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45. Al-Zour North Power & Desalination Plants

Project Overview

This project covers four power and water

desalination plants at Al-Zour North in Kuwait. The first two plants are due to each have a production capacity of 1.5GW of power and 102 million gallons a day (g/d) of desalinated water.

The third will produce up to 800MW of power and 51 million g/d of water, while a fourth plant will produce 1GW of power and 25 million g/d of desalinated water.

The first plant will be an independent water and power project, while the second will be an engineering, procurement and construction project.

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Key Facts

  • Client: Electricity & Water Ministry

  • Sector: Power

  • Stage: EPC bid

  • Budget: $8.4bn

  • Completion date: Q3 2015

  • Location: Kuwait

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