power plants | Egypt Oil & Gas - Part 4

Iran Tempts Foreign Investors with Electricity Exports

Iran's Deputy Energy Minister Alireza Daemi announced that the Iranian government will now allow foreign companies to export part of the electricity which they generate in the country

Zambia Taking Tentative Steps to Tackle Power Problem

Zambia's President Edgar Lungu announced that Zimbabwe and his country have partnered to explore the possibility of developing a 1,800 Megawatt (MW) power station at Batoka Gorge in Southern Province with an estimate ...

Iran Welcoming German Energy Companies with Open Arms

Iran's Deputy Energy Minister Houshang Falahatian announced that his country was on the verge of signing deals with German companies to establish new electricity generation plants

Kuwait Expanding Power Projects, Renewables, Amidst Oil Price Pressures

The Kuwaiti Finance Ministry has approved the construction of a series of projects worth $9.9 b including power plants and desalination facilities and other infrastructure projects

Dolphin Celebrates its Energy Achievements

In its sixth sustainability report, covering the company’s operations and activities for 2014, Dolphin said it also achieved 100 per cent plant availability for the fifth consecutive year

ACWA Power’s $220 Mn for Egypt Renewable Projects

Saudi Arabia-based power and water project developer ACWA Power announced Sunday it signed concession contracts with the Egyptian Ministry of Electricity to build three renewable energy power plants in Egypt.

South Africa Seeks Eskom´s Partial Privatisation

South Africa is considering either partially privatising state-owned utility Eskom or putting up some of its assets for sale in order to secure funding for the power producer and resolve an energy crisis, the Treasur ...

GE to Train and Maintain through Saudi Joint Power Plant Venture

Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) and GE recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to set up a joint venture that will extend operations and maintenance (O&M) support to SEC’s power plants in the kingdom.

Japanese Company Hired to Refurbish Iraqi Power Plants

Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems (MHPS) has received an order from the Ministry of Electricity of Iraq for refurbishment of a 200MW unit (Unit 4) at the Hartha Thermal Power Station.

Eskom’s Chairman Steps Down Despite South African Power Crisis

Zola Tsotsi will leave his post as chairman of Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd., the state utility that’s struggling to keep South Africa supplied with power, after a dispute over the suspension of four managers including the ...

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