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Hyflux has secured an extension on its deadline to sell Tuaspring desalination and power plant.
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Hyflux has issued a series of updates on its reorganisation, as well as news of two new contract wins in Iran and Turkey.
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India seeks information from desalination providers
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Hyflux exits contract with SWCC amid company reorganisation
Hyflux has quit a contract with Saudi Arabia's Saline Water Conversion Corporation (SWCC) for three seawater reverse osmosis (SWRO) plants, amid moves to restructure the company.
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Sembcorp's solitary offer for Tuaspring falls short of book value
Sembcorp has emerged as the only bidder for Hyflux's Tuaspring integrated power and water plant with an offer that undercuts the plant's book value, reports Business Times of Singapore.
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Tuas Desalination Plant officially opens ahead of SIWW 2018
Singapore has officially cut the ribbon on Tuas Desalination Plant ahead of Singapore International Water Week 2018.
Keppel poised to buy chemical company Ixom
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Gujarat State, India, has unveiled a new policy for water reuse amid a deepening water crisis in the region.
Gujarat industry wants distribution for desalinated water
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Chennai Metrowater chair sets March deadline for project tenders
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India's east coast ports look to containerised desal
India's Ministry of Shipping has instructed ports at Paradip, Kamarajar, and Chidambarnar to install containerised desalination plants, reports Business Standard.
Madras High Court halts Nemmeli desal tender
The tender process for a desalination project in Chennai has been frozen by the Madras High Court in Tamil Nadu, reports Times of India.
India's Ministry of Environment backs Chennai mega-project
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