Qatar looks to boost capacity ahead of 2022 World Cup
Qatar is to expand its desalination capacity to support construction works ahead of the 2022 World Cup, and in line with the country's transformation plan Vision 2030, Qatari newspaper Al Sharq reports.
Oman's water output rises, but 30 per cent is wasted
Oman increased the amount of water it produces by 6 per cent to 300 million m3 in 2015, the Omani Public Authority for Electricity and Water's (PAEW) annual report shows.
Dubai prepares to add desalination capacity at Jebel Ali Power Station
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has unveiled details of a contract handed to an unnamed company to develop a new desalination facility at Jebel Ali Power Station.
GE Power water reuse solutions installed at refinery in Regina, Canada
GE Power is supplying water recycling technology to the Co-op Refinery Complex in Regina, Saskatchewan province, Canada, after new rules mandated that the refinery find a new water source.
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China's CCCC tables a $650 million bid for IDE Technologies
Hong Kong Stock Exchange-listed China Communications Construction Company (CCCC) has bid $650 million for IDE Technologies, reports Engineering News-Record.
IDA Fellowship partners with PUB to offer desal or reuse opportunity
Singapore's national water agency PUB is to host the IDA Fellowship Programme for 2016-17, with the selected individual offered an opportunity in either desalination or reuse for the first time.
Call for innovations in water, women and agriculture
The US, Netherlands, South Africa, and Sweden have again joined forces to offer millions of dollars to innovators who enhance food productivity by improving water efficiency in agriculture.
GE supports water reuse at new power plant in ZhuoZhou City, China
GE has signed a deal to supply water reuse technology to a new coal-fired power plant, Zhuozhou Jingyuan, in Hebei province, China, to help the plant meet new, tougher standards on water pollution.