Water. desalination + reuse

Who's Who in desalination + reuse 2018

Water. Desalination + reuse

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www.desalination.biz Water. desalination + reuse Who's Who 2018 4 EPCs landscape T he global market for desalination featured an increase in new project activity in markets across the world, including particularly the Middle East and North Africa. In Saudi Arabia, the big story is the move to privatise Saline Water Conversion Corporation (SWCC), and the Ras Al Khair power and water plant. In the Delivery Plan 2020, published in April 2018, the Saudi authorities set out a roadmap for restructuring the nation's economy to be less heavily reliant on oil revenues, includ - And in Oman, the Oman Power and Water Procurement Company in March 2017 short- listed six groups to bid for a 16,000 m 3 /d plant in Khasab; and in August 2017 issued a request for proposals on desalination plant in Wadi Dayqah, near Muscat. In the EPC world, competition for the new business is fierce -- a reality that keeps pricing com - petitive for clients, but is driving a degree of consolidation, both corporate and financial. Here we profile what's been driving some of the key EPC players during the past year. ing developing structures for privatisation and public-private partnerships, and legis - lation across many sectors including water. In Dubai, the move to reverse osmo- sis continued, with a tender issued for a 909,000 m 3 /d desalination plant at Taweela power and water complex. The call for developers went out from Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authority (ADWEA) in Q1 2018, for development, financing, construc - tion, operations and maintenance services on the project. The year in EPCs: Companies and projects that shaped the business

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