A power plant is to be built in Saudi Arabia, costing $1.23 billion (€947,000) to construct and featuring 17 field storage tanks that will store fuel oil.
The project is expected to begin construction in June and take about one year to build. Once complete, the Shoaiba II Combined Cycle Power Plant Project in Shoaiba will be able to produce about 1,238MW.
Rotary engineering has secured the EPC contact worth $34 million to build the storage tanks in a deal it says will help to ‘capitalise on its presence in Saudi Arabia’.
‘As we continue to build our reputation and track record in Saudi Arabia, we are confident that we will be able to convert more tenders into contracts over time,’ says Chia Kim Piow, Rotary’s MD.