SEC signs $263m power deals
Riyadh, March 7, 2013
Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) has signed three contracts with national companies to support and strengthen the capacity of the electricity network in the Western Region including Makkah, Madinah and Jeddah, a report said.
The total value of the contracts is SR986.7 million ($263 million), an SPA report quoted the company's CEO Ali bin Saleh Al-Barrak as saying.
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