LG Chem pledges $86.6 million for water desalination device plant – Saudi Arabia

The two companies vowed to commence the construction of the production facility in 2026 to meet increasing local demand for the reverse osmosis (RO) membrane, the device for desalinating water in the Middle East region.

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In concept, an RO membrane is similar to a filter in a water purifier but it is made with a polymer that filters the seawater down to the molecular level to remove salts and other impurities.

LG Chem pledges $86.6 million for water desalination device plant – Saudi Arabia2024-05-03T11:31:53+02:00

LG Chem to produce saltwater desalination materials – Saudi Arabia

South Korea’s LG Chem Ltd. will produce seawater desalination materials in Saudi Arabia starting in 2026.

The company announced Wednesday that it has signed an agreement with Saudi Arabia‘s Al Khorayef Group to localize production of reverse osmosis (RO) membranes.

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LG Chem to produce saltwater desalination materials – Saudi Arabia2024-05-03T11:30:11+02:00

Acwa Power seals $4bn Egypt green hydrogen project – KSA

Saudi-based Acwa Power, a global developer of power and desalination projects, a leader in energy transition and first mover into green hydrogen, said it has signed the framework agreement to outline the development of the first phase of the green hydrogen project in Egypt with a 600,000 tonnes-per-year capacity.

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Acwa Power seals $4bn Egypt green hydrogen project – KSA2023-12-25T02:17:10+01:00

Jubail 3A desalination plant’s solar power station linked to the Saudi grid – KSA

The solar power plant, powered by Vertex N 700W+ series solar PV modules supplied by China’s Trina Solar, was integrated into the grid by its contractor SEPCOIII, Trina Solar said in a press statement.

The solar PV station will meet 20 percent of the desalination plant’s daily power requirements and curtail carbon emissions by 60,000 tonnes annually.

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Jubail 3A desalination plant’s solar power station linked to the Saudi grid – KSA2023-09-04T01:13:59+02:00

Cape Town firm GrahamTek to build R5bn desalination plant – Saudi Arabia

A company based in Cape Town scored a R5 billion contract to design, build and operate a desalination facility in Saudi Arabia.

The contract was awarded to GrahamTek by The Saline Water Conversion Corporation (SWCC).

SWCC controls about 40% of the world’s desalination plants, and produces 6 billion litres of water for Saudi Arabia every day.

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Cape Town firm GrahamTek to build R5bn desalination plant – Saudi Arabia2023-08-02T00:19:25+02:00
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