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Siemens and Orascom Construction to Rebuild Baiji Power Plant

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Siemens and Orascom Construction to Rebuild Baiji Power Plant

Post by GirlBye on Tue Jul 10, 2018 12:23 pm

Power plant to be restored following damage in war with ISIS
German giant Siemens and Egypt's Orascom Construction have secured a partnership contract to rebuild the Baiji power plant in Northern Iraq. 
The organisations will be working together in order to boost the production capacity of the plant to 1,500 megawatts.
Orascom had previously signed a deal with the Iraq Ministry of Electricity to generate a 960 megawatt power plant with a budget for the project at $363 million.


This is a very positive sign that the country is on the mend. What say you?
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Re: Siemens and Orascom Construction to Rebuild Baiji Power Plant

Post by Terbo56 on Tue Jul 10, 2018 1:06 pm

It is the beginning of the mend, BUT, it will take a few years to get all the transmission line towers, power plants, roads, railways, oil pump stations, homes, shops, etc, along with fresh clean water to be brought into the different cities and towns- A lot to be done, and will be a slow hard process- Welcome to Dinar Daily, we're glad to have you here- Take your shoes off, grab a frosty, kick back, and relax... ayestu bigsmile
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Re: Siemens and Orascom Construction to Rebuild Baiji Power Plant

Post by GirlBye on Tue Jul 10, 2018 1:17 pm

Thank you Terbo56


I am really enjoying the information and various discussions.  I am extremely familiar with the electric utility dynamic, so I really understand your POV. I would love to see Iraq become a great country, the likes of Kuwait. 
I know that's a tall, and maybe unrealistic viewpoint, but hey! a girl can dream.  
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Re: Siemens and Orascom Construction to Rebuild Baiji Power Plant

Post by Terbo56 on Tue Jul 10, 2018 1:29 pm

No, not unrealistic at all, it will be a godsend when Iraq has all it needs and has the ability to get back on it's feet, but, I'm sure you have read the articles about Maliki, and what he has done since he was prime minister, since 2006- Until Sadr, and Abadi solidify the prime minister ship of Iraq, and Maliki is tried and sentenced for his crimes, it will be a serious problem to try to get everything up and rolling- Maliki will end up losing his immunity, but in the end, Iraq will be prosperous-Maliki has thrown a 'proverbial' wrench into everything to regain control of Iraq, for the benefit of Iran- You see, Sadr, Maliki, and Abadi are all cut from the same cloth, so to speak, and are formerly from Iran, so there in lies the issues of Sadr and Abadi breaking free from the ties of Iran-
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Post by Kevind53 on Tue Jul 10, 2018 10:40 pm

@Terbo56 wrote:It is the beginning of the mend, BUT, it will take a few years to get all the transmission line towers, power plants, roads, railways, oil pump stations, homes, shops, etc, along with fresh clean water to be brought into the different cities and towns- A lot to be done, and will be a slow hard process- Welcome to Dinar Daily, we're glad to have you here- Take your shoes off, grab a frosty, kick back, and relax... ayestu bigsmile
A good sign? Yes, but everything else aside. it will be years before they even have the IEDs and unexploded munitions cleaned up to the point they can even think about rebuilding the cities in Northern Iraq.

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Re: Siemens and Orascom Construction to Rebuild Baiji Power Plant

Post by Terbo56 on Tue Jul 10, 2018 10:47 pm

I forgot about the mines and things like that- Thank you Kevind53-It is still going to take years, though, no matter how you look at it- hide Wink couch
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