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IWPs Feast on Oman’s Rising Water Demand

30 March 2016
Research Note

IWPs Feast on Oman’s Rising Water Demand addresses Oman Power and Water Procurement Company (OPWP) water supply agreement with a consortium of Valoriza Water, Oman Brunei Investment Company, and Sogex Oman. The 20-year water purchase agreement includes plant design, construction, ownership, financing and operation of a reverse osmosis desalination plant. Peak water demand in Oman is expected to increase by as much as 55% from 2015 to 2021, driving over $1.2 billion investment in desalination.

As part of Bluefield Research’s ongoing analysis global water markets, our water experts have analyzed the recent changes in Oman’s market structure. This includes the expansion of private water investment, increasing role of reverse osmosis players, and the forecasted outlook for water in the country.


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