The agreement includes establishing three floating stations to desalinate water and the transfer of desalinated water from the stations to desalination tanks.
Each of the three stations will have a capacity of 50,000 cubic meters per day (m3/d) with a total capacity of 150,000 m3/d.
The project will be operational for 20 years, starting from the date of commercial operation, which is expected to be in the fourth quarter (Q4) of 2020, according to a company statement on Sunday.
It is worth noting that Bahri is the national shipping company of Saudi Arabia, while SWCC is a Saudi government corporation responsible for the desalination of seawater, producing electric power, and supplying desalinated water to various regions across the Kingdom.
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