Ad Dhahira Generating Company (‘AGC’ or ‘the Company’) owns and operates the Ibri IPP project. The project comprises of two power generation blocks with a combined contracted capacity of 1509 MW, located at Ibri in the Al Dhahirah Governorate of the Sultanate of Oman.
The plant commenced commercial operations in 2019 has a contracted capacity of 1509MW.
The power capacity of the plant is fully contracted to Oman Power and Water Procurement Company and is being used to meet the growing power demand in the main interconnected system. A consortium (‘the Founders’ or ‘the Promoters’ or ‘the Consortium’) comprising of Mitsui & Co. Ltd., ACWA Power and DIDIC signed the Power Purchase Agreement in March 2016.
To be the leading power generating company which meets the needs of all stakeholders by maintaining plant reliability, ensuring world-class safety and environmental practices while meeting shareholder expectations on project economics.
Provide a reliable power source for customers all the time. Maintain high safety standards for our staff, contractors, and customers with quality and be environment-friendly. Be the employer of choice within the power sector. Maintain expectation and growth
Positioned to lead, Highest priority to HSE, World-class operational performance, Best in class technology, Internationally reputed operator with local experience
The Ibri IPP lumpsum turnkey EPC project was completed in a total of 39 months and 10 days from a greenfield desert site to full commercial operation. It is a combined cycle power plant envisaged on a build, own, and operate (“BOO”) framework in response to the request for proposal (RFP) from Oman Power and Water Procurement Company (OPWP). The new plant, constructed within Ibri, employs gas turbine technology, firing fuel-gas as the main fuel, and fuel-oil as the back-up fuel.