Following a resolution by the Council of Ministers, Saudi Arabia’s National Centre for Privatisation and Public-Private Partnerships (NCP) has published a draft law to govern private sector participation in government-sponsored programs and projects.
Infrastructure/PPP news in Saudi Arabia
Water & Electricity Company (WEC) of Saudi Arabia has announced that five teams have submitted proposals for the Rabigh 3 Independent Water Project. The project involves the construction of a desalination plant designed using Reverse Osmosis technology to produce the potable water from the Red Sea.
Metro Jeddah Company has awarded a consortium led by Synergy Consulting a contract to manage the procurement process for the Obhur Creek Bridge PPP project, which involves the construction of a 360m-long bridge which will carry eight lanes of traffic, a metro line and a pedestrian walkway, linking North Obhur to Jeddah city centre.
The Water and Electricity Company (WEC) of Saudi Arabia has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) to prequalified companies for an independent sewage treatment plant (ISTP) at Jeddah Airport, officially called King Abdulaziz International Airport, located to the north of Jeddah, a city in the west of Saudi Arabia.
The state-owned National Water Company (NWC) of Saudi Arabia has awarded a procurement advisory services contract for a project concerning the provision of water distribution services in Saudi Arabia to a consortium containing Mizuho Bank, White & Case and Atkins, a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group.
The Water & Electricity Company (WEC) of Saudi Arabia has published a Request for Expressions of Interest for the Jubail Phase 3 Independent Water & Power Project, to be located on the Arabian Gulf Coast, approximately 18km south of the Jubail Industrial City, adjacent to the existing plant units (Jubail Phase 1, Jubail Phase 2 and Jubail RO plants), in the Eastern Province of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabia's Water & Electricity Company (WEC) has issued a Request for Proposals to ten pre-qualified bidders for the Damman Independent Sewage Treatment Project. Proposals are sought for the development of a sewage treatment plant with a planned capacity of up to 330,000 m3/day, to be located west of the city of Dammam on the country's Gulf coast.
Water & Electricity L.L.C, the agency responsible for the sale and purchase of water and electricity and all required ancillary activities in Saudi Arabia, has issued a request for pre-qualification for Shuqaiq 3 Independent Water Project. It will be located in the city of Shuqaiq, on the Red Sea coast, approximately 137km north of the city of Jazan.
The Ministry of Education (MOE) of Saudi Arabia has issued a request for expressions of interest in respect of the design, build, commissioning, finance, maintenance and transfer of sixty schools (comprising kindergartens, elementary, intermediate and secondary) located in Jeddah and Makkah, in the west of the country.
Acwa Power has reached the financial closure the Shuaibah Expansion II IWP Project PPP in Saudi Arabia.
Water demand, Water & Electricity L.L.C (WEC) issued a Request for Expressions of Interest for the Yanbu and Shuqaiqi Independent Water Projects.
Saudi Arabia’s Water & Electricity Co. (WEC) has announced it has received Expressions of Interest (EOI) from 55 local and foreign firms for the Rabigh-3 Independent Water Project (IWP).
Saudi Arabian authority Water & Electricity (WEC) has invited expressions of interest (EOI) in respect of the potential development of an Independent Water Project (IWP) to be designed using Reverse Osmosis seawater desalination technology.
Arabia Saudi's General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) has announced that the development and operation of Taif, Qassim and Hail airports will be entrusted to consortiums of national and global companies.
Saudi Arabia has plans to privatize construction and management of school buildings and has hired HSBC as financial advisor for them.
A consultancy team have been taken on to advise on two privately owned desalination projects that could kick off the Saudi's recently announced privatization blitz.
According to sources, an executive from Saudi Arabia's General Authority for Civil Aviation (GACA) has announced that the country has plans to privatize 11 airports by 2020.
Saudi Arabia, through the General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA), has announced plans to begin an airport privatization programme in the first quarter of 2016.
According to sources, Saudi Arabia, through the General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA), has announced plans to begin privatizing its airports and related services by early next year.
Egis has acquired a 51% stake in Projacs, a project and construction management firm in the Middle East.