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Waterise, Jordan Phosphates Mines Company Partner for Deep Sea Desalination Project

by Madaline Dunn

Jordan Phosphates Mines Company (JPMC) has announced a strategic partnership with Waterise, a Norwegian start-up specialising in deep-sea desalination.

Under the agreement, the two will work on a deep sea desalination project in the Gulf of Aqaba to meet the increasing water demand at JPMC’s facilities.

This collaboration aims to leverage Waterise’s desalination solution to support JPMC’s water needs sustainably, the company shared.

According to the two parties, they are currently working to secure the water off-take arrangements before executing the definitive agreements.

JPMC’s Chairman, H.E. Dr. Mohammed Thneibat, commented: “This partnership with Waterise aligns perfectly with our commitment to sustainable development and environmental stewardship. By utilising this innovative desalination solution we can ensure a consistent supply of water while minimising our ecological footprint. We look forward to seeing the positive impact this project will have on our operations and the surrounding community.”

Niels Petter Wright, CEO of Waterise, added: “Our deep sea desalination solution based on world class oil and gas technology and marine operations represents a significant advancement in sustainable water production, and we are confident that it will provide a reliable and environmentally friendly local water supply for JPMC’s critical operations in the Gulf of Aqaba.”

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