The huge demand for energy and water for the upcoming FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar is expected to boost Qatar Electricity and Water Company (QEWC) growth this year, according to QNB Financial Services. Growth in 2022 should be encouraged by rising energy and water cuts, especially at 2H (second half) of 2022 because of the Qatar World Cup 2022, QNB Financial Services said in a statement.
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As expected, the water expansion in UAH 61.45 MIGD was done during 1Q first quarter of 2021, he added. The Umm AI Haul Power Project 60% owned by QEWC, was empowered to generate 2,520 MW of power and 136.5 MIGD of saltwater and became fully commercially viable in the second quarter of 2018.
The company has completed the expansion of the Umm AI Houl station, which has increased its salt production capacity by an additional 61.4 million MIGD. The project achieved 30 MIGD production capacity in February 2021 and full production capacity was reached in early April 2021.
The Umm AI Houl power station is considered to be one of the most important power plants in the country and one of the largest desalination facilities in the region. This project is important to the nation and is an important step in achieving water security in the country. The reverse osmosis technology used at the facility is environmentally friendly and contributes to efforts to reduce gas emissions as much as possible and to increase efficiency.
This has a significant impact on improving the efficiency of natural resource management in line with Qatar’s National Vision of conservation and reliance on environmentally friendly technologies. After the expansion, the Umm AI Houl station supplies 30 percent of the country’s electricity needs and 58 percent of its total water needs.
Ooredoo Maldives MD invites Pres. to attend the upcoming FIFA World Cup 2022
The Executive Director (MD) and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Ooredoo Maldives, Khalid Hassan Al-Hamadi invited President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih to attend the upcoming FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar.
The invitation was extended to the Maldivian president during a meeting at the Presidency on Thursday, during which the Ooredoo Maldives MD and the CEO and President Solih held talks. During the meeting, the Maldivian president asked Ooredoo Maldives MD and CEO Al-Hamadi about Ooredoo Maldives’ efforts to improve its services. The meeting also saw Ooredoo Maldives MD and CEO Al-Hamadi present the Maldivian president Adidas Al-Rihla, the official football of the tournament. For more to know about Qatar World Cup tickets Click here.
FIFA sends World Cup guests to homophobic Qatar hotels
Despite the assertion by the England Football Association (FA) that baboon fans will be welcome in Qatar for the World Cup, which will be held from November to December, a report by Norwegian broadcaster NRK, SVT of Sweden, and DR in Denmark revealed that several hotels in the country can reject same-sex marriage.
The hotel responded I would like to inform you that in the past we have had incidents where the police have picked up Qatari people from a hotel who have had homosexual relations. Since the announcement of the case, FIFA has been in contact with the Executive Committee of the Heritage and Qatar World Cup 2022, LLC and will ensure that the aforementioned hotels are informed of our strict hospitality requirements in a non-discriminatory manner.
Hotels, as well as any other FIFA World Cup-related service provider, who fail to comply with the high standards set by organizers, will have their contracts terminated. FIFA’s position on the inclusion and protection of human rights is flexible and is set out in the FIFA Principles.
FIFA Human Rights Policy and several FIFA rules and codes of conduct of any kind based on gender or sexual orientation. The organization added in a statement to the News that it was in regular talks with LGBTQ + football fan teams to learn from their experiences and give assurances to all LGBTQI + fans to feel safe, respected, and welcome at the World Cup.
Responding to years of criticism of its anti-LGBTQ + laws, Qatar said it would allow Pride flags at its FIFA World Cup venues, saying it would expect visitors to respect our culture. When it comes to rainbow flags in stadiums, FIFA has its own rules, rules, and regulations, Nasser Al-Khater, chief executive of the Qatar World Cup 2022, told the Associated Press in December 2020.
We are open and welcoming. We understand the differences in human cultures. We understand the differences in people’s beliefs so I think, again, everyone will be accepted and everyone will be treated with respect. Since our culture is the culture of this world, we also expect people to respect our culture. I think there is equality and there is a sense that people will respect people from all walks of life.
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