Project Information
Project name: KUWAIT: AZ-ZOUR NORTH 1 POWER AND DESALINATION PLANTS
Project description:

Build a gas-fired combined cycle power plant and desalination complex with the capacity of 1,500MW/100 million gallons-per-day at a proposed greenfield site in Az Zour North. The plant will be developed on a build-operate-transfer, or BOT, basis.

The plant is expected to start commercial operation in 2015.

Related headlines:
30/03/2012 - Winner for Kuwait's first power PPP
06/10/2011 - Shortlist for Kuwait water deal

13/01/2014 - Project signed 

Type: PPP
Sector: Waste & water
Region: Middle East
Current status: Project Signed - 13/01/2014
Contract Terms
Duration: 40 years
Capital value: US$5.40bn
Public Sector Procuror Details
Authority/Commssioning body: Kuwait Partnership Technical Bureau
Private Sector Details
Consortium name: Suez /Sumitomo /Sagar
Private sector shareholders: Sumitomo Mitsui - Shareholders
GDF Suez - Shareholders
AH Sagar & Brother Group - Shareholders
Private Sector Shortlist
Consortium name: Marubeni /Doosan /Alghaniml
Private sector shareholders: Marubeni Group - Shareholders
Doosan - Shareholders
Alghanim - Shareholders
Consortium name: ACWA Power /GIC /Samsung
Private sector shareholders: ACWA Power - Shareholders
Gulf Investment Corporation (GIC) - Shareholders
Samsung - Shareholders
Consortium name: Malakoff /SK /NIG
Private sector shareholders: Malakoff - Shareholders
SK Group - Shareholders
National Industries Group (NIG) - Shareholders
Consortium name: Mitsui /Kharafi /Ahmadiah
Private sector shareholders: Mitsui & Co - Shareholders
Kharafi - Shareholders
Ahmadiah Contracting & Trading - Shareholders

This page was last updated on:
13 January 2014.

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