OPWP inks water purchase agreement with global consortium
- Oman: Sunday, February 17 - 2013 at 04:57
A consortium between Malaysia-based Malakoff International, Sumitomo Corp of Japan and Cadagua of Spain, has signed a 20-year water purchase agreement with Oman Power and Water Procurement Co (OPWP), Muscat Daily has reported. The agreement with Muscat City Desalination Co (MCDC) for the sale and purchase of potable water will also ensure the guaranteed contracted net desalination capacity of 42MIGD or 191,000 cubic metres per day from the Ghubra water desalination project.
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