K&M was hired as the Lead Technical Advisor to the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and the Islamic Development Bank (IDB) for the procurement of a 2,000 MW gas-fired Dairut IPP on behalf of the Egyptian Electricity Holding Company (EEHC). K&M was contracted to provide technical and environmental due diligence for the project, as well as technical support throughout the competitive tendering process. K&M reviewed existing environmental studies and permits related to the project and made recommendations on technical and financial issues related to the project’s development. K&M assessed the technical feasibility of the plant, which included analyzing the plant’s proposed capacity against market demand, assessing the suitability of the site, evaluating the plant’s fuel supply requirements and fuel availability, and developing technical design specifications for the competitive procurement of a private power plant developer. K&M was responsible for providing all technical data for the project’s financial model and for providing expert advice on the structure and content of the project’s key contracts. K&M also assisted with the commencement and management of the competitive tender process to select a private sector developer. Due to external events, the project’s development was delayed and K&M’s engagement concluded with the completion of the project procurement documents.