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PTB - Al Khairan IWPP Plant 4500 MW - Kuwait - Project Profile

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Summary
Kuwait Partnerships Technical Bureau (PTB) is undertaking the Al Khirran IWPP Plant in Kuwait City, Kuwait.

The project involves the construction of 4,500MW power plant and 125MGD capacity desalination plant. The project is being implemented in three phases.



The first phase includes the construction of 1,500MW power plant and 125MGD (million gallons per day) desalination plant. The second and third phase includes the construction of 1,500MW power plant each.

The project also includes the construction of the cooling tower, the installation of steam turbines, generators, auxiliaries, electrical precipitates, switch gears, transformers, raw water pumps, safety system and the construction of other infrastructural related facilities.

The power plant will be developed by a special purpose vehicle (SPV). The SPV will design, build, finance, operate and maintain (DBFOM) the IWPP plant. The SPV will sign an energy conversion agreement together with a power and water purchase agreement with the Ministry of Electricity & Water.

In February 2012, PTB has issued expressions of interest (EOI) for consultants to advise the proposed power plant.

In March 2012, PTB issued a request for proposals (RFP) from consultants to advise the power plant with a submission deadline of May 2012.

In March 2013, PTB appointed an advisory team of BNP Paribas (financial), Chadbourne & Parke (legal) and Lahmeyer International (technical) to work on the design and procurement.

In December 2013, PYB invited EOI from the local firms to invest in the project through the establishment of a public joint stock company.

On February 8, 2015, PTB issued a request for qualification (RFQ) to construction companies to build the first phase of the project under DBFOM basis with a submission deadline of April 9, 2015.

In August 2015, the first phase of the project secured approval from the Government and PTB also pre-qualified seven companies to participate in the tender process.

Seven pre-qualified companies include Abengoa; International Company for Water and Power (ACWA)/AlMulla Group Holding Company Consortium; Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO); Marubeni Corporation/Fouad AlGhaim & sons Group of Companies Consortium; Mitsubishi Corporation; Mitsui & Co. Ltd; and Sumitomo Corporation.

Wataniya Environmental Services Co has been appointed as EIA consultant and Al Ruwayeh & Partners (ASAR) as lead consultant for phase I.

KAPP is yet to take a decision on the project development.

Scope
The project involves the construction of a 4,500MW power plant and 125MGD water desalination plant in Khairan, Kuwait.

The US$8,400 million project includes the following:

1. Construction of 1,800MW power plant in phase I

2. Construction of 125MIGD water desalination plant in phase I

3. Construction of substations

4. Construction of a cooling tower

5. Installation of pipelines

6. Installation of steam turbines

7. Installation of generators

8. Installation of auxiliaries

9. Installation of electrical precipitates

10. Installation of switch gears

11. Installation of transformers

12. Installation of raw water pumps

13. Construction of waste collection unit

14. Installation of safety system

15. Installation of valves

16. Construction of chimneys

17. Construction of related facilities

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