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Abu Dhabi readies $1.1bn for key power project

Abu Dhabi, June 6, 2009

The financing for the $3.2 billion Shuweihat 2 power project in Abu Dhabi is expected to be closed by mid-July, with six banks to commit to the remaining $1.1 billion commercial loan, said a report.

Each bank will make an investment of about $100 million, the Meed reported, citing banking sources.

Shuweihat 2 is a greenfield, natural gas-fired installation that will deliver 1500 MW of electricity and 454 610 m³/ day of water.

GDF Suez owns 40 per cent of Shuweihat 2, with the remaining 60 per cent owned by Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authority (ADWEA).

An affiliate of Adwea, the Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Company is the sole off-taker of the output in the plant, as stipulated in the 25-year Power and Water Purchase Agreeement.

Meanwhile, bankers said the long-term financing for the $500 million second wastewater treatment plant in Abu Dhabi will be finalised by late June with banks now completing internal approvals.




Tags: loan | Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authority | Shuweihat 2 |

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