Saudi Arabia: water and power plants

Saudi Arabia plans to set up 10 new independent water and power plants (IWPPs) by 2016, with an investment of USD 16 billion. Of these, four green-field IWPPs will be built by 2009 at a cost of USD 5 billion, while another six power projects are earmarked from 2010 to 2016 at a cost of USD 11 billion. The first IWPP – the Shuaiba project – will come on-stream in the third quarter of 2006.

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