Installation of 11.2-km-long pipelines has started under the mega reservoir (Package E) project
being developed by Qatar.
The project forms part of Qatar General Electricity and Water Corporation's (Kahramaa) key decisi
GS Engineering & Construction, the construction arm of GS Group, has secured a $306-million deal to build a water treatment plant in Kuwait.
The company won the bid for the state-run Kuwait Oil Company's (KOC) new water ce
Ten major contracting firms are in the race to win a major engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract for a seawater project in the Duqm region of Oman, said a report.
Those who have prequalified for submitting the b
Leading international companies including French group GDF Suez, Singapore-based Hyflux, leading Spanish water technology company Valoriza and consortiums of Spain's Abengoa and French group Veolia are in the race for a $1-billion water desa
Habtoor Leighton Group (HLG), a leading construction group in the region, said it has been awarded a QR2.2 billion ($608 million) contract by the Qatar's General Electricity and Water Corporation (Kahramaa) to build the world's largest r
Twelve leading international consortiums have submitted prequalification bids for independent water projects (IWPs) at Sohar and Barka areas of Oman, said a report.
These include France-based Veolia (with Marubeni Corporation); Ja
Oman Power and Water Procurement Company (OPWP) is set to sign up two separate companies for the development of its independent water projects (IWPs) at Sohar and Barka region of the sultanate, said a report.
Last week, OPWP had i
Oman Power and Water Procurement Company (OPWP) is set to float prequalification bids for an independent water project with a total capacity of 530,000 cu m per day, said a report.
The project, which will be Oman's largest one
ABB, the leading power and automation technology group, has won an order worth around $28 million to supply an electrical Balance-of-Plant (eBoP) solution for a new independent water and power producer (IWPP) project in the UAE.
Italian construction firm Cmc di Ravenna has won a €165 million ($191 million) contract for the construction of 24-km-long tunnel and transfer lines for smooth water supply in Beirut, Lebanon.
The project, which involves work