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SEC eyes Malaysian power assets (Reuters - 26/02/2012)

Saudi Water & Electricity Company (SEC) has emerged as the highest bidder for the power assets of Malaysian tycoon Ananda Krishnan estimated to be worth over $3 billion, the Star newspaper reported Saturday, citing unidentified sources. Krishnan’s sale

SEC signs SR480m Jeddah transformer contract (Arab News - 19/02/2012)

Saudi Electricity Company on Saturday signed an SR480 million contract to establish a transformer in the Western Province as part of its efforts to meet the growing demand for electricity. Ali S. Al-Barrak, CEO of the company, said the new transformer

SR33bn for power projects in Makkah region (Arab News - 14/02/2012)

The Saudi Electricity Company is currently executing projects worth more than SR33 billion in Makkah region, its CEO Ali Al-Barrak said Monday. He was briefing Makkah Gov. Prince Khaled Al-Faisal on the company’s achievements. The CEO said more than SR12

Reliable and continuous power supply is our aim, says SECO chief (Arab News - 13/02/2012)

Saudi Electricity Company President and CEO Ali S. Al-Barrak estimates that more than SR450 billion ($120 billion) of capital investment will be required over the next 10 years. In an exclusive interview , he says SR131.25 billion ($35 billion) would be

German skills boost for Saudi Electricity staff (Arab News - 09/02/2012)

Eight selected engineers of Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) will commence training at Siemens in Germany as part of an Expert Development Program, with the aim of expanding their know-how in the fields of energy and grid technology. Training officially

Saudi Electricity plans new oil fired power plant in Jeddah (Reuters - 09/02/2012)

Saudi Electricity Co (SEC) plans to build a new oil fired power plant in Jeddah over the next four years, two industry sources said. The 2,400-megawatt (MW), heavy fuel oil burning plant is expected to be completed by 2016 and will be called Jeddah

ABB wins $250m power orders from SEC (Arab News - 02/02/2012)

ABB, a leading power and automation technology group, has won orders worth more than $250 million from the Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) to construct new substations and reinforce existing ones, to help address the growing demand for electricity. The

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