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ADNOC and TAQA announce project for sustainable water supply

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ADNOC and TAQA have announced a project to supply sustainable water to onshore operations worth up to US$2.4 billion.

ADNOC and TAQA announce project for sustainable water supply

The Investment approach in infrastructure asset will see a consortium of Orascom Construction and Metito arrange the project financing for the construction phase and operate the innovative water treatment and transportation project for 30 years.

The centralised seawater treatment facility aims to replace current deep aquifer saline water systems across ADNOC’s onshore operations, enhancing energy efficiency by up to 30%.

The strategic project will reduce ADNOC’s environmental footprint and see over 60% of the project value flow back into the UAE economy.

Abdulmunim Al Kindy, ADNOC Upstream Executive Director, said: “We are delighted to partner with TAQA and other industry leaders in this strategic project that will reduce our environmental footprint and unlock significant value as we continue to decarbonise and future proof our operations. The project will enhance our onshore energy efficiency by replacing less-efficient high-salinity, deep aquifer water systems with a centralised seawater treatment facility and transportation network. “

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