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Doosan clinches 780 billion won Saudi desalination plant project
Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction Co. (DHICC) has clinched a 780 billion-won deal to build the Yanbu-4 seawater desalination plant in Saudi Arabia.
The deal was inked by DHICC with a consortium of French energy company Engie SA and Saudi Arabian firms Mowah and Nesma.
The facility, with a capacity of producing 450,000 tons of fresh water per day, will be built in Alrayyis, some 260 kilometers north of the western port city of Jeddah.
The South Korean plant builder is set to complete the construction by 2023.
DHICC is aggressively tapping into the seawater desalination plant market in the Middle East, clinching desalination projects in Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, and Oman since 2016.