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Merz and McLellan, the Tyneside power consultant, has picked up £20 million of contracts in the Middle East and Hong Kong.In Kuwait, the firm has won a £17.5 million design and project management assignment to complete the 2,400 MW oil and gas-fired Sabiya power station for the electricity and water ministry.The company was already working on the job when Iraq invaded Kuwait in 1990. Several of its engineers were taken hostage.Merz has also been appointed by the Public Establishment ..

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