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Wednesday, 4 April 2018

Gov’t nominates 100 companies to work with Rosatom on Dabaa power plant

The government has compiled a list of 100 Egyptian companies it will qualify to work on the USD 30 bn Dabaa nuclear power plant as subcontractors to Rosatom, according to government sources. The nominees cover a range of jobs, including electricity, construction, and consultancy. All of the usual private- and public-sector suspects are name-checked in the story. Egyptian companies are expected to take on 20% of the construction work (USD 4 bn-worth). The Electricity Ministry had prepared in February a list of 10 contractors to recommend for work on the plant. Construction work is expected to begin in 2020, but is contingent on Rosatom receiving the necessary regulatory approval.

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