SONELGAS

Algeria's electricity utility

Annonce de la création d'une "holding de l'eau" en Algérie

La Tribune

Algérie: Abdelmalek Sellal annonce la création d'une holding de l'eau

Rafik Elias

20 Juin 2005
Dans le but d'améliorer la gestion des ressources hydriques
Le ministre des Ressources en eau, Abdelmalek Sellal, a annoncé hier qu'une «holding de l'eau» sera prochainement créée en vue de chapeauter les structures en charge de la gestion des ressources en eau et de l'assainissement.

Augmentation des tarifs de l'eau

La Tribune

Algérie: Le code des eaux adopté hier

Faouzia Ababsa

16 Juin 2005

90 députés votent les futures augmentations des tarifs de l'eau

Note d'African Energy Intelligence sur le Développement de SONELGAS

Africa Energy Intelligence

January 14, 2009

Sonelgaz

SECTION: STATE-OWNED COMPANIES

LENGTH: 118 words

JGC Corp gagne un contrat en Algérie

The Nikkei Weekly (Japan)

December 15, 2008 Monday

IN BRIEF: Opportunity in Algerian power

LENGTH: 427 words
IN BRIEF: Opportunity in Algerian power

JGC Corp. has formed a power plant operating company in Algeria, where electricity demand is growing 6-7% a year.
The Japanese plant-engineering firm has taken a 30% stake in Algerian O&M Co., which is capitalized at $3 million. The remainder is held by Algerian state-run power company Sonelgaz SpA and a power-related firm in Oman.
A JGC executive will serve as president of the venture.

Nouveau contrat de ABB avec SONELGAZ

Press Release (ABB)

April 23, 2008 Wednesday

Algeria: ABB awarded $ 70mn Sonelgaz contracts

BYLINE: Esmerk

LENGTH: 85 words
ABSTRACT
Swedish/Swiss ABB has signed contacts valued at US$ 70mn ( EUR 55.11mn) with Société Nationale d'Electricité et du Gaz (Sonelgaz) in Algeria. The three contracts are to supply power products and systems to strengthen Algeria's electricity grid.

L'Algérie exporte son électricité au Maroc

InfoProd

January 7, 2008 Monday

ALGERIA ELECTRICITY EXPORTED TO MOROCCO

LENGTH: 57 words
According to Al-Khabar newspaper (January 6, 2008), Mr. Noureddine Bouterfa, CEO of Algeria's state-owned power company, Sonelgaz, announced that the Algerian electricity network has become more secured after being linked to Moroccan, Tunisian and Spanish networks. Mr. Bouterfa added that Algeria exports about 1 million electricity to Morocco.

LOAD-DATE: January 11, 2008

LANGUAGE: ENGLISH

ACC-NO: A200801075F-1728E-GNW

PUBLICATION-TYPE: Other

JOURNAL-CODE: WINP

Les contrats de Total, Alstom et GDF en Algérie

World Market Research Center

Global Insight

December 5, 2007

France's Total, Alstom, GdF Secure Gas, Power, Nuclear, and Petrochemical Deals in Algeria

BYLINE: Matthew Hall

SECTION: Main Story

LENGTH: 1378 words
A state visit to Algeria by French President Nicolas Sarkozy, intended to repair and strengthen the relationship between the countries, was yesterday accompanied by a raft of energy and petrochemical deals.
Total Secures Ethane Cracker

Ansaldo Energia en Algérie

World Markets Research Center

Global Insight

July 11, 2007

Italy's Ansaldo Energia Awarded US$478-mil. Algerian Power Plant Contract

BYLINE: Samuel Ciszuk

SECTION: In Brief

LENGTH: 226 words

SNC-Lavalin se chargera de 20% de l'approvisionnement en électricité de l'Algérie

Africa Energy Intelligence

August 23, 2006

SNC Lavalin Edges Out Siemens

SECTION: ELECTRICITY No. 422

LENGTH: 264 words

Starting from 2008, Canada's SNC Lavalin will find itself supplying 20% of Algeria's electricity. The group announced last month it had won the engineering, construction and operating contract for the huge, 1,227 MW Hadjret Ennous power plant at Tipasa to the west of Algiers.

Projet Algérie/UEA et SNC-Lavalin dans le secteur de l'énergie

Business Recorder

May 14, 2006 Sunday

JOINT ALGERIA, UAE POWER PLANT CONSTRUCTION

LENGTH: 540 words

In order to pool their synergies and enrich their technological experiences and further promote their bilateral relations, Opec Fund Member States the United Arab Emirates and Algeria have embarked on two separate multi-million dollar independent power projects to be constructed in the latter country.

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