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Iran re-exports gas to Iraq

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Iran re-exports gas to Iraq

Post  claud39 on Sat Dec 08, 2018 9:27 am

http://www.almadarnews.info/index.php?page=article&id=46092


Iran re-exports gas to Iraq


08-12-2018







Agency of the orbit -
Baghdad
Iran has resumed the export of gas to Iraq after a delay due to a fault in a pipeline after a landslide and floods, the site of the Iranian Oil Ministry said on Saturday. 
The site of the ministry 'Shana' that the Iranian National Gas Company today has re-operating the pipes to Iraq after reform. 
Iraq announced on November 28 that gas exports stopped in the wake of an earthquake, which deprived the Iraqi electricity network of 2500 megawatts under the dependence of Baghdad heavily on Iranian gas to feed stations. 
The United States allowed Iraq to continue to import natural gas and power supplies for 45 days from Iran despite the imposition of economic sanctions on the latter.

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