Keir International Company has been awarded two projects by National Grid SA, a subsidiary of Saudi Electric Company (SEC), to implement 132KV networks in Riyadh City at a total cost of 302.05 million Saudi riyals ($80.54 million), the company said in two separate statements on the Saudi stock exchange.
The first contract, valued at 48.85 million riyals, is to implement a connection of Al-Aridh with a 132KV network.
The work scope includes extending high-voltage underground cables, protection, telecommunication, SCADA and substation automation.
The second contract, valued at 253.20 million riyals, is to implement a connection of Al-Nazim with a 132KV network in Riyadh city.
The work scope includes high-voltage underground cables network expansion, gas-insulated switchgear substation extension, protection, telecommunication and substation automation for remote ends.
(Writing by D Madhura; Editing by Anoop Menon)
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