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The Saudi Water Partnership Company announces winning bidders and a new request for EOI

  • The Saudi Water Partnership Company announces winning bidders and new request for EOI
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This week there have been several important project announcements by the Saudi Water Partnership Company (SWPC). On one hand, the SWPC has announced the preferred and reserved bidders for the Buraydah-2 and Tabuk-2 Independent Sewage Treatment Plants (ISTPs). The preferred bidder is a consortium of Acciona-Tawzea-Tamasuk, with a combined levelized water cost for both projects of 1.4395 SAR/m3.  The reserved bidder is a consortium of Aqualia-Alfanar- Al Khorayef with a combined levelized water cost for both projects of 1.7078 SAR/m3.

Another project announcement involves the preferred and reserved bidders for the Madinah-3 Independent Sewage Treatment Plant (ISTP). The preferred bidder is a consortium of Acciona-Tawzea-Tamasuk, with a Levelized Water Cost of 1.2157 SAR/m3.  The reserved bidder is a consortium of Aqualia-Alfanar- Al Khorayef, with a Levelized Water Cost of 1.5993 SAR/m3.

On the other hand, the SWPC has requested expressions of interest (EOI) for the Rayis – Rabigh Independent Water Transmission Pipeline (IWTP), with a transmission capacity up to 900,000 cubic meters per day, and a length of 100 km. The SWPC will conduct a competitive process to select a company or consortium to develop the IWTP using a Build, Own, Operate and Transfer (BOOT) model. The company in charge of the project will provide the transmission capacity to SWPC under a Water Transmission Agreement, for a term that is expected be up to 35 years. Interested developers can find more details in a company statement.

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