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Tampa, FL, January 5, 2017 – Seven Seas Water and SETE Energy Saudi will partner as Bronze Sponsors of the upcoming Saudi Water & Environment Forum being held in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia at the Al Faisaliah Hotel, February 12-14 2017. The event is the official meeting of KSA’s Government, Water & Environment Industries & International Investors, and is officially endorsed by the Ministry of Environment, Water & Agriculture. An array of topics will be covered to include development plans and policies for the Kingdom’s water industry and environmental services, growth forecasts and demand creation, and industrial water use developments and opportunities. Seven Seas Water and SETE Energy invite you to visit booth #E36 to learn about our services.
February 5, 2016, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia – Seven Seas Water and SETE Energy Saudi are partnering as Bronze Sponsors of the upcoming Saudi Water & Electricity Forum being held in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia at the Al Faisaliah Hotel, February 7-9th, 2016. The event, held under the patronage of His Excellency, Abdullah A. Al Hussayen, Minister of Water & Electricity, and Chaired by His Excellency, Dr. Saleh Al-Alawaji, Deputy Minister of Electricity & Chairman of the Board, Saudi Electricity Company, is the premier strategic meeting of the water and electricity industries of Saudi Arabia. The forum is a platform to discuss challenges facing the water and electricity sectors and collaborate on right solutions. The event also provides the opportunity for vendors to share the latest technologies and solutions that address water and electricity problems in Saudi Arabia. Seven Seas Water and SETE Energy invite you to visit booth #E36…to learn about our services and enter to win a free ipad!
St. Maarten, Thursday, January 7, 2016 – The Parliament of Sint Maarten hosted the Inter-Parliamentary Kingdom Consultation (IPKO) from January 5-8. During the event, Delegations from the Parliaments of Aruba and Curacao, as well as from the First and Second Chambers of the Netherlands were welcomed to tour the desalination plant in Point Fortin that is owned and operated by Seven Seas Water. Franklyn Richards, the Managing Director of Seven Seas Water Sint Maarten, welcomed the group and highlighted the Company’s commitment to the community describing aspects of charitable giving in the country. Fred Hung, VP of Business Analysis, described the partnership between Seven Seas Water and the Government of Sint Maarten, and the Company’s history of providing Water-as-a-ServiceTM in St. Maarten and several other island countries throughout the Caribbean. Lester Bryan, the desalination Plant Manager, guided the plant tour describing the desalination process.
Tampa, FL, Wednesday, July 29, 2015 – Seven Seas Water has been selected as a finalist for the 2016 IDB Private Sector Infrastructure 360° Sustainability Award. The primary objective of the award is to identify and promote sustainable infrastructure projects developed by the private sector and public-private partnerships within the IDB borrowing member countries. The Inter-American Development Bank identifies and assesses the projects based on the Harvard Zofnass Program for Infrastructure Sustainability. The award is the only infrastructure sustainability award in the America’s.
Seven Seas Water was nominated for the recent successful construction and commissioning of a 5.5MGD (20,819m3/d) seawater reverse osmosis desalination facility in Point Fortin, Trinidad. Seven Seas Water partnered with the Water & Sewerage Authority of Trinidad and Tobago and designed, constructed and now operates the plant. The facility provides fresh water to the residents of Point Fortin, a community that long suffered with limited access to a fresh water supply. To learn more about the project, click here.
Tampa, FL, Tuesday, June 16, 2015 – Seven Seas Water will be sponsoring the Caribbean Water and Wastewater Association’s 24th Annual Conference & Exhibition in Miami, Florida the week of August 24. In partnership with the FL Section of AWWA and AIDIS, the event is an opportunity for water and wastewater professionals to share experiences for improving the quality of life in the Caribbean and the State of Florida. Come visit us, booth #29!
Nassau, Bahamas, Thursday Oct. 16, 2014 – Over 500 local and international participants attended the 2014 Caribbean Water & Wastewater Association’s Annual Conference and Exhibition at the Atlantis Resort on Paradise Island in the Bahamas. The event provides an opportunity for water industry leaders, CEO’s, Ministers of Government and High Level Dignitaries from across the Caribbean to network and share ideas in regard to water and waste management in the Caribbean. Prime Minister the Rt. Hon. Perry G. Christie officially opened the conference on Oct. 6, addressing the theme of the event “Caribbean Water Security – Risks and Opportunities.” The Honorable Philip Davis, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Works and Urban Development, a keynote speaker, described his concern about climate change and the potential damaging effects on the Bahamas groundwater resources, the need to transition to desalination and the importance of instituting local campaigns to utilize water more efficiently.
The exhibitors welcomed the high level officials during a private tour of the exhibit hall on Thursday evening.
(Left to Right: Honorable Philip Davis, Deputy Prime Minister of the Bahamas, Lauren Thomas, Seven Seas Water Director of Marketing, Roger Darville, Seven Seas Water Turks & Caico’s Operations Manager.
St. Thomas, USVI, Wednesday June 25, 2014 – Seven Seas Water executives, along with Tom Pankratz (Water Desalination Report), Manuel Pereira (CaribDA President) and Mr. Hubert Lopez (Water Advisor to the Government of Sint Maarten), welcomed Governor John de Jongh to CaribDA’s Annual Conference in St. Thomas. The conference was hosted by the VI Water and Power Authority with Seven Seas Water providing the Diamond Sponsorship of the event. Governor de Jongh welcomed the attendees to the Territory of the Virgin Islands, followed by keynote speeches by VI Water & Power Authority’s Executive Director Hugo Hodge and Seven Seas Water’s CEO, John Curtis. Mr. Hubert Lopez made remarks addressing the significant impact the use of desalination has made in transforming the Island Territory of Sint Maarten and Mr. Tom Pankratz provided an overview of desalination’s past, present and future.
Seven Seas Water, along with 40+ other industry experts exhibited at the conference. David Starman, USVI Regional Manager Seven Seas Water and Mr. Vernon Alexander, VI WAPA, teamed up to present “Transitioning from Thermal Desalination to Reverse Osmosis in the US Virgin Islands.”
St. Thomas, USVI, Thursday May 22, 2014 – The Caribbean Electric Utility Services Corporation’s 2014 Chief Executive Officers and Corporate Communications Symposium was held in St. Thomas from May 18 – May 21st and was co-hosted by the VI Water & Power Authority (WAPA). Seven Seas Water welcomed guests to tour the Randolph E. Harley Power Plant Desalination Facility. In addition to producing 2.2MGD (8,328 m3/d) of fresh water per day for the territory, Seven Seas Water also has a second plant on site that delivers 550k (2,081 m3/d) GPD of ultra pure water to the VI Water & Power Authority for the production of electricity.
In 2013, Seven Seas Water successfully overhauled WAPA’s production of ultra pure water by replacing the existing Mixed Ion Exchange Beds with Continuous Electro-Deionization.