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    Lundi 7 juillet 2008 -- La société Algerian Energy compagny (AEC) a confié à la société Hyflux de Singapour un contrat d'un montant de 468 millions de dollars pour la réalisation d'une unité de dessalement d'eau de mer à Magtaa (Oran), d'une capacité de 500.000 m3/jour.

    Le contrat a été signé dimanche soir à Alger par le PDG d'AEC, filiale des compagnies publiques Sonatrach et Sonelgaz, M. Amanallah Sari et du PDG de Hyflux Mme Olivia Lum, en présence du ministre algérien de l'Energie et des Mines Chakib Khelil.

    L'usine de Magtaa sera financée à hauteur de 30% sur fonds propres du groupe Hyflux, les 70% restants étant assurés par des banques publiques algériennes avec pour chef de file la Banque Nationale d'Algérie (BNA).

    Selon M. Khelil, il s'agit du projet de dessalement "le plus important au monde", qui doit entrer en service en 2011 et couvrir les besoins en eau de prés de cinq millions d'habitants.

    L'Algérie a lancé un programme de dessalement comptant 13 stations, dont deux ont été livrées à Oran et à Alger. Deux autres sont en cours d'achèvement pour être réceptionnées en 2008 à Beni Saf (200.000 m3) et Skikda (100.000 m3).

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    ALGIERS, July 8, 2008 (KUNA) -- The Algerian ministry of energy and mines announced Tuesday it had signed a contract with the Singaporan industrial group Hyflux to build one of the largest water desalination plants in the world in the province of Oran, west of here. The plant will produce up to 500,000 cubic meters of desalinated water daily and is estimated to cost when built at least USD 468 million. According to the terms of the contract, the ministry of energy will purchase desalinated water from the Singaporan company building the plant at a cost of USD 0.55 for the cubic meter. In effect the company will build the plant and sell its product to the ministry of energy. When completed and operational, the plant will meet the water needs for at leat five million people, making it one of the largest projects of its kind. The Singaporan comany will finance 30 percent of the project whereas the rest will be financed by a consortium of Algerian banks.

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    SAN LEANDRO, California, December 9, 2008 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Energy Recovery, Inc. (ERI), a global leader of ultra-high-efficiency energy recovery products and technology for desalination, announces the award of another large-scale energy recovery contract for seawater reverse osmosis (SWRO) desalination in Algeria. The Souk Tleta SWRO Desalination Plant, located in Tlemcen in Northwestern Algeria, will have a total capacity of 200,000 cubic meters per day (m(3)/day) (52.8 million US gallons per day (MGD)). The plant is slated to begin operation in the first half of 2010.

    The Souk Tleta plant is being built by the Singapore-based company Hyflux on a 25-year build, own, operate and transfer (BOOT) basis. It will provide desalinated seawater to the Algerian Energy Company (AEC), the state-owned national water entity of Algeria. Under the contract, ERI will supply the plant with 260 PX-220 energy recovery devices that will save an estimated 21 MW of energy.

    Earlier this year, Hyflux also contracted ERI's PX technology for the 100,000 m(3)/day (26.4 MGD) Tianjin desalination project. This is the largest desalination project contracted in China to date.

    Borja Blanco, ERI's GM and VP, Mega Projects Division, stated, "This is a significant award for us in that we are able to provide our client with maximum energy savings which results in the lowest life-cycle costs. Our technical staff works closely with all involved to ensure that the project achieves or surpasses the energy recovery expectations."

    About ERI

    Energy Recovery, Inc. (ERI) is a leading manufacturer of energy recovery devices which help make desalination affordable by significantly reducing energy consumption. ERI's PX Pressure Exchanger(R) (PX(R)) device is a rotary positive displacement pump that recovers energy from the high pressure reject stream of SWRO systems at up to 98% efficiency with no downtime or scheduled maintenance. The company has research, development and manufacturing facilities in the San Francisco technology corridor as well as direct sales offices and technical support centers in key desalination hubs such as Madrid, UAE, Shanghai and Florida. ERI service representatives are based in Algeria, Australia, China, India, Korea, Mexico, Taiwan and the Caribbean.

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