Under the agreement, Worley will provide engineering and advisory services to ENOWA for the water supply infrastructure that will deliver up to two million cubic meters of desalinated water per day to NEOM, located in the North-West of Saudi Arabia. The project scopes relate to water production, brine beneficiation, management, and storage.
These water infrastructure projects will be powered by renewable electricity, and the desalination process will not discharge any brine into the sea. This will help reduce negative environmental impacts on the Red Sea’s fragile ecosystem.
The services will be executed by both Advisian, Worley’s global consulting business, and Worley staff from 17 countries around the globe. Advisian will generally focus on advisory, consulting and pre-FEED activities, whilst Worley will deliver FEED, detailed engineering, procurement, and project management services.
“NEOM intends to deliver a sustainable circular water economy, and we are pleased to be able to use our global expertise to deliver ‘first of a kind’ water solutions that minimize impacts on the natural environment and align with our purpose of delivering a more sustainable world,” Jim Lenton, Group Senior Vice President, Worley
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