NOMAC Globally


Projects


NOMAC currently has full operational responsibility for 19 major projects, regionally and worldwide, operating a Concentrated Solar Power project in South Africa, a Photovoltaic (PV) System in Bulgaria, and other successful ongoing projects in Turkey, Mozambique, Morocco and Oman.
NOMAC is also privileged to be responsible for the O&M of some of the largest plants ever built in the world, including the largest MSF plant, and the largest combined cycle project.

International Awards & Achievements


Along with ACWA Power, NOMAC has been officially awarded the 200 MW PV Solar Project in Dubai from "Dubai Electricity & Water Authority" (DEWA).

ACWA Power and NOMAC have also been selected as PREFERRED BIDDER to undertake the Construction and provide O&M services, respectively, of the Redstone Solar Thermal Power Project (CSP) in South Africa. And in Oman, "NOMAC Oman" has been awarded the O&M of Barka I Expansion 2 – SOMA.

This growth in NOMAC's Portfolio is a continuation of the implemented growth strategy by ACWA Power and NOMAC. Key considerations to this strategy involve continued growth in the KSA and expansion of operations in Western Asia (Turkey), Middle East (UAE, and Oman), North African Corniche (Morocco and Egypt) and Southern African Cone (South Africa and Mozambique). As a result, NOMAC is committed to deliver outstanding services to its clients and create tremendous shareholder value as we grow into a major O&M service provider.  

Regional Projects


NOMAC has completed mobilization and assumed full responsibility for the operation and maintenance of the following facilities under long term contract:

  1. Shuaibah Independent Water and Power Project, which achieved Financial Close on 15 January 2006 and currently produces over 800,000 m³/day of desalinated water and 1,200 MW of gross power;
  2. Shuaibah RO Expansion water Independent Project, which achieved Financial Close in July 2007 and currently produces 150,000 m3/day of desalinated water;
  3. The Shuqaiq Independent Water and Power Project , which achieved Financial Close on 29 Mar 2007 and currently produces over 200,000 m³/day of desalinated water and 900 MW of gross power;
  4. The Marafiq Jubail Independent Water and Power Project, which achieved Financial Close on 20 Jun 2007 and currently produces over 800,000 m³/day of desalinated water and 2,743 MW of gross power;
  5. The Bowarege Independent Water project, which is a floating, self-contained, mobile water desalination solution and that currently produces approximately 50,000 m³/day of desalinated water at its current location in Yanbu in the Red Sea.
    NOMAC is also fully responsible for the operation and maintenance of two barge-mounted and self-supporting desalination plants currently located in Yanbu, Saudi Arabia.