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JUBAIL WATER AND POWER
Jubail Water and Power (JWAP) is the world’s largest Independent Water & Power Project (IWPP)

located in Saudi Arabia that was developed on a Build-Own-Operate-Transfer (BOOT) basis and under a 25-year off-take agreement. The plant has power capacity of 2,750MW and water capacity of 800,000 m3/day (176 MIGD). The project achieved commercial operation status in 2010. GIC owns 20% of the company.

AL-DUR POWER AND WATER COMPANY
Al-Dur Power and Water Company (ADPWC) is the largest Independent Water & Power Project (IWPP)

located in Bahrain that was developed on a Build-Operate-Own (BOO) basis and under a 25-year off-take agreement. The plant has power capacity of 1,240MW and water capacity of 218,000 m3/day (49 MIGD). The project achieved commercial operations status in 2012. GIC owns 25% of the company.

SHUQAIQ WATER & ELECTRICITY COMPANY

Shuqaiq International Water & Electricity Company (SQWEC) is an Independent Water & Power Project (IWPP)

located in Saudi Arabia that was developed on a Build-Operate-Own (BOO) basis and under a 20-year off-take agreement. The plant has power capacity of 950MW and water capacity of 212,000 m3/day (47 MIGD). The project achieved commercial operation status in 2011. GIC owns 20% of the company.

Website: www.sqwec.com

AL-EZZEL POWER COMPANY

Al-Ezzel Power Company (AEPC) is the first Independent Power Project (IPP) located in Bahrain

that was developed on a Build-Operate-Own (BOO) basis and under a 20-year off-take agreement. The plant has a power capacity of 950MW and achieved commercial operation status in 2007. GIC owns 45% of the company.

RAS LAFFAN POWER COMPANY

Ras Laffan Power Company (RLPC) is an Independent Power Project (IPP) located in Qatar

that was developed on a Build-Own-Operate-Transfer (BOOT) basis and under a 25 year off-take agreement. The plant has a power capacity of 750MW and a water capacity of 181,000 m3/day and achieved commercial operation status in 2004. GIC owns 10% of the company.

Website: www.rlpc.net

SHAMS AD-DHAHIRA GENERATING COMPANY

Shams Ad-Dhahira Generating Company is the first Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Independent Power Project (IPP)

in the Sultanate of Oman that will be developed on a Build-Own-Operate (BOO) basis and under a 15-year off-take agreement. The plant will generate a power capacity of 500MW. The plant expects to achieve commercial operation status in 2021. GIC owns 40% of company.

BAHRAIN LNG

Bahrain LNG is the first Liquefied National Gas (LNG) facility located in Bahrain that has been developed

on a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) basis and under a 20-year off-take agreement. It has a capacity of 800 million standard cubic feet per day and will achieve commercial operation status in Q4 2019. GIC owns 24% of the company.

Website: www.bahrainlng.com