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QEWC capex set to jump to QR7.6bn in 2016-18: Moody’s (The Peninsula - 23/06/2016)

Qatar Electricity and Water Company’s (QEWC) capital expenditure (capex) is slated to increase substantially to QR7.6bn in 2016-18 against a total QR1.6bn spend during 2012-14, according to Moody’s, a global credit rating agency. “QEWC’s capex has

Taqa eyes $1bn in first bond sale since 2014 (Trade Arabia - 15/06/2016)

Abu Dhabi National Energy Company, the state-controlled energy investor, is returning to international bond markets for the first time since 2014 to help it refinance debt due in October. The company known as Taqa is offering five-year bonds at a range

Saudi Electricity seeks international investors for 2 solar plants (Arab News - 13/06/2016)

Saudi Electricity Co. (SEC) is seeking bids from international developers to build two solar-power plants in Al-Jouf and Rafha in the north of the country. SEC said it is inviting expressions of interest from companies or consortiums around the world in

Taqa to seek debt refinance abroad (The National - 08/06/2016)

Abu Dhabi National Energy Company will this week start doing the rounds of potential bond investors as it seeks to refinance a maturing portion of its large debt load. The company, which is known as Taqa, announced through the Abu Dhabi Stock Exchange

SEC, Bahri sign accord for shipment of electrical materials and equipm (Saudi Gazette - 01/06/2016)

Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) signed on Monday an agreement with the National Shipping Company of Saudi Arabia (Bahri) for the shipment of materials and equipment used in the generation, transmission and distribution of electrical power. This deal is

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