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Rayis-Rabigh Independent Water Transmission pipeline Project gets go ahead

Saudi Water Partnership Company (SWPC) announces the successful financial close of Rayis-Rabigh IWTP with support from the relevant authorities, and the commitment of the private sector developers.

Rayis-Rabigh IWTP is considered the first of its kind in the region to be developed with the participation of the private sector, and the first water transmission pipeline connecting the sources of water desalination in the regions of Makkah and Madinah with the capability of transmitting water in both directions, which will contribute to achieving high levels of continuous drinking water supply and improving the efficiency of water transmission in the two regions.

The 150-kilometer-long pipeline will transmit 500,000 m3/day of drinking water between Rayis in Madinah region and Rabigh in Makkah region and will be constructed and operated by the private sector on a Build, Own, Operate, and Transfer (BOOT) basis for a period of 35 years from the anticipated Commercial Operation Date (Q2, 2026) with a project cost of 2.4 billion Saudi Riyals. The winning consortium of the project comprises Cobra Instalaciones y Servicios, S.A., and Alkhorayef Water & Power Technologies.

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