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The Ministry of Electricity and Water (MEW) plans to construct a desalination plant in Kuwait.
The project involves the construction of a desalination plant with a capacity of 69690180 m3/yr (69.69 Million Cubic Meters per Annum). It will include the rehabilitation of auxiliary power units, the upgrade of MSF distillation units, the construction of other related facilities, and the installation of safety systems.
In February 2014, it was decided to decommission the existing legacy desalination plant at Doha East over the coming five to seven years, and that a new facility would be built on the same suite of location. However, it was still undecided whether the new capacity at Doha East will be procured directly by the ministry, or through a privately financed model by the Partnerships Technical Bureau (PTB).
The project involves the construction of a desalination plant with a capacity of 69690180m3/yr at Doha East, Kuwait City, Kuwait.
The US$400 million project includes the following:
1. Rehabilitation of multi-stage flash distillation units
2. Rehabilitation of auxiliary power units
3. Installation of safety systems
4. Construction of infrastructure-related facilities