Eleven companies prequalified for water treatment project in Abu Dhabi

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The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) has prequalified eleven teams for the development of the water treatment PPP project, Project Wave.

The project includes two water treatment plants located in Al-Mirfa and Al-Nouf with a combined treatment capacity of 210 million imperial gallons per day. The selected company or consortium will develop, finance, construct, operate and maintain two standalone greenfield seawater nanofiltration plants, in addition to pumping stations and transmission pipelines to transport the treated water to onshore fields.

The Wave Project will be procured on a build, own, operate and transfer (BOOT) basis. The private partner will form a special purpose vehicle (SPV) with ADNOC to deliver the plants. A long-term water treatment and transportation agreement will be signed between the SPV and ADNOC. The list includes the following international prequalified companies:

  • Acciona Agua (Spain);
  • Acwa Power (Saudi Arabia);
  • Cobra Instalaciones Servicios (Spain);
  • FCC Aqualia (Spain);
  • Hutchison Water International Holdings (Singapore);
  • IDE Water Assets (Israel);
  • Itochu Corporation (Japan);
  • JERA (Japan);
  • Marubeni Corporation (Japan);
  • Six Construct (Belgium);
  • Veolia (France).

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