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Oman calls consultancies for water sector revamp

MUSCAT, August 3, 2017

Oman-based Nama Group has invited consultants to take part in a competitive process for a contract to provide advisory services on the restructuring of the water sector in the sultanate, a report said.

The restructuring exercise will not be limited to potable water distribution and supply activities, but will also include wastewater services and water resources, added the Oman Daily Observer report.

“The Government of Oman is restructuring the institutions which develop policy, provide services and regulate the country’s water supplies and wastewater services. Nama Holding, a government-owned company that will, at least initially, hold the shares of the new service companies, will shortly be procuring consultants to support the design and implementation of the new sector arrangements,” the report said, citing a Nama statement.

The scope of the advisory services contract will cover financial, technical and legal aspects, as well as specialist themes like policy development, company establishment, asset valuation, change management and human resources, Nama Group said.




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