Department of Energy
Abu Dhabi Department of Energy was established in accordance with Amiri Decree No. 13 of year 2017 in order to implement various programs, initiatives and projects with the aim of achieving a sustainable society in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi.
Guided by the visionary leadership of H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Abu Dhabi, and inspired by the Abu Dhabi 2030 plan for a sound, secure and sustainable economic future, the Department of Energy is responsible for the planning and direction of Abu Dhabi’s energy sector. Our role includes the formulation and implementation of public policies that drive the future direction and provisioning of the energy sector in all its forms.
The company’s web can be accessed at http://www.doe.gov.ae/
TAQA is an international energy and water company listed in Abu Dhabi operating in 11 countries across four continents. The word TAQA means energy in Arabic.
TAQA strives to run its company safely and sustainably, operating to the highest ethical standards. The company is proud to align its strategy to Abu Dhabi’s Economic Vision 2030, a road map for a sustainable economy with a focus on knowledge-based industry.
TAQA has investments in power generation, water desalination, oil and gas exploration and production, pipelines and gas storage. The company’s assets are located in Canada, Ghana, India, Iraq, Morocco, Oman, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Netherlands, United Kingdom and United States.
Marubeni Corporation is the lead developer of this Project. Marubeni Corporation was founded in 1858 and is one of the leading general trading companies in Japan and in the world as well.
Website of Marubeni Corporation: http://www.marubeni.com/index.html
The BTU Group (BTU) is a growing, diversified group of companies engaged in project development, equity investment, and asset management, focusing on the energy and energy-related industries in the Middle East, North Africa, and North and South East Asia.
BTU shares in TAPCO, AGPH and AGPS are currently under administration by Deloitte.
Powertek Berhad commenced business as one of the five pioneer Independent Power Purchasers (“IPP”) in Malaysia with its first privatised licence to build, own and operate (“BOO”) a 440 MW Open Cycle Gas Turbine (“OCGT”) power plant on a fast track basis in 1993.
The company’s web can be accessed at http://en.cgnpc.com.cn/
Since the company’s establishment in 1928, in Yokohama, Japan, JGC Corporation (“JGC”) has established itself as one of the world’s leading international EPC contractors.
The company’s World Wide Web can be accessed at http://www.jgc.co.jp