Kahrabel FZE

Kahrabel FZE oversees and manages the development, construction and operation of the electricity and water production business of ENGIE group in MENA region. It is an entity 100% owned by International Power S.A., which is ultimately owned indirectly by ENGIE group.  Engie is a global reference in low-carbon energy and services, aiming to be the world leader in the zero carbon transition "as a service" for its customers. As of 2019, Engie had 171,100 employees, and revenues of 60 billion Euros. The Group is listed on the Paris and Brussels stock exchanges (ENGI) and is represented in the main financial indices (CAC 40, DJ Euro Stoxx 50, Euronext 100, FTSE Eurotop 100, MSCI Europe) and non-financial indices (DJSI World, DJSI Europe and Euronext Vigeo Eiris - World 120, Eurozone 120, Europe 120, France 20, CAC 40 Governance).

Middle East Investment LLC

Middle East Investment LLC is a subsidiary of Suhail Bahwan Group, which is one of the foremost & most reputed business house in the Sultanate of Oman.

Middle East Investment LLC is mainly engaged in investment & trading in quoted & un-quoted equity and debt securities.

Middle East Investment LLC has grown to become a reputed Omani Investment Company. An achievement resulting from unwavering commitment to Sultanate of Oman, the professionalism of the Group’s employees, a keen sense of social responsibility with a strong awareness of its operating environment and the exceptional vision and close adherence to basic values. Our portfolios focus on investing in banking, power, telecom, consumer & pharmaceutical sectors that provide the opportunity to create and capture value in a risk averse manner. The Company professionally managed investment stakes consisting of local and international diversified portfolios of securities, debts and direct investment.


Sojitz Global Investment B.V. (SGI)

Sojitz Global Investment B.V. (SGI) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Sojitz, which is an investment and trading corporation based in Tokyo, Japan, and listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange.

Sojitz employs more than 19,000 people worldwide (as of September 2020) and achieved revenues of JPY 1.8 trillion in the fiscal year ended in March 2020 (IFRS basis).

Sojitz was established through the merger of Nichimen Corporation (established in 1892) and Nissho Iwai Corporation (established in 1896) in 2004. Sojitz conducts its operations in around 50 countries through over 400 consolidated subsidiaries and affiliated companies in Japan and overseas. Sojitz’s business activities are wide-ranging, covering machinery, energy and metal, chemicals and consumer lifestyle. Sojitz’s strength lies not only in developing financial schemes, but also in conducting accurate analysis of markets through its overseas networks and determining the commercial viability of businesses using accumulated expertise in various fields. Sojitz has used these skills to pursue opportunities in IPP businesses as a developer, investor, finance arranger and/or project coordinator. Sojitz has been involved in IPP projects worldwide including Oman, Saudi Arabia, USA, Indonesia, Vietnam, Mexico, Sri Lanka and Japan.

Specifically in the Gulf region, Sojitz has long been actively involved in power and water business including EPC projects such as Ghubrah Phase 1, 2, 3/4 and 5 and IPP projects such as PP11 IPP (1,729 MW) in Saudi Arabia and Barka-3 (744 MW, CCGT) / Sohar-2 (744MW, CCGT) in Oman.

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SEP International Netherlands B.V. (SEPI)

SEPI is a wholly owned subsidiary of Shikoku Electric Power Co., Inc. (Yonden) for investing to and managing IPP/IWPP projects outside Japan, which holds shares in Barka-3 IPP (744MW, GTCC) & Sohar-2 IPP (744MW, GTCC) in Oman, Ras Laffan C IWPP (2,730MW, GTCC & 63MIGD) in Qatar, Huatacondo IPP (98MW, Photovoltaic) in Chile, Yunlin IPP (640MW, Offshore Wind) in Taiwan and Ahlone IPP (121MW, GTCC) in Myanmar.

Huatacondo IPP, 98MW Photovoltaic power project in Chile, achieved COD in 2019 and sells electricity in electricity market.

In 2019, Yonden committed new investments of Yunlin IPP (640MW Offshore wind project in Taiwan) which is now being constructed, targeting COD in 2021 and Ahlone IPP (121MW GTCC project in Myanmar) which is now under operation from 2013.

Yonden, listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, is an electric power utility and carries out the integrated process of generating, transmitting, distributing, and selling electricity to approx. 4 million people in Shikoku region, Japan. Yonden employs approx. 2,400 people and has achieved consolidated operating revenues of USD 7.1 billion from the electricity sales of 29.9 billion kWh in the fiscal year ended March 31, 2020. Since its establishment in 1951, Yonden has contributed to regional development through the stable supply of low-cost, high-quality electricity by establishing a balanced energy mix that combines nuclear, coal, oil, gas, hydro, and solar power, totaling approx. 5,435MW (net and gross) in generating capacity at 63 power stations.

Especially in the thermal power field, over 400 engineers engage in engineering, construction, operation and maintenance of thermal power plants whose generating capacity is approximately 3,391MW with their comprehensive experiences, skills and know-how obtained for more than 60 years. Yonden owns two GTCC units (296MW and 289MW at its Sakaide Power Station).

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PASI is a public authority established in Oman enjoying administrative and financial independence pursuant to Royal Decree 72/91 issued on 2nd July 1991. PASI manages a defined benefit pension scheme for Omani nationals employed in the private sector through prudent, wise and long-term  investment strategies. Currently the scheme members exceed 203,000 active participants.

PASI invests actively in the local and international capital markets. Locally, PASI has been a pioneer in participating in power, utility companies and major real estate projects. Internationally, PASI’s investments cover both traditional (such as fixed income and equities) and alternative assets (such as private equity, infrastructure & real estate).

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Civil Service Employees Pension Fund (CSEPF)

The Civil Service Employees Pension Fund (CSEPF) was established simultaneously with the introduction of the Law of Pensions and End of Service Benefits for Omani Nationals employed in the Government sector in the beginning of 1986.

The Fund is an independent government unit which has a juristic personality, an administrative and financial independence.

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Ministry of Defence Pension Fund (MODPF)

The Ministry of Defence Pension Fund is a public legal entity in the Sultanate of Oman duly organized under, and registered pursuant to, Sultani Decree 87/93 issued on 29th December 1993. The Ministry of Defence Pension Fund is one of the largest pension funds in Oman and is a major investor in the local capital markets, both in equities and bonds. It is also a major participant in project investments and Real Estate investments. The Fund is represented on the boards of several prominent Corporates in Oman.