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10 Luglio 2024

Arabia Saudita


The prequalification process for Neom's Hidden Marina wastewater recycling plant project is under way. Saudi Arabia's Enowa, the utility and energy subsidiary of gigaproject developer Neom, received statements of qualifications from interested developers in late June. The planned facility will have the capacity to treat 64,000 cubic metres a day (cm/d) of wastewater, expandable to 80,000 cm/d.  Enowa is expected to respond within a month to the companies that submitted prequalification documents, which include international and local water and wastewater utility developers. The plant will supply water recycling services to the anticipated occupants of the 170-kilometre-long pair of parallel buildings that will make up The Line at Neom. The project includes a sludge treatment facility with a capacity of 16,600 kilogrammes a day. It will utilise a build-own-operate-transfer model, with the sewage treatment concession period extending 25 years from the date of operation, which is expected to be in the second quarter of 2027. The project's first phase is expected to cost approximately SR1.3bn ($347m). UK-headquartered HSBC and the US' White & Case are the client's financial and legal advisers, respectively, for the project.  An estimated $10.7bn-worth of utility projects are under construction at Neom. Close to $22bn-worth of projects are in the pre-execution phase, excluding the renewable energy projects that are still in the pre-development stages and for which locations have yet to be identified.   For registration as supplier: (ICE RIYADH)

Fonte notizia: Meed