Israel’s Mekorot to sign Bahrain desalination deal – Bahrain

In the coming few days, Israel’s Mekorot National Water Company will sign a first deal to provide Bahrain with desalination technology for brackish water.

The agreement will be signed with Bahrain’s Water and Electricity Authority following talks with Mekorot CEO Eli Cohen and chairperson Mordechai Mordechai.

Mekorot believes that the deal will be the first of many deals with Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) worth millions of dollars annually.

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Israel’s Mekorot to sign Bahrain desalination deal – Bahrain2021-01-11T14:52:15+01:00

Toray to Supply RO Membrane for Desalination Plants in Bahrain, UAE – Bahrain

Toray Industries has recently announced that it has been awarded orders for the supply of reverse osmosis (RO) membrane for the Al Dur 2 Desalination Plant in the Kingdom of Bahrain and Umm Al Quwain Desalination Plant in the United Arab Emirates.

While the combined water production capacity of the two plants will amass 911,000 m3/day, the Umm Al Quwain Desalination Plant alone will hold one of the world’s largest capacity with 681,000 m3/day fresh water production.

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Toray to Supply RO Membrane for Desalination Plants in Bahrain, UAE – Bahrain2020-11-20T10:38:20+01:00

SEA, UoB discuss use of renewable energy in water desalination – Bahrain

Manama, May 10 (BNA): President of the Sustainable Energy Authority (SEA), Dr. Abdulhussain bin Ali Mirza, held a virtual meeting with the University of Bahrain (UoB).

The remote video meeting, in which Dr. Waheeb Al-Nasser, Dr. Hanan Al-Buflasa, Dr. Mohammed Ridha, Dr. Muammar Talib and Dr. Nour Al-Din Mansour and a number of SEA officials participated, followed up on the developments of the joint SEA- UoB research cooperation agreement on the use of renewable energy in water desalination.

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SEA, UoB discuss use of renewable energy in water desalination – Bahrain2020-05-11T14:55:32+02:00

Doosan Vina exports desalination equipment to Bahrain – Bahrain

Doosan Heavy Industries Vietnam (Doosan Vina) has exported three huge desalination devices with a total weight of over 2,000 tonnes to Bahrain, a company representative announced on April 7.

The three devices – Evaporator, Final-Effect, and Seawater Heater – are part of the Bapco MED project in Bahrain that Doosan Vina signed with Samsung Engineering Construction Limited in October 2018.

They will be used to heat and desalinate seawater into distilled water at Bapco.

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Doosan Vina exports desalination equipment to Bahrain – Bahrain2020-04-08T11:23:05+02:00

QEWC, Qeeri team up to face country’s water security challenge – Qatar

Qatar Electricity and Water Company (QEWC), and Qatar Environment and Energy Research Institute (Qeeri), part of Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU), have signed a 20-year research collaboration agreement to address the country’s water security grand challenge as mentioned in the Qatar National Vision 2030 mandate.

The agreement, signed by QEWC general manager and managing director Fahad Hamad al-Mohannadi, and Qeeri executive director Dr Marc Vermeersch, will enable QEWC to leverage its scientific and technical expertise, and will see the construction of a pilot plant [
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QEWC, Qeeri team up to face country’s water security challenge – Qatar2019-02-20T08:21:43+01:00

Bahrain’s Al Dur Power & Water Company in $1.3bn refinancing – Bahrain

Al Dur Power & Water Company, one of the largest power generation and water desalination companies in Bahrain, has announced to close a US$1.3bn refinancing, replacing the one originally provided in 2009.

The new financing was provided by a syndicate of 20 banks including local, regional and international banks. The refinancing facilities extend up to 14 years and include US$450mn of conventional facilities and US$850mn of Islamic facilities.

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Bahrain’s Al Dur Power & Water Company in $1.3bn refinancing – Bahrain2019-01-03T11:06:04+01:00

Strategic blueprint to boost water security – Bahrain

A new plant and expansion of existing ones will bolster Bahrain’s capacity to cope with the ever-increasing demand for water, the Electricity and Water Authority said yesterday.

This is part of the authority’s strategic power and water masterplan to meet future needs, according to a statement.

Bahrain’s water production plants generate about 186 million gallons of desalinated water per day, it said.

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Strategic blueprint to boost water security – Bahrain2018-09-22T19:06:29+02:00
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