CAIRO: A pair of consortiums — led by Tamasuk and Al-Rajhi Holding— have been shortlisted for a contract to develop a 244-bed Al-Ansar Hospital in Madinah, reported MEED.
The project will be carried out on the basis of public-private partnership.
The scope of work will include handling operations, equipment procurement, and working on the design and construction of the project.
Solar power plant in Egypt
Egypt’s Ministry of Electricity and Renewable Energy has begun work on a solar power plant with a production capacity of 10 GWh in the Suez Canal Economic Zone, reported Egypt Today.
It is part of many Chinese investments directed in the country’s manufacturing sector.
“There are great efforts made by the ministry in coordination with various authorities to implement Egypt’s strategy to produce 42 percent of the total energy from new and renewable sources by 2035,” stated Mohamed Shaker, minister of electricity and renewable energy.
Qatar to develop $1bn blue ammonia facility
Qatar Fertiliser Co. —a subsidiary of QatarEnergy— has partnered with QatarEnergy Renewable Solutions in creating a $1 billion blue ammonia facility.
Located in Qatar’s Mesaieed Industrial City, the “Ammonia-7” project will hold up to 1.2 million tons a year of blue ammonia — making it the largest facility in the world of its kind.
The facility is expected to start operating in early 2026, reported MEED.