Also on our radar on 21 February 2021
French infrastructure firm Suez and Arab Contractors will take over operations and maintenance work at a wastewater treatment plant in Cairo’s Gabal El Asfar on 1 March, Suez said in a statement on Wednesday. The EUR 40 mn contract will see the two companies manage the facility for four years and carry out work to improve its energy efficiency. The plant has a capacity of 1 mn cbm/day, and treats wastewater for almost 5 mn people living in Cairo.
Other things we’re keeping an eye on this morning:
- The Natural Gas Vehicles Company (Cargas) is planning to set up some 170 natgas refueling stations at a cost of some EGP 2.5 bn as part of the state’s natgas transition plan.
- EasyJet will begin operating direct flights to Sharm El Sheikh and Hurghada from London Luton in June.
- Libyan Airlines flights are allowed to land in Egypt again after a one-year hiatus.
- A 10k feddan orange farm will be established in El Wadi El Gedid under the terms of an agreement between the Supply Ministry and Greek company Orange Be Global.