ABOUT THE COMPANY
Nama Dhofar Services Company is the provider of electrical, water, and wastewater services in the Dhofar region. The company aims to provide safe, reliable, and high-quality services to the Dhofar Municipality, whilst also aiming to improve the efficiency of the network, and operations, as to reduce the loss of resources, and wake services more accessible to a wider range of customers.
The company’s electrical network covers the entirety of the Dhofar region and all of its willayat, providing safe and secure electrical services to the homes, farms, and commercial, industrial, and governmental buildings of the company’s 144,000 subscribers. This provision of service is made through an integrated network and voltage reduction stations, which are efficiently operated, as to provide subscribers with the safe and quality service that they are accustomed to.
Water is the source of life, and so it is of utmost importance for water services to be made readily available to all people. For this reason, Nama Dhofar Services Company provides water services to all regions and willayat in the Dhofar Governorate. This provision of water to the company’s subscribers is made through the water supply system, which consists of collection tanks, main transmission lines, and distribution networks. The company provides subscribers with water services of a high quality, that meet the Omani standard specifications for drinking water. The company has two massive desalination plants located in the Ashur region, which act as the primary source of water, reaching a combined 40 million gallons per day, and which supply water two three major cities in the region; Salalah, Taqah, and Mirbat. The combined length of the water networks in the Dhofar region is approximately 2,760 km, with willayat that are not attached to the main network being supplied by their own independent wells and desalination plants, and water networks.
Nama Dhofar Services Company covers the wastewater services for a variety of willayat in the Dhofar Governorate, with the length of the wastewater network in the city of Salalah alone exceeding 1000 km in length, and covering wastewater services of 76% of the city. The company plans to increase this coverage to 95% by the year 2025. The company operates its wastewater treatment process through nine treatment plants, which have a combined daily capacity of approximately 60,000 cubic meters.