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MEW - Al-Zour South Power Plant Conversion 263 MW - Kuwait - Project Profile

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Summary
The Ministry of Electricity and Water (MEW) is undertaking the conversion of the Al-Zour South Power Plant project in Kuwait.

The project involves the conversion of the existing open-cycle gas turbine units at Al-Zour South power station to combined-cycle facility with a capacity expansion by 263MW.

It includes the construction of a substation, water transmission pipelines, raw water storage tanks, switch-yard for power evacuation, a powerhouse and related facilities, the installation of turbines, heat recovery steam generators and condensing steam turbine generator sets and the laying of transmission lines.

In June 2015, MEW issued tenders for the construction contract with a submission deadline of August 2, 2015. In July 2015, the deadline was extended to October 11, 2015.

Seven groups submitted bids for the tender. China's Sepco III and the local Al-Mulla Group submitted the lowest bid (US$204 million). The other bidders are:

1. Alstom (France) / Alghanim International General Trading & Contracting (local) (US$227 million)

2. Duro Felguera (Spain) / Kharafi National (local) (US$237 million)

3. OHL (Spain) / Initec (Spain) / KCCEC (local) / United Gulf Enterprises General Trading & Contracting (local) (US$238 million)

4. Orascom Construction Industries (Egypt) / Al-Dhow Engineering General Trading & Contracting (local) (US$273 million)

5. Hyundai E&C (South Korea) / AH Al-Sagar & Bros (local) (US$303 million)

6. Harbin Power Engineering Company (China) / Abdali Group Joint General Trading & Contracting Company (local) (US$305 million)

In April 2017, SEPCOIII was appointed as the contractor and Siemens AG was appointed to deliver industrial steam turbines.

Construction works are underway and is expected to complete in the second quarter of 2019.

Scope
The project involves the conversion of the existing open-cycle gas turbine units at Al-Zour South power station to combined-cycle with a capacity expansion by 250MW in Kuwait.

The US$300 million project includes the following:

1. Construction of a substation

2. Construction of water transmission pipelines

3. Construction of raw water storage tanks

4. Construction of a powerhouse

5. Installation of condensing steam turbine generator sets

6. Installation of heat recovery steam generators

7. Installation of transformers

8. Laying of transmission lines

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