NEOM - NEOM City Development Program: Industrial City: Southern Cluster
Saudi Arabian NEOM is planning to undertake the construction of the southern cluster as a part of the NEOM City Development Program in Tabuk Province, Saudi Arabia.
The project was established in the north-western region of Saudi Arabia and will include territory from within the Egyptian and Jordanian borders. It will be extended over 468km coastline along the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aqaba and the total area will be 26,500km2.
NEOM aims to develop nine key economic sectors which are energy and water, mobility, biotech, food, technological and digital sciences, advanced manufacturing, media and media production, entertainment and living as NEOMâs foundation. It will be empowered entirely by renewable energy. The site will also become the main entrance to the King Salman Bridge, linking Asia and Africa, which will add to the zoneâs economic significance. It includes Royal Palaces, gathering hall, golf course, landscaping works and infrastructure works, and utilities.
The current profile is the part of the NEOM City Development Program and it covers the NEOM Industrial City package.
The US$7500 million project includes the following:
1. Helios Green Fuels
2. Construction of a hydrogen plant
3. Construction of a desalination plant
4. Construction of a manufacturing plant
5. Laying of inter-connecting lines
6. Construction of storage tanks
7. Construction of utilities and offsites
8. Construction of associated facilities.
29 September 2021
The main contract bids have been submitted and are under evaluation on the Site Establishment Package.
27 July 2021
There is no news regarding the main contract tender issue on the Air Separation Unit.
16 June 2021
The Ammonia Plant package is in the initial stages of development.
29 April 2021
The developers has issued Request for proposal for Helios Green Fuels: Substation & Transmission Line