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Kuwait: Refinery Project Veolia to Operate Wastewater Treatment Plant at Al Zour Refinery

Editor: Alexander Stark

Kuwait Integrated Petroleum Industries Company (Kipic) has awarded Veolia a contract for the operation and maintenance of its refinery wastewater treatment plant in Al Zour in southern Kuwait. The 7-year contract has a volume of $ 63 million.

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Al Zour is one of the largest refinery complexes in the world under development.
Al Zour is one of the largest refinery complexes in the world under development.
(Source: Kipic)

Aubervilliers/France — It is one of the largest refinery complexes in the world under development: As soon as it is commissioned, the Al Zour refinery will have a production capacity of 615,000 barrels per day, increasing Kuwait’s refining capacity to over 1.5 million barrels a day.

Its owner, the Kuwait Integrated Petroleum Industries Company, has chosen Veolia for the operation and maintenance of its future wastewater treatment plant. The plant will treat and recycle wastewater at the rate of approx. 1500 m3/h, and will also be responsible for the sludge incineration unit.

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