50 articles about "Marafiq"
Bidders for the flagship Saudi PPP project have submitted offers that would see the plant offer some of the cheapest desalinated water in the world. How did they make it happen?
The African Development Bank has approved a $62 million loan to support the development of Uganda’s Strategic Towns Water Supply and Sanitation Project, a five-year plan to improve rural utility coverage.
WEC reassures Saudi PPP bidders over project crowding as new investors step up Vol 19, Issue 5 (May 2018)
Khalid Al-Qureshi, the head of the body at the centre of Saudi Arabia’s water privatisation process, told delegates at GWI’s Saudi privatisation workshop last month that the company is well equipped to take on the challenges facing it.
Saudi Arabia’s central water offtaker has published RFPs for two major new projects in the last month: the Shuqaiq 3 IWP and the Jeddah Airport 2 ISTP. The deal flow is set to crank up further as it takes on more responsibilities.
International project developers are struggling against suppressed returns on project equity due to the number of project opportunities. New developers are stepping up.
Saudi Arabia is aiming to hit out at every level of the desalination market. While a new generation of investors vie for its pipeline of privately financed projects, its state-owned desalination body is making waves with targeted projects and new angles for R&D.
Christopher Gasson identifies the challenges the NWC and its advisors face when bringing private capital into the Saudi water sector.
Following a period of relative stagnation, the group has embarked on a fresh drive to grow its international presence. CEO Louis-Roch Burgard shares his strategy with GWI.
A period of frenetic desalination plant-building has paid off for the Sultanate, with Muscat set to see a water supply surplus in the country’s key area by next year.
Korean membrane supplier LG Chem has been taken on to supply RO membranes to the new wave of desalination plants springing up in Egypt.