (ONEE)
  • Mr. Mohamed Nahim, Director of Oil Exploration, National Office of Hydrocarbons and Mines (ONHYM)
  • Dr. Mohamed A.S. Abdel-Monem, Regional Team Leader of Ecosystem Management, Sub-Regional Coordinator for North Africa,United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)
  • Mr. Omar Benaicha, Country Chief Executive Morocco, Bureau Veritas
  • Ministry of Energy Algeria
  • Ministry of Energy Tunisia

To register or for further information on the Maghreb Infrastructure & Construction Summit, please contact:

Jessica Jonah 
+44 (0) 207 111 1615