News tagged "Electricity"

KAHRAMAA inks contracts worth QR 7.7 billion

26th May 2014

The Qatar General Electricity & Water Corporation (KAHRAMAA) signed a slew of Electricity networks expansion projects contracts with a number of local and International companies for Phase 11- Qatar Power Transmission System Expansion Plan.[..]

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Larsen & Toubro wins two Saudi power contracts

Larsen & Toubro wins two Saudi power contracts

14th May 2014

secLarsen & Toubro's Saudi Arabian subsidiary announced that it has won two orders in the country. The first contract, awarded by National Grid, a subsidiary of Saudi Electricity Company is for the construction of two 115/13.8kV substations at Dammam Industrial Estate and Al-Majeedia, Qatif.[..]

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SEC signs four deals worth over SR2.3 billion

SEC signs four deals worth over SR2.3 billion

4th May 2014

secThe Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) signed on Wednesday four contracts for carrying out electricity projects worth over SR2.3 billion. This is in addition to 17 projects whose cost exceeded SR7 billion and which the Board of Directors of the company had agreed to award two weeks ago. The numerous projects are being planned so as to boost the electricity system and provide reliable electricity service to all its clients.[..]

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ABB wins US$110 Million Saudi substations deal

20th March 2014

ABB has won an order worth US$110 Million from the Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) to build new substations that will  will link the Taif East Governorate, a part of the Mecca region, to the national 380 kilovolt (kV) transmission grid. The 110kV power supply will serve the areas of Turbah, Al-Khurmah and Rania, mitigating the use of diesel-generated power in isolated areas.[..]

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GE Power wins US$23 Million worth orders from Saudi Electricity Company

13th March 2014

GE Power Conversion was awarded two orders of value totaling to US$23 Million to supply highly efficient and flexible components for Saudi Electricity Company (SEC). As per the contract awarded by Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI), GE will supply 24 18-megawatt MV7000 variable speed drives to SEC’s Jeddah South and Shuqaiq Steam Power Plants.[..]

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