RAWEC considering raising further debt in the capital or loan markets

Rabigh Arabian Water and Electricity Company (RAWEC) (99% indirectly owned by ACWA Power) is considering raising incremental senior debt in the capital or loan markets. This facility would further supplement and would be pari-passu to the previously announced US$ 800 million equivalent senior debt facility that was drawn down on Dec 30, 2021 and the US$ 125 million senior debt facility that was drawn in early Jan 2022 and would be non-recourse to ACWA Power.


RAWEC is an independent water, steam & power producer that supplies these essential utilities on a captive basis to an integrated refinery and petrochemical complex owned by Rabigh Refining and Petrochemical Company (“Petro Rabigh”). ACWA Power holds an indirect 99% equity stake in RAWEC through its wholly owned subsidiaries. RAWEC developed its integrated facility in 2 phases; phase I being commissioned in June 2008 and phase II in June 2016. The integrated facility has an installed capacity of 840 MW power, 6110 t/h steam and 12000 t/h water.

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