291 articles in Saudi Arabia
The Gabonese Ministry of Oil, Energy and Hydraulic Resources has awarded Acciona Agua a €50 million contract to expand the country’s largest water treatment plant.
Tom Scotney asks whether the switch to renewable power will break the hold of power firms over the desal market.
The consortium behind Kuwait’s first IWPP has said it aims to reach financial close on the funding package to support the deal at the end of April.
Saudi Arabia’s National Water Company pulled off the Riyadh Water Supply Programme in record time, but its ambitions stretch well beyond water supply. Two new joint ventures open a whole new world of opportunity.
GWI’s new Global Water Market Report gives an insight into how to solve the problems of bidding in the Middle East, says Tom Scotney.
The Governor of Saudi Arabia’s Saline Water Conversion Corporation talks exclusively to GWI about his goals.
Singapore’s PUB – the gift that just keeps on giving to the water sector – has two big projects on offer.
A recent surge in independent water and power projects cannot hide the fact that the model is set to fall out of favour in a changing market.
The Abu Dhabi National Energy Company (Taqa) saw its income from power and water jump 9% to AED8.5 billion ($2.3 billion) in 2012 on the back of new capacity from the Shuweihat 2 IWPP.
The renewable energy drive is changing the nature of the water-energy nexus in the Gulf, writes Tom Scotney.