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National Day: OMAN announces opening of 10 projects



National Day: Oman announces opening of 10 projects
Nov 12, 2022 
Muscat: As part of its efforts towards encouraging economic diversification, attracting investments, empowering the private sector, and creating job opportunities, the Oman Investment Authority (OIA) has announced the opening of national projects, which are part of its National Development Portfolio to celebrate the 52nd National Day of Oman.
OIA said that these projects spread over a number of governorates, and different sectors, through its subsidiaries, as well as in partnership with local and foreign companies, are estimated to be valued at RO750 million.
The projects include the water supply from Sohar Port to Ibri (RO153 million), Grain Storage silos (RO21 million), Gulf International Poultry Farm (RO26 million), Jumeriah Hotel (RO95.4 million), Bisat oilfield project, A, B, C (RO157 million), Al Sharqiyah Water Desalination Plant ((RO60 million), Water Supply to Jabel Akhdar ((RO24.5 million), Salalah Ammonia (RO178 million) and Boat refueling station and tank farm (RO11 million) and Sanvira Carbon (RO61 million).
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