Thee OETC GM has confirmed that the company has also signed five other agreements lately to build transformers stations in Yiti, Wadi Sagh
(Buraimi), Nakhal, and Qurum.
Whilst he is a possible form of the 3rd person singular feminine pronoun in the South West Midlands at this date, saht (if it is derived from sen, 'see') is not attested as a form of 3rd person singular d; it is not recorded in either MED or LALME, though the latter gives sar, saght, and sagh
. It is also a possible form of saughten, 'to make peace, be reconciled, be in agreement'; though in this case one would need a preposition with.