VIP delegation tours Virgin Hyperloop One at WEC

President Kersti Kaljulaid of Estonia tours the Virgin Hyperloop One passenger pod.
Updated 15 September 2019

VIP delegation tours Virgin Hyperloop One at WEC

A VIP delegation comprising Prince Abdul Aziz bin Salman, Saudi minister of energy; Sheikh Hazza bin Zayed Al-Nahyan, deputy chairman of Abu Dhabi Executive Council; and Thamir Abbas Ghadhban, Iraq’s deputy prime minister for energy affairs and oil minister; was briefed by Harj Dhaliwal, managing director of Virgin Hyperloop One (VHO), Middle East and India, on the future of mobility, at the World Energy Congress (WEC) in Abu Dhabi.
At the event, VHO also showcased DP World Cargospeed, a global brand for hyperloop-enabled cargo systems operated by DP World capable of supporting fast, on-demand, direct delivery of palletized cargo. Designed to provide exceptional service for high-priority, on-demand goods, DP World Cargospeed systems will deliver freight at the speed of flight and closer to the cost of trucking.
At the WEC, VHO also hosted visiting dignitaries from around the world, including President Kersti Kaljulaid of Estonia; Dharmendra Pradhan, Indian union minister for petroleum and natural gas and steel; and a delegation of Nigerian government leaders. VHO’s Dhaliwal also spoke on a high-level panel on the future of mobility.


Saudi Electricity Company celebrates new graduates

Updated 20 October 2019

Saudi Electricity Company celebrates new graduates

  • Senior SEC officials praised the graduates for the technical capabilities that they gained from their training at the institute
  • The training program is part of the company’s policy of bolstering its manpower with young, highly capable Saudi professionals

JEDDAH: The Saudi Electricity Co.’s (SEC) Higher Training Institute in Jeddah celebrated the graduation of fresh trainees on Sunday.

This is the SEC’s final celebration of graduates this year. The training program is part of the company’s policy of bolstering its manpower with young, highly capable Saudi professionals who will help it better serve its customers and maintain its leadership in the industry.

Senior SEC officials praised the graduates for the technical capabilities that they gained from their training at the institute.

Graduate Ibrahim Al-Bakri delivered a speech on behalf of his peers, thanking the SEC and the trainers for caring for them throughout the training period.

In a speech, Abdulrahman Al-Obayed, senior vice president of human resources, who patronized the event, welcomed the graduates to the SEC.

He encouraged them to maintain their drive, move up through the company’s ranks and be proud staff members. He then honored the year’s standout students and trainers.