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Transportation: Ships will transport fuel from power plants from Saudi Arabia to Iraq

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Transportation: Ships will transport fuel from power plants from Saudi Arabia to Iraq

Post by RamblerNash on Thu Jul 26, 2018 9:55 am

Transportation: Ships will transport fuel from power plants from Saudi Arabia to Iraq


Economy News _ Baghdad

Minister of Transport Kazem Al-Yamami said on Thursday that the vessels of the General Company for Maritime Transport will transport large amounts of fuel from power stations coming from the Saudi port of Dammam to the port of Umm Qasr.

He pointed out in a press statement received by "Economy News" a copy of it, that "this project came after the Iraqi and Saudi sides agreed through a specialized committee between the two countries were formed last days to contribute to end the crisis of power outages in all Iraqi provinces."

The General Company for Maritime Transport, one of the formations of the Ministry of Transport, owned the two carriers (Qurna and Al-Osma'i), 

while the Director General of Maritime Transport Abdulkareem Al-Jabri said that the company is in the final stages of purchasing new ships and vessels to increase the fleet before the end of this year.


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