14 articles about "AES Oasis"
* ACWA Power International has beaten off competition to acquire the 58% interest in AES Barka held by AES Oasis, a JV between AES Corporation (61%) and the IDB Infrastructure Fund (38.9%).
* The first four major desal projects in Spain’s Programa Agua have been awarded to consortia with strong local connections.
Oman does not need a high base load of power from the Barka 2 IWPP. But it does need water. It is a challenge.
* Oman’s Ministry of National Economy (MNE) issued an addendum to the Sur RFP last month.
* Singapore’s SembCorp Utilities is on course to score its first success in the Gulf IWPP market.
Clients are missing a trick at the moment because projects are coinciding, according to National Power Company boss Fareed Al-Yagout. By deciding on a running order, they could improve the situation for everyone.
In 2004, the Japanese company would have nothing to do with Saudi deals. Since then it has agreed to develop a power and water plant for the Rabigh refinery and is looking like a serious contender for the Shuqaiq IWPP.
Middle East power and water developers are being kept busy in the final quarter of the year, particularly now the holy month of Ramadan is over.
Shoaiba is running according to plan, reports WEC, while Shuqaiq has attracted considerable interest from the market.
The Omani government is also proceeding with a new IWPP and the privatisation of an existing power generation company.