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Mitsubishi, Toyo Thai to build seawater desalination plant in Qatar

5:58 AM, 19th January 2013
Mitsubishi, Toyo Thai to build seawater desalination plant in Qatar

TOKYO, JAPAN/DOHA, QATAR: Mitsubishi Corporation together with Toyo Thai Corporation Public Company Limited have concluded a contract with Qatar Electricity & Water Company (KAHRAMAA), to build the Ras Abu Fontas (RAF) A2 seawater desalination plant. The desalinated water produced by the plant will be supplied to KAHRAMAA for 25 years.

Mitsubishi will work with Hitachi Zosen Corporation (Hitz) to install seawater desalination plant facilities, while Toyo will be responsible for the remainder plant facilities such as seawater intake and boiler installations etc. The project is expected to be completed and commissioned by June 2015.

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