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ONEIC nabs two construction contracts from MEDC

Construction contracts include building primary substations at Al Amerat-2 and Mawalleh South

This image is for representational purposes only.
This image is for representational purposes only.

Oman National Engineering and Investment Company (ONEIC) has bagged four contracts worth around OMR5.5m ($14.3m).

In separate filings to the Muscat Securities Market, the company said it had been awarded the contract by Muscat Electricity Distribution Company (MEDC) for construction of 3×20 mega volt amps (MVA) 33/11KV primary substation at Al Amerat-2 for $5.3m (OMR2.04).

The contract is for 10 months, Oman Tribune reported.

It also bagged another MEDC contract for construction of 3×20 MVA 33/11KV primary substation at Mawalleh South for $5.17 (OMR1.99) for a period of 10 months.

Dhofar Power Company awarded ONEIC contracts pertaining to bill printing and bill delivery for $1.8m (OMR701,025) for two years commencing May 2017.

It also awarded the company contracts pertaining to metre reading for $2m (OMR768,304) for two years from May 2017.

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