Oman's OPWP to bundle Dhofar Power with new Salalah IPP
- Oman: Tuesday, February 12 - 2013 at 03:05
Oman Power and Water Procurement Co (OPWP), the country's sole procurer of all new power generation and water desalination capacity, has notified prospective investors that the development of a new Independent Power Project (IPP) in Salalah is expected to be bundled with the assets of the existing Dhofar Power Co (DPC), Oman Daily Observer has reported. Eight prominent international utilities have sought to prequalify for a competitive tender for the development of the new power project, dubbed Salalah-2 IPP, at Raysut in Dhofar governorate. The successful bidder will be granted a 20-year license to develop, finance, design, engineer, construct, own, operate and maintain a gas-fired power station of between 200-400 megawatt capacity.
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