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Saudi Arabia issues tender for two more independent sewage treatment projects

Saudi Arabia, The Buraydah ISTP is planned to have a sewage treatment capacity of 150,000 cm/d, with the Tabuk 2 ISTP scheduled to have a capacity of 90,000 cm/d. The plants are due to begin commercial operations in the fourth quarter of 2023.
Saudi Water Partnership Company SWPC has issued tender documents for the planned Buraydah 2 and Tabuk 2 independent sewage treatment plants ISTPs.
Energy & Utilities reported in May that SWPC had prequalified five groups to participate in the tender for the two ISTPs, which will have a combined total capacity of 240,000 cubic meters a day.
The client has prequalified the following five groups to participate in the tender:
Acciona Agua Spain/ International Water Distribution Company ‘Tawzea’
FCC Aqualia Spain/ Alkhorayef Water & Power Technologies ‘local’/ Alfanar Company ‘local’
GS Inima Environment South Korea/ Al-Jomaih Energy & Water Company ‘local’
Marubeni Corporation ‘Japan’
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The Buraydah ISTP is planned to have a sewage treatment capacity of 150,000 cm/d, with the Tabuk 2 ISTP scheduled to have a capacity of 90,000 cm/d. The plants are due to begin commercial operations in the fourth quarter of 2023.
SWPC also recently issued tender documents to prequalified developers for the planned Medina 3 ISTP.
The winning developer for all three ISTP projects will sign a 25-year sewage treatment agreement STA with SWPC. The sewage capacity will be supplied by SWPC.
The STA will be supported by a credit support agreement from the Saudi government.
SWPC has appointed Japan’s Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation as lead and financial adviser, UK-based Atkins as technical adviser, and UK legal firm DLA Piper as a legal consultant.

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