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Global publisher Energy Intelligence launches Energy Connect: Middle East, a new service delivering detailed records for hundreds of energy-related companies across the region.

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Energy Intelligence, the global news, analysis and research publisher, has launched Energy Connect: Middle East, a new online service that uses geospatial mapping to offer comprehensive data and news on energy-related companies and their key personnel across the Middle East.

With Energy Connect, users will gain full visibility on their markets and competitors in the region, and have the ability to benchmark performance against others in the same field. The service provides access to detailed records for more than 500 companies in Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Yemen and Iraq. In 2014, it will be extended to cover companies operating in Iran, North Africa and the Levant.

“The energy sector in the region is rapidly evolving and local companies are increasingly investing in new segments of the industry supply chain to create strong competition for the global energy majors,” said Rana Samaha, Director Middle East, Research & Advisory. “This service supports investment decisions by connecting upstream, midstream, downstream players and service companies in the region.”

Andy Soloman, VP Global Content, said: “The Middle East is critical to the global energy industry, and the launch of this service reflects our determination to deliver hard-to-access intelligence on both large and small companies active in the region.”

Energy Connect: Middle East has been developed by the team of analysts in the Energy Intelligence Beirut office, and the service is planned to be continuously extended, both in terms of geographic reach and depth of company and people information.

New users can register for free, while the premium subscription version provides up to 80 information fields including projects, partners, plans, decision makers and much more. There are also opportunities for companies to sponsor the service.

In summary, Energy Connect: Middle East:

Identifies companies in the upstream, downstream, midstream, petrochemical, E&P services and EPC sectors;

Provides company details from across the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Yemen and Iraq. Iran, North Africa and the Levant will be added in 2014;

Enables clients to monitor market activity in the Middle East to track new business openings;

Identifies more than 7,500 key decision makers from more than 500 companies active in the Middle East energy sector;

Provides details on more than 1,000 projects with information on partnerships and project objectives.

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