Excellent Opportunities
  • Abu Dhabi has invited international firms to express interest in building one of the world’s biggest water desalination plants to boosts capacity to meet rising demand

  • Haya Water’s $1bn desalination, sewage and wastewater treatment systems all complete in 36 months

  • Saudi Arabia will soon have one of the world’s largest water pipelines, more than 900-kilometer transmission system that will pump nearly 4 million cubic meters per day (cum/d) of water from Jubail Industrial City to the capital of Riyadh

  • SWCC announced plans to invest about $80 billion by 2025 in an effort to increase desalinated water production to 8.5 million m3/d. In addition, the National Water Company (NWC) has invested nearly $6.7 billion on more than 300 water projects in the fields of service, infrastructure development and water treatment in Makkah, Riyadh, Taif and Jeddah.

  • The Ministry of Electricity & Water and the Ministry of Public Works of Kuwait are investing in many wastewater treatment projects to name a few: The US$ 1.55 billion Umm al-Hayman Wastewater Plant Expansion, and US$ 700 million North Kabd Sewage Treatment Plant

  • Egyptian Government says capital expenditure of over USD 2 billion will be invested into water supply and more than USD 3.5 billion will go into wastewater between 2015 and 2020

  • Bahrain will invest $4bn over the next five years to develop its power and water infrastructure