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The MEE 2021 exhibitor directory will be available soon. In the meantime, please check out the Energy & Utilities Marketplace to browse thousands of trusted suppliers and cutting-edge products. 

View the MEE 2020 exhibitor list here.

You can search for a product in the exhibitor directory (available soon) or in the Energy & Utilities Marketplace.

You can be part of Middle East Energy by participating as an exhibitor, visitor, delegate or as a sponsor.

To exhibit at MEE 2021: please fill in the apply for a stand form.

To visit MEE 2021: please register your interest and we will update you when the registration opens.

To become a sponsor for MEE 2021: please fill in the sponsorship opportunity form.

The Global Energy & Utilities Forum is a series of keynote and technical sessions, run under the patronage of the Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure. The Forum will bring together leading government authorities, regulators, industry practitioners and solution providers to enable thought leading discussions on the future of the energy and utilities industry as it moves towards a diverse, digitised and sustainable future. Find out more here.

The 46th edition of Middle East Energy will be held at Dubai World Trade Centre, Dubai, UAE from 14 - 16 June 2021.

  • Monday 14 June: 10am – 6pm
  • Tuesday 15 June: 10am – 6pm
  • Wednesday 16 June: 10am – 6pm

There are several parking options available:

  • Opposite Novotel:
    • Al Mustaqbal Street: Paid parking
    • Taxi rank
    • Overflow parking: Free parking
  • Behind Sheikh Maktoum and Sheikh Rashid Hall:
    • Exhibition Street parking: Paid parking
  • Rashid Tower:
    • Multi-Storey: Paid parking 
  • Next to Dubai Trade Centre Hotel Apartments:
    • RTA paid parking zone
  • Valet Parking: 
    • Not available

Download the parking map here.

MEE will be organised in accordance with Informa’s AllSecure health and safety standard. As the world’s leading events’ organiser, Informa has developed a detailed set of enhanced measures to provide the highest levels of hygiene and safety at its events, providing everyone with reassurance and confidence they are participating in a safe and controlled environment. Find out more about our commitment to your health and safety here.

Yes, the Middle East Energy 2021 exhibition is free to visit.

Sign up here to be notified when registration opens.

You can register online before or during the show. Online registration will be available soon.

Sign up here to be notified when registration opens.

Metro:
Take the red line metro route to the Dubai World Trade Centre Metro Station.
The metro operates from Sunday to Wednesday from 05:50-00:00, and on Thursday from 05:50-01:00.

Go to www.rta.ae for more information.

Taxis:
The official Dubai Transport Taxis can be recognised by their cream colour and will charge you by the meter. Ladies-only taxis are also available.

To book a taxi call +971 4 2080808.

Taxi pick-up is available at the venue next to the Ibis Hotel.

Yes, you can. Your digital pass allows you to enter and leave as many times as you like while the exhibition is open.

Check your spam folder as the confirmation email may have been mistaken for spam. Alternatively, you may have made a spelling mistake in your email address. We cannot amend your registration details so you must register again with the correct email address.

Your digital pass is not transferable. Each vistor must complete their own online registration.

Middle East Energy provides you with a visa invitation letter to support your visa application. Find out more here.

In partnership with HotelMap, we've secured discounted rates at a selection of Dubai hotels. Through HotelMap, we're able to offer you convenient and affordable options for your trip to Middle East Energy 2021. HotelMap is the only hotel provider endorsed by Middle East Energy, and we encourage you to book through them early for the best selection and price. View hotels.

The event is strictly for conference delegates and trade professionals only. Children under the age of 16 will not be admitted inside the halls.

Food and drink from outside the venue are not permitted. There is a wide selection of restaurants and vendors throughout the venue for visitors to select from.

“All F&B outlets at DWTC operate in line with government guidelines on capacity utilisation, social distancing and safety regulations.”

You can download the MEE Visitor Justification Toolkit here.

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