DUBAI, Sept 20 (Reuters) - Saudi Arabian utility developer ACWA Power IPO-ACPO.SE has delayed plans for an initial public offering, originally envisaged for this year, sources familiar with the matter said on Thursday.
It is the latest company to delay a public listing in Saudi Arabia at a time when the government is focused on attracting more investment to the market under its push to move the economy away from a dependence on oil revenues.
A spokesman for ACWA Power declined to comment. The company has $30 billion of assets under management and counts Saudi sovereign wealth fund Public Investment Fund as a shareholder. (Writing by Tom Arnold; Editing by Mark Potter)