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Water Network Expansion Projects

Water Transmission Network from Qurayyat Desalination Plant to Wadi Dayqah Transmission line
The water pipe is estimated to be 1400 mm in diameter and
12.5 km long and includes 6 main pumps.
Project Status : In operation from 2018

Water Transmission Network from future Water Purification Plant inWadi Dayqah to Diam water tank in Amerat
Transport pipes with lengths exceeding 70 km, including:
  • 4 main pumps
  • Container filling station in Qurrayat
  • Water distribution network in the area of the Lasm and Qurrayat
  • Tank in Dughmur to feed the water network of agricultural land in Dughmur

Project Status : In operation from 2018

Water Transmission Network from Boushar to Seeb
Water pipes with a length of 145 km include:
  • 5 pumping stations
  • 5 tanks with a total capacity of 451,000 cubic meters

Project Status : In operation from 2019

Water Transmission Network from Governorate of Sohar to Governorate of Dhahira
Water pipes with a length of 225 km include:
  • Establishment of four pumping stations
  • Construction of 15 reservoirs with a total capacity of 451,000 cubic meters

Project Status : Will be operational in the first quarter 2021

Water Transmission Network from Sohar to Barka
Water pipes with a length of 145 km include:
  • Establishment of 5 pumping stations
  • Construction of 5 tanks with a total capacity of 451,000 cubic meters

Project Status : In the final analysis and attribution phase

Water Transmission Network for Dhahira Governorate
Water pipe distance 192 km Includes:
  • Establishment of 5 pumping stations
  • Construction of tanks with a total capacity of 350,000 cubic meters

Project Status : In subtraction stage

Water Transmission Network for North & South Sharqiyah Governorate
Water pipe distance 312 km Includes:
  • 4 new pumping stations and the modernization of three other stations
  • Construction of 17 reservoirs with a total capacity of 260,500 cubic meters

Project Status : In subtraction stage