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Energy official: Iraq needs two years to stop the import of Iranian gas

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Energy official: Iraq needs two years to stop the import of Iranian gas

Post by claud39 on Thu Dec 06, 2018 9:29 am


[size=30][ltr]Energy official: Iraq needs two years to stop the import of Iranian gas[/ltr][/size]


[ltr]Iraq needs at least two years to boost the country's gas production to stop the import of Iranian gas used to feed power plants, the state-run South Gas Company said on Thursday.[/ltr]

"Iraq's gas production is expected to reach 3.1 million cubic feet per day by the end of 2020, an increase of 400,000 cubic feet per day from current levels," the company's director Hayan Abdul Ghani said in a press statement.[/ltr]

[ltr]Noting that "the current production of gas is not enough to meet the demand for power plants in the country and so 
Iraq is still importing gas from Iran ',[/ltr]

[ltr]Explaining that 'Iraq needs at least 24 months to run new gas projects and start production'.[/ltr]

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