Egypt will launch an international tender in January to build its first nuclear power station, an Electricity Ministry spokesman said on Thursday before talks with Russian officials on cooperation between the two countries.
Bahrain airport will undergo a major expansion to handle 13.5 million passengers a year, said HRH Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, adding that a new airport was also on the way.
The Premier said that the develo
Omani government has relaunched the tenders for passenger terminal packages linked to the development of green-field airport projects at Sohar and Ras Al Hadd following a major design review, said a report.
The Ministry of Transpo
Abu Dhabi’s Tourism Development and Investment Company (TDIC) has invited contractors to prequalify for the main infrastructure works for the museum district at Saadiyat Island in Abu Dhabi.
The project will include road wor
Oman plans to invite bids to build a steam cracker plant worth $3.5 billion with a production capacity of one million tonnes a year of petrochemical products, two sources close to the project said on Tuesday.
The planned cracker w
Dubai Airports is inviting bids from food and beverage operators and selective retail-service providers for the award of concessions in Concourse D at Dubai International.
Construction of Concourse D is well underway with the faci
Iraq has selected seven international oil companies (IOCs) to bid to develop its Nassiriya oilfield and build a refinery as part of plans to expand the country's downstream operations, the oil ministry said.
The results of an oil and gas bid round launched in September 2011 by state-owned Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation (EGPC) will be announced by mid-October, the petroleum minister said on Wednesday.
BNP Paribas will seek preliminary bids for its Egyptian retail banking business in the next two weeks, sources aware of the matter said on Tuesday, in a deal likely to generate over $400 million for the French lender.
BNP wants to
Saudi Aramco has invited bids for the construction of a new refinery in Jizan, an underdeveloped province bordering Yemen, industry sources said.
Aramco has also asked for revised offers for one of nine construction packages to expand the