Flexible Structures to Meet Customer Needs
With over 45 years of project experience, IDE has built hundreds of desalination plants for customers under all types of contract frameworks, creating a track record unmatched by any other company.
Through work with customers ranging from government agencies, municipal utilities and defense authorities to process industries, power utilities, refineries and hotel developers, IDE has developed flexibility and an ability to understand the operational and financial needs of its clients. As a result, IDE is equally comfortable functioning as an equipment supplier, turnkey project integrator, sub-contractor or managing partner for all types of desalination projects.
In fact, IDE prides itself on its track record of successful co-operation with developers, contractors, operators and joint venture partners. IDE views these smooth-functioning relationships as the key to its consistent record of delivering complex projects on-time and within-budget.Project Delivery Frameworks
In Engineer/Procure/Construct and Turnkey contracts, IDE assumes responsibility for all project phases until the plant is up and running, including engineering, manufacturing, delivery of equipment to site, supervision of erection, civil and marine works, commissioning and start-up. IDE has deployed hundreds desalination units on a full or partial EPC/Turnkey basis, representing a total production capacity of over 2,000,000 m3/day.
Water Sales (BOT/PPP):
IDE’s partnership models are designed to help customers manage risk and reduce water cost. Through PPP (Public Private Partnership) structures, the customer, who has limited experience in the construction, operation, maintenance and finance of massive desalination projects, transfers risk to experts with the skills required to plan, manage, execute and operate these complex undertakings. Possible models include joint-ventures, strategic partnerships, Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT), Build-Operate-Own (BOO), Private Finance Initiative (PFI) and others. Within these frameworks, IDE accepts responsibility for building the project (including securing required financing), and then operating the facility under a long-term concession (ranging from 10-26 years) after which the plant is transferred to the customer. Contracts usually include the sale of the water produced by the plant to governmental and municipal customers for a fixed price established in the contract. Over the past 15 years, IDE has taken on BOT projects of increasing size and complexity, each breaking previous records for desalination capacity and desalinated water prices.
To learn more about our vast experience in project implementation and view our reference list as well as our success stories please download the following:
|IDE Reference List.pdf||102.16 KB|
|Hadera Success Story.pdf||512.97 KB|
|Tianjin Success Story.pdf||543.51 KB|
|Ashkelon Success Story.pdf||454.13 KB|
|Reliance Success Story.pdf||367.54 KB|
|Sarlux Success Story.pdf||304.41 KB|