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The Great Man-made River Project

The Great Man-made River Project (GMRP) is one of the largest civil engineering projects in our time and the longest water conveying scheme ever. The project is aiming to extract 6.5mcm/d (six and half million cubic meters of water per day) from the southern Libyan dessert and convey it to coastal fertile land in the north where more than 85% of the population resides. The project will extract the required flow from approximately 1,300 wells that are distributed over an area of about 17,500 square kilometers. The depth of the wells ranges from 450 meters to 1000 meters. The water will be collected in collecting network (collectors) which extend over 2,250 kilometers of pipeline having diameters ranging from 400 mm to 2800 mm. The water will be conveyed in a long conveying network, the total conveyance length of which is more than 4,000 kilometer. The conveyance is composed of 575.000 pipe joints. The pipes' diameter varies from 1600 mm to 4000 mm, and the pressure ranges from 6 bars depending on the topography of the terrain. The length of the pipe is 7.5 meters and it is made of pre-stressed concrete cylinder sections (pccp).

The project is managed by the implementation and Management Authority of The Great Man-made Project, which was established in 1983.

The overall project is constituted of basically three phases as follows:

Phase 1, which is called the Sarir Sirt-Tazerbo Benghazi System, is to convey 2 mcm/d and has a conveyance of 1600 kilometers of 4 meters pipeline. It conveys water from Tazerbo and Sarir well fields to Benghazi and Sirt cities and all the towns in between.

Phase 2, which is known as Hasuana-Jafara system is to extract and convey 2,5 mcm/d and has conveyance pipeline of 1000 kilometers of 4 meters pipe diameter. It conveys water from Alhasuana well fields to the Jafara plain, the city of Tripoli and the other towns on the way.

Phase 3, is complementing phase 1 and phase 2 and is composed of the Alqordabia Assadada Link which links phase 1 with phase 2 and is capable of conveying 98.0000 cm/d either direction. It is a 4 meter pipeline conveyance and is 190 kilometers long. The Kofra system is to extract 1.68 mcm/d form the Kofra well field and convey it to a Sarir header tanks location to join the phase 1 network and increase the daily flow to 3.68 mcm/d. The length of the pipeline is 480 kilometers of 4 and 3.6 meter diameter pccp pipe line. The Ghadames-Zuara-Alzawia system is to exploit and convey a daily flow of 250,000 cm/d from Ghadames well field to the western coastal towns west of Alzawia city. The conveyance is the 650 kilometers of 1600 mm pccp pipeline in the Aljaghbob-Tubroq system is to to exploit and convey a daily flow of 135,000 cm/d from a well field south hof Aljaghbob to Tubroq city and eastern towns around it. This system will also cover the daily water demands for all the towns from Derna to Albordi. The conveying network is about kilometers of mm pipline. The project will be using pump stations to supplement the gravity flow, which characterizes the GMRP systems, and it will consume about MW of power.

The GMRP is providing an annual consumption of over 1000 cubic meter of water per capita and will be distributed to users as follows:

Municipal use 30%.
Agriculture use 68%.
Industrial use 2%.

Its aim is to irrigate approximately 135,000 hectares of cultivated land and to provide most of coastal cities and towns with their domestic water needs.

 

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