Sembcorp opens $1bn plant in Oman's Salalah

Singapore-built plant will provide country with water and power under 15-year agreement
Sembcorp opens $1bn plant in Oman's Salalah
electric pole, electrical energy, GCC energy, power generation
By Daniel Shane
Wed 22 May 2013 03:38 PM

Singapore-based utility Sembcorp has officially opened its $1bn water and electricity plant in the Omani city of Salalah.

The facility includes a gas-fired power plant and seawater desalination plant, and will provide water and power to the Gulf country under a 15-year purchase agreement.

Partners in the project include Oman Investment Corporation and Instrata Capital.

Sembcorp, the largest utility in South East Asia, also owns the Fujairah 1 water and power plant in the UAE.

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