President and chief executive officer of Energy Recovery, Chris Gannon, did not reveal additional details of the Saudi clients, but said that the company’s backlog and pipeline at present are the “most significant” in its history, “with activity and awards spanning 2019 and 2020”.
NATIONAL water agency PUB said on Friday that it has acceded to the request of Hyflux subsidiary Tuaspring Pte Ltd (TPL) for more time to cure its defaults. The default notice period has been extended from April 5 to April 30, subject to conditions.
Antioch’s plan to build a long-awaited brackish desalination plant got a major boost this week when the City Council officially accepted a $10 million state grant that will pay toward design and construction.
The city’s grant was one of three statewide to be awarded in March 2018 from the Department of Water Resources for desalination projects under Proposition 1, but environmental reviews and other work still need to be done to free up the money.
The Arab Organization for Industrialization has designed and implemented more than 100 solar power plants with different capacities throughout Egypt since 2013, Vice President of the Arab Organization for Industrialization Tawheed Tawfik told Egypt Today Wednesday.
Metito Egypt, a water management solutions provider, has been awarded a project worth EGP 1.8bn to develop a wastewater treatment plant and sewage network in the New Alamein City on the Mediterranean as part of a joint venture with Orascom Construction. The project is scheduled to be completed by 2021.
Located on an area of 202m square meters (sqm), it will serve as a model for the progressive and comprehensive urban planning strategy set by the Egyptian government aiming to attract a large percentage of the expected population growth in this area in the coming years.
His Highness the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani patronized the inauguration of Umm Al Houl Power plant, during a ceremony held by Qatar Electricity and Water Company in Umm Al Houl area on Monday morning.
The ceremony was attended by HE Prime Minister and Interior Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al-Thani, and a number of Their Excellencies ministers and members of the diplomatic corps accredited to the State.
As many as six power generation and water desalination companies will be launching their initial public offerings (IPOs) for listing on the Muscat Securities Market (MSM) within next two years, according to Oman Power and Water Procurement Company (OPWP).
As per their project founders agreements, Oman’s independent water projects (IWPs) and independent power projects (IPPs) are required to offer a minimum 35 per cent of their share capital to the public through the IPOs within four years of the incorporation of the company.
Speaking to Muscat Daily, Yaqoob Saif al Kiyumi, chief executive officer of OPWP said there are six IPOs in the pipeline to be launched in next two years by the developers of water and power projects.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, on Wednesday announced the allocation of AED5.8 billion ($1.58 billion) for water and electricity projects in the northern emirates.
Sheikh Mohammed also approved a AED2.4 billion project to build dams and a federal water network that connects the water resources of the northern emirates with that of Abu Dhabi and Dubai, state news agency WAM reported.