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Sep 15, 2016 · Massive Projects · Ongoing

IMG Worlds of Adventure

At 1.5 million square feet, this will be the world’s largest indoor theme park. Located in Dubailand, it has themed-zones including Cartoon Network, Marvel, Lost Valley and IMG Boulevard. Apparently, it’s almost complete!

IMG Worlds of Adventure is an indoor amusement park in the United Arab Emirates in Dubai. It is Dubai’s first mega themed entertainment destination promising visitors from around the world the excitement of four epic adventure zones in one location. Two of the four zones represent renowned global brands Cartoon Network and Marvel, while IMG Boulevard and the Lost Valley – Dinosaur Adventure zones are original concepts created by the IMG Group. IMG Worlds of Adventure is the largest temperature controlled indoor themed entertainment destination in the world, covering an area in excess of 1.5 million square feet.


June 21, 2016 · Middle East · Value: $800 million

Construction of the fourth leg of the Uzbekistan-China natural gas pipeline

A fresh injection of investment from the China Development Bank will pay for the fourth and final leg of the Central Asia-China gas pipeline. Construction on the pipeline began in 2007, and once it is finished it will reach an annual deliverability of 85 billion cubic metres – making it the largest gas transportation system in Asia.

China is one of the nations primarily invested in Uzbekistan’s oil and gas industry, as China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) has been working in the country since 2006. Together with Uzbekneftegaz, Uzbekistan’s national oil and gas company, CNPC has been developing fields in numerous locations across Uzbekistan for the past decade. Gazprom has said it will be increasing its purchase of Uzbek gas in 2016 too. As Gazprom has stopped imports of LNG from Turkmenistan, some 3.1bcm of gas from Uzbekistan will be purchased by the company.


Sep 15, 2016 · Worldcup 2022 · Life

2022 FIFA World Cup stadia to be ready 2020

Qatar's 2022 FIFA World cup stadiums will be completed by 2020, according to a senior official. "We are actually working on six proposed stadiums for the 2022 FIFA World Cup and we have launched the design of five of them," said Hilal Al Kuwari, chairman of the Technical Delivery Office, Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy.

"Khalifa Stadium is the first proposed stadium to be ready by the end of 2016 while all stadiums will be ready by 2020. Khalifa Stadium is being built by Aspire Zone and the work started in October 2015," he continued in a statement posted on the website of the Qatar Football Association.


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