ADNOC & TAQA to Develop World Class Utilities at TA'ZIZ in Ruwais
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ADNOC & TAQA to Develop World Class Utilities at TA'ZIZ in Ruwais

Abu Dhabi National Oil Company and Abu Dhabi National Energy Company PJSC TAQA have signed an agreement to construct the utilities facility for

Abu Dhabi National Oil Company and Abu Dhabi National Energy Company PJSC TAQA have signed an agreement to construct the utilities facility for TA’ZIZ, the new world-scale chemicals production hub and globally competitive industrial ecosystem currently under development at Ruwais, Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates. This agreement brings together two of Abu Dhabi’s industrial champions, using the expertise and skills of both TAQA and ADNOC to enhance the attractiveness of TA’ZIZ projects and strengthen the value proposition for investors.

TA’ZIZ will accelerate the UAE’s broader economic growth and industrial diversification, with initial chemicals production expected in 2025. Opportunities are available for local and international investors to participate across the value chain, including light manufacturing and services. Under the terms of the utilities facility agreement, ADNOC and TAQA will jointly develop the power, steam, cooling, demineralized and waste water services to enable chemicals projects within the TA’ZIZ ecosystem.

TA’ZIZ will catalyze the development of manufacturing and supply chain activities at Ruwais. Manufacturers will locate in the TA’ZIZ Light Industrial Zone, adjacent to the TA’ZIZ Industrial Chemicals Zone, off-taking TA’ZIZ chemicals to make value-added products for local and international markets. Suppliers will cluster in the TA’ZIZ Industrial Services Zone, to meet the growing needs for services in the Ruwais industrial area.

Since its launch in November 2020, TA’ZIZ has made significant progress. Development activities at the site have moved forward, with land and marine surveys already completed. Considerable interest has been received from local and international investors in opportunities across the entire ecosystem and value chain, and agreements with the first phase of investors are nearing finalization. Contracts have been awarded for the first stages of development for the TA’ZIZ site, and work is already underway. This includes geotechnical and topographical surveys, a marine bathymetric survey and health, safety and environment impact assessments, which have already been completed. The surveys will enable civil engineering works to prepare the TA’ZIZ site for construction as well as dredging for an entirely new port facility. Tenders for the Front-End Engineering and Design (Pre-EED/FEED) of the seven TA’ZIZ chemicals derivatives projects have been awarded. Final investment decisions for the projects and awards of related EPC contracts are being targeted for 2022.

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