Australia-based global engineering services giant Worley announced that it has been signed Framework Bridging Agreement for services in the Saudi giga project NEOM. The agreement was inked with ENOWA, the energy and water subsidiary of NEOM, Worley said in a stock exchange statement. The statement said ENOWA is planning to create a sustainable supply and distribution of water and energy throughout the NEOM region.
Under the agreement, Worley will provide services for the development of low-carbon-electricity-powered facilities for water treatment, storage and distribution including seawater desalination, brine processing, pilot scale, testing, utility, offsite and storage facilities.
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