9 articles about "ACWa Emirates"
* Details are emerging of structural changes at the Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authority (ADWEA) and its subsidiaries, following the appointment of Ahmed Mubarak Al Mazrouei as chairman last month.
* Redal, the company in charge of water and wastewater services in the Moroccan capital Rabat and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Veolia Water, has appointed Moroccan firm INGEMA to carry out a feasibility study into the reuse of treated effluent from the city's wastewater treatment plants in municipal irrigation.
* GECOL is set to launch the tender process for the first in a series of power and water plants in Libya at the end of June, when it issues a request for proposals for the Tobruk plant.
Palm Water’s project pipeline in the pink after brace of major wastewater deals.
With Hyflux finally out of the picture, Norit X-Flow is set to supply its Seaguard UF pretreatment membranes. It is a significant contract award for the Dutch company.
The loss of the membrane supply contract has people wondering whether Hyflux walked or was pushed from the Palm project?
Palm Water is upbeat about meeting its deadline, with ACWa’s support.
The Palm Water episode suggests to Christopher Gasson that good deals are more important than good engineering or good finance.
Hyflux accentuates the positive as it pulls out of Palm Water EPC contract Vol 7, Issue 4 (April 2006)
The Singapore company is to be replaced by ACWa Emirates to finish work on two desalination plants for the Palm Jumeirah. The Singapore-based company wants us to call it a “restructuring” rather than a “removal”.