Monday, 19 Apr 2021
Majan Electricity Company (MJEC) is seeking to raise its efficiency by expanding its electricity network. For this, it recently launched 33kV projects worth RO7,813,000 for 2018 in Dhahirah and Buraimi governorates.

Majan to implement projects worth RO7.81mn in Dhahirah and Buraimi

Muscat – 

Majan Electricity Company (MJEC) is looking for to raise its efficiency by expanding its electrical energy network. For this, it not too long ago launched 33kV projects worth RO7,813,000 for 2018 in Dhahirah and Buraimi governorates.

In a statement the business stated, “We are proud to announce that these projects have been directly supervised by MJEC engineers to ensure commitment to quality standards.”

  • Construction of new Yanqul-two Primary SS (2x20MVA) along with two 33kV feeders from Arid-1 &amp two Tapping in Dhahirah governorate at a price of RO1,699,000
  • Construction of new Khaws 2×6 MVA Primary SS and connected electrical function in Dhahirah governorate at a price of RO414,000
  • Construction of ROP’s Primary SS (2X20 MVA) with two 33kV feeders at New Ibri Grid SS – Dhahirah governorate at a price of RO1,922,000
  • Construction of 33kV feeders from New Dreez grid substation to provide current (Bat, Amla &amp Hajar) major substations in Dhahirah governorate (Phase-two) at a price of RO2,532,000
  • Construction of new 33kV feeder from Yanqul-1 PSS to Murri current feeder at a price of RO377,000
  • Construction of 33kV feeder from current Arid-two feeder to Khaws PSS 2×6 MVA at a price of RO400,000
  • Replacement of wooden gantry to steel gantry and upgradation from 1×6 MVA to 2×6 MVA for Zroup-18, at Buraimi governorate at a price of RO315,000
  • Upgrading Afradh major substation from 1x3MVA to 2X6MVA in Buraimi at a price of RO154,000
  • Majan Electricity Company is a member of Nama Group that distributes and supplies electrical energy in the governorates of North Batinah, Dhahirah and Buraimi.

    Information Source: Muscat Daily

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