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    Being committed to the implementation of its optimised In-Country Value (ICV) strategy, Mazoon Electricity is earnestly dedicated to increasing Omanisation rates and developing the skills of the national workforce.

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  • New power grid to ease supply woes

    Petroleum Development Oman and two member companies of Nama Group signed MOU for a more integrated and co-ordinated power grid.

    Oman Daily Observer - 23-May-2016
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    The wholly government-owned Rural Areas Electricity Company is moving ahead with plans for the establishment of a pilot wind-based power project on Masirah Island off the Sultanate's eastern seaboard.

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  • Nama Group to sponsor OCCI's Business Opportunities Forum

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  • MEDC to invest RO 60m in expansion of power supply infrastructure

    Muscat Electricity Distribution Company (MEDC) will invest around RO 60 million in the expansion and modernisation of its supply infrastructure in 2015, according to a senior official of the wholly government-owned utility.

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  • OPWP seeks working capital facility from local banks

    MUSCAT: Oman Power and Water procurement Company (OPWP) has initiated steps to raise its working capital facility. The company is responsible for the procurement of new electricity generating and water desalination capacity in the Sultanate. "OPWP is intending to obtain working capital facility from reputed local banks", the company, which is a member of the Nama Group, said in an announcement.

    Oman Daily Observer - 28-Jul-2015
  • Dhofar Generating Company sale completed

    The Electricity Holding Company (SAOC) member of Nama Group has completed the sale of the Dhofar Generating Company in Salalah.

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  • EHC (NAMA Group) Salalah II IPP

    The Electricity Holding Company (SAOC) member of Nama group has completed the sale of the Dhofar Generating Company in Salalah with the completion of the shares transfer in the Muscat Securities Market on 4 June 2015, by which the control of Dhofar Generating Company (SAOC) has transferred from the Ministry of Finance and Electricity Holding Company to the new shareholders. Furthermore, new board

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    The cost to the Omani government of subsidising electricity supply to the nation's estimated 932,000 customers dipped slightly to around RO 302 million in 2014.

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