Sohar Power Company SAOG owns and operates the largest power generation and water desalination plant in the Sultanate of Oman.
SPC was incorporated in 2004 after award of the Sohar IWPP project in a competitive tender. The Company has built and owns the 585MW electricity generation and 33MIGD seawater desalination plant in Sohar. The plant is located in the Sohar Industrial Port Area in the Al Batinah region of the Sultanate. The site is strategically located in an industrial hub, near the main gas transmission system and electricity grid network.
The capacity of a plant is defined as the total electrical power (in MW) and water (in m3/day), which can be
delivered by the plant under specific environmental conditions (Reference Site Conditions). The contractual
capacity of Sohar plant is 585 MW and 6,250 m3/hr, constant over the 15 years period of the PWPA.
Name : Saif Abdullah Al Harthy
Year of Joining : 2011
Education : Masters in Chemical Engineering, University of Nottingham, UK.
Experience : Mr. Al Harthy started his carrier as a field Engineer in Petroleum Development Oman (PDO)
, where he was involved in the design and upgrade of the major gas exporting facilities in central Oman. He later worked as a senior Business Planner for the PDO gas directorate before joining Qalhat LNG in 2006 as a Technical Coordinator. Mr. Al Harthy is currently working for Oman LNG as Chief Information Officer.
MAY 21, 2015
Disclosure related to technical issues at Sohar power and desalination plant
Sohar Power Company would like to disclose the following information related to two technical incidents that occurred during the first semester of 2015 and will have an impact on the company financials for this year.
APR 20, 2015
Disclosure - Board of Directors' Resolutions