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UAE – Dubai utility invites bids for pumping station

UAE’s Dewa has invited contractors to submit proposals for the contract to build a 72 million imperial gallons a day pumping station at Hassyan. The project will involve the construction of the pumping station, streams A and B, and all of the required electro-mechanical works and supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) works. Dubai Electricity & Water Authority has invited contractors to submit proposals for the contract to build a 72 million imperial gallons a day pumping station at Hassyan. which is located near the Abu Dhabi border.
The utility has invited contractors to submit proposals by 19 August.
Energy & Utilities reported in May that the state utility had retendered the contract for the planned 120 million imperial gallons a day Hassyan IWP after it had received bids from two consortiums in February. Dewa has set a new bid submission date of 3 August for the independent water plant (IWP). The Hassyan independent water plant will be developed in two phases. The first 60million imperial gallons a day(MIGD) phase is due to be commissioned in April 2023 and the second 60million imperial gallons a day(MIGD) phase is due to be operational in August 2023.
Dewa appointed the UK’s EY as lead and financial adviser for the project, UK-based CMS as a legal adviser, and Canada’s WSP as a technical adviser. Contractors have until 12 August to submit tender documents for the project.
The GCC’s first coal-fired power plant is also being built at Hassyan, with a consortium led by Saudi Arabia’s Acwa Power and China’s Harbin Electric awarded the contract to develop the 2,400MW independent power producer project in October 2015. Construction of the $3.4bn Hassyan IPP began in November 2016, with the first 600MW unit scheduled to come online in 2020.

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