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Egypt, Ruhrpumpen Discuss Localizing Pump Industry

Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly held a meeting to discuss enhancing possible cooperation opportunities between the government and the Egyptian German Pump Company (Ruhrpumpen Egypt), which specializes in pump prod ...

Iran to Enter Guinea’s Energy Market

Iran and the Republic of Guinea have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to step up cooperation in water, power and energy sectors.

Moves Toward Sustainable Energy in Omani Provinces

Trade Arabia reported that Oman's Musandam Power Company (MPC) has signed a long-term power purchase deal with Oman Power and Water Procurement Company and made a Natural Gas Sales Agreement with the Ministry of Oil ...

Dubai Electricity, Water Meets Cisco’s ‘Best Practice’ Criteria

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa) has received the best practice award by Cisco, a global leader in networking technologies, for the upgrade of its technology infrastructure to support future expansion pla ...

PX Pressure Exchanger for Oman Water Plant

Energy Recovery, a leader in pressure energy technology for industrial fluid flows, has won an order worth $3.96 million to deploy its PX Pressure Exchanger technology in an independent water plant located in Qurayya ...

Mergers a Key Tool in Abu Dhabi’s Debt Alleviation Plans

Abu Dhabi may merge its national energy company into another state-owned business to make the company's crippling debts more manageable and try to turn around its performance

Oil Leak Under Control in Kuwait Refinery

Kuwaiti National Petroleum Company (KNPC) announced on Saturday that a leak had been discovered in a water treatment unit tank at its Mina Abdullah refinery

Oman Making Safety Records in Power Sector

Al Ghubra Power and Desalination Company (GPDCO), a part of Nama Group, has achieved a record of five million safe man hours during 1,884 working days,

Fracking Update: Clean Geothermal Power from Water Waste

Oil fracking companies seeking to improve their image and pull in a little extra cash are turning their waste water into clean geothermal power.

Saudi Adamant on Electricity, Water Subsidy Reforms

Saudi Arabia should eventually consider raising its domestic water and power prices to limit rapid growth of consumption in the world's largest oil exporter, a deputy electricity minister said on Tuesday.

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