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Kuwait: Sparking the recovery

High oil prices are generating wealth for Kuwait and facilitating a massive construction programme.

Bahrain: Fighting fit

Bahrain knows it needs to ‘punch above its weight’ if it is to remain a hub for business in an increasingly competitive Gulf region, and that its power and water supply will have to be up to the task.

Regional Focus: UAE powers ahead

The seven emirates that make up the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Fujairah, Ajman, Ras al-Khaimah and Umm al-Qaiawan, saw an average economic growth of 8.2 per cent for the five years 1997-2002. GDP was projected to reach 3.3 per cent in 2003.

Equipment Roundup

Raw water with high and variable amounts of total dissolved solids, total suspended solids and periodic oil contamination, were just some of the challenges facing engineers as they designed the water treatment system at Rijnmond Energy Center in the Netherlands.

Conserving water at the world’s largest air-cooled coal plant

Drought currently plagues much of South Africa. It is one of a couple of dozen countries in the world facing extreme water stress.

Safeguarding the performance of your gas turbine

Amid soaring energy demand and rising concern over limited natural resources, interest in energy efficiency is also growing across a whole host of industry sectors – from manufacturing to construction – with public awareness combining with economic and environmental considerations to drive the trend.

Qinshan sets the standard

The Qinshan III Candu nuclear power plant consists of 2x728 MWe units constructed by Atomic Energy of Canada Limited (AECL) and its partners Bechtel and Hitachi with the Third Qinshan Nuclear Power Company Ltd. (TQNPC).

Ensuring a polished steam performance

The utilization of continuous electrodeionization for demineralizing pre-treated water for modern high-pressure boilers is on the rise.

First filter your fluids

The cleaning of the fluid systems associated with conventional steam generators and combustion turbines is an inexpensive, although sometimes neglected, task that is critically important to their smooth and efficient operation.

Going from strength to strength in the Gulf region

From relatively humble beginnings International Power has transformed itself into the leading independent water and power developer in the Middle East.