8 months before the start of the exhibition

ENOC announces the completion of construction work for its pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai

ENOC pavilion was built in line with international best practices for energy conservation.

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ENOC Group, the integrated energy partner of Expo 2020 Dubai, announced the completion of construction work for its pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai, eight months before the start of the exhibition.

The group stated in a statement yesterday that, under the slogan "Inspiration from Energy", the modern wing sits on an area of ​​about 2060 square meters and includes five distinct buildings, pointing out that the wing was constructed using more than 700 tons of steel to reduce waste and reduce the footprint. Carbon, and enhancing environmental sustainability, while the use of steel in construction works also provides the ability to re-employ buildings, use them, and return the site to what it was after the conclusion of the event.

ENOC confirmed that its pavilion was built according to the highest standards of sustainability and design adopted by the Expo 2020 Dubai team. In addition, it included the legacy of the international event in the construction plan, by focusing on local recyclable materials, at a time when the construction work was completed. In record time, despite the challenges caused by the "Covid-19" pandemic.

An innovative experience

Saif Hamid Al Falasi, CEO of ENOC Group, said: “As an integrated energy partner for (Expo 2020 Dubai), we will be keen to provide an innovative and fully immersive experience that departs from the traditional concept of energy and offers inspiring ideas on the mechanism of cooperation and teamwork, to draw Features of the future of energy ».

He added that despite the challenges faced by the sector in the recent period, the group's team has continued its work around the clock, adhering to all safety guidelines, to construct a modern wing that takes its visitors on an inspiring and memorable journey, in order to reconsider what energy is, its potential and its ability to create Positive change in our life.

In turn, the chief financial officer of Expo 2020 Dubai, Mukhtar Safi, congratulated the ENOC team for this important achievement.

“Through the distinguished (ENOC) pavilion, millions of visitors will be able to explore the best-in-class integrated energy solutions that will leave a meaningful impact that will last long after the exhibition closes its doors,” he said.

Global standards

ENOC confirmed that its pavilion was built in line with international best practices to enhance sustainability and rationalize energy consumption, including adopting a multi-functional design for heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems to reduce energy consumption in the pavilion by 20.1% from the 90.1 standard issued by the American Society of Refrigeration, Heating and Air Conditioning Engineers. Air, and reduce water consumption by 30%, according to the guidelines issued by the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA).

The urban form is inspired by oil tanks

The architectural form of the pavilion is inspired by its design from oil reservoirs. Five distinct buildings stand out in it that take visitors on a multi-sensory journey through topics including: “Explore - what energy is”, “interaction - ways to benefit from energy”, “cooperation - energy needs”, and “imagine - Promising energy potential ».

The pavilion will dazzle its visitors, thanks to the provision of an educational, interactive and entertaining experience.

It will also include a space dedicated to meetings of government agencies and other parties concerned with the sector, in order to interact and communicate in search of answers to pressing questions in the sector.

It is noteworthy that ENOC also previously revealed its plans to construct a new service station, inspired by its design from the Ghaf tree, at the Expo 2020 Dubai site.


wing was constructed using more than 700 tons of steel.

The suite includes 5 buildings on an area of ​​2060 square meters.

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