ACWA Power Barka

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Cadagua bows out as Oman desal plant goes public Vol 18, Issue 11 (November 2017)

The Ghubrah plant is the first to be listed on the stock exchange since 2013. Despite seeing a loss on its equity, departing shareholder Cadagua will be pleased with the deal.

Muscat rolls out more water projects as drought grips the sultanate Vol 16, Issue 12 (December 2015)

Just weeks after awarding the two largest desalination projects in the country’s history, Oman’s Power and Water Procurement Company has started work on three more facilities. Unceasing demand for water resources is creating a bonanza for developers.

Local banks support Barka desal quick-fix Vol 16, Issue 1 (January 2015)

Local lenders have provided the funding for the latest desal build-out planned to quench Oman’s thirst for fresh water. The financing agreement is a powerful sign of long-term confidence in private desalination infrastructure.

Middle East Water In Brief Vol 15, Issue 12 (December 2014)

Qatari public works authority Ashghal has signed four sewage treatment contracts worth around QAR2.8 billion ($765 million) with a number of international contractors.

Oman looks for quick-fix desal solutions Vol 14, Issue 5 (May 2013)

The latest rising demand projections from the country’s major supplier of desalinated water show that existing plants need to be expanded to satisfy demand until larger plants come online.

Desalination DEAL of the year Vol 14, Issue 2 (February 2013)

For the deal, closed during 2012, which represents the most significant step forward for the industry in terms of financial innovation or in meeting the demands of challenging circumstances.

Consultants for the end of an era Vol 13, Issue 10 (October 2012)

Oman is taking advice on what to do when its agreements with private desal developers expire. The choice is not as simple as it might seem.

End of the road for thermal? Vol 13, Issue 10 (October 2012)

Procurement of latest Saudi desal project has turned into a vicious bidding battle. Does this mark a turning point for thermal technology?