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last updated on: 28 September 2016

Authority for Electricity Regulation - Oman

Also known as: AER
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Business SummaryDevelopment and supervising electricity companies in oman, support and implement the government's privatization policies for the power sectors, provides licenses to power companies.Country of IncorporationOmanOwnership TypeGovernmentEstablished In2004Primary SectorGovernmental InstitutionsNumber of Employees45

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Primary address
Anraam Building
Ministry Road
3rd Floor
Al Khuwair Area
954
Oman
Muscat
133
Region
Muscat
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