Tripoli, 19 March 2013:
Waha Oil Company has awarded a contract to Zulal Water Technology (ZWT) for three turnkey reverse osmosis water plants for the company’s Gialo, Waha and Essider oil camps.
Announcing the multi-million dinar contract today, Tripoli-based ZWT said that the project would be completed during the fourth quarter of the year as Waha Oil wanted the plants be commissioned as soon as possible.
The total capacity of the three proposed Zulal plants exceeds 4,000 cubic metres a day.
“Our existing GE-Ionics EDR plants are in poor condition and in urgent need of replacement,” said the Engineering Manager of Waha Oil. “We selected ZWT based on the strength of their technical proposal and their ability to install high quality water plants in a short time frame, which they demonstrated when installing an emergency water plant for us recently at Waha site.”
Iftikhar-ul-Haq, Managing Director of ZWT, commented: “This contract award reflects ZWT’s strong reputation and execution track record within the Libyan market. We very much look forward to working with Waha Oil again and are confident of completing the project on time and to the client’s satisfaction.” [/restrict]