SWPC Issues Request for Qualification for three Independent Water Transmission Projects (“IWTPs”)

SWPC has issued the RFQ for Rayis Rabigh, Riyadh Qassim and Jubail Buraydah IWTPs.

Rayis Rabigh IWTP – Transmission capacity of 500,000 cubic meters per day, and a length of 150 km. The RFQ was issued on 12th December 2021 and SOQs are due on 20th January 2022.

Riyadh Qassim IWTP – Transmission capacity of 685,000 cubic meters per day, and a length of 1,392 km. The RFQ was issued on 21st December 2021 and SOQs are due on 31st January 2022.

Jubail Buraydah IWTP – Transmission capacity of 650,000 cubic meters per day, and a length of 603 km. The RFQ was issued on 21st December 2021 and SOQs are due on 31st January 2022.

Through the IWTP program, the Saudi Government is aiming to develop the necessary potable Water Transmission Systems network comprising of pipelines and interim/terminal storage facilities to provide critical connectivity between the consumption centers and the upcoming desalination plants. It should be noted that Batch 1 IWTPs comprises of four Projects. The SOQs of the first IWTP (Ras Mohaisen IWTP) have already been received and SWPC is in the process of issuing of the RFP to the qualified applicants.

Synergy is the Lead and Financial Advisor for the IWTPs with Fichtner as the Technical Advisor and Amer Al Amr Law Firm as the Legal Advisor.