TAQA has a portfolio of high-quality assets around the world including power plants, water desalination facilities and oil and gas exploration and production businesses.
TAQA’s plants provide more than 90% of the electricity and water requirements of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi.
TAQA’s Netherlands business focusses on developing and operating gas storage facilities.
TAQA operates oil and gas production platforms which produce from 12 fields in the UK North Sea.
TAQA’s North American oil and gas business is focused on conventional oil and gas production. TAQA also has power generation facilities in the United States.
Jorf Lasfar Energy Company (JLEC), TAQA’s subsidiary, delivers approximately 40% of the national electricity demand.
TAQA has secured oil and gas exploration rights in the new Atrush field in the Kurdistan region of Iraq.
TAQA’s presence in Ghana is centred around a 220 MW simple-cycle power plant located at Takoradi, 220km west of Accra.
TAQA owns and operates a lignite-fired power plant in the state of Tamil Nadu. TAQA also has a majority interest in a 100 MW hydro-electric plant in northern India.
TAQA owns a stake in the Sohar Aluminium smelter and 1,000MW power generation facility.
TAQA has an interest in the 250MW Jubail power plant.