Your top infrastructure stories of the week
Your top stories for infrastructure this week are:
- ECHEM signed an agreement with US construction giant Bechtel to set up a USD 6.7 bn petrochemicals and refinery complex in the Suez Canal Economic Zone.
- Enppi, Petrojet, Technip and ANOPC signed a USD 2.5 bn agreement to establish a mazut hydrocracking facility in Assiut.
- The government is in talks with the African Development Bank to borrow EGP 22 bn to improve roads in upper Egypt as part of the plan to link Argeen on the Egypt-Sudan border to Khartoum for the proposed Cairo-Cape Town highway project.
- Elsewedy Electric, Schenker and 3A will start work on the Sixth of October dry port by the end of this month.
- Hassan Allam Construction, Arab Contractors and Petrojet have been awarded three separate tenders to complete construction work for the Dabaa nuclear power plant.
- Twelve local and foreign companies are competing for a tender to establish a 200 MW solar plant in the West Nile Delta.