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Post by RamblerNash Thu Nov 18, 2021 9:39 pm

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11/18/2021

Economy News - Baghdad

The Minister of Electricity, Adel Karim, stressed that Iraq is in dire need of importing Iranian gas to meet the country's need for production capacity over a period of 3 years.

Karim said in an interview with "Al-Mada" newspaper, which was reviewed by "Economy News", that "our visit to Kirkuk was under the direct guidance of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, to find out the problems experienced by the electrical stations, including the Dibs station, northwest of Kirkuk, and we also studied bottlenecks and problems." Equipment in the districts of Daquq, Debs and production stations.

He added, "The Prime Minister directed the implementation of a 250 megawatt plant of clean energy that relies on solar energy, and we are in the process of allocating the land for the implementation of the project, which will contribute to providing electric power to the province."

The minister pointed out that "51 Al-Taqa towers were attacked, and the Kirkuk governorate's share was 22 attacks." harsh on the people of Kirkuk because of these terrorist acts."

He stressed that "the Kurdistan region is now supplying 800 megawatts to the governorates of Salah al-Din and Nineveh, and this equipment helps to provide electric power to these governorates, as well as there is a contract with the investor Ahmed Ismail, the owner of the Mas Electric Company, as he has supplied Kirkuk with energy four years ago and has financial dues owed by the governorate and the government." We are working to organize work and processing hours for Kirkuk Governorate."

The Minister of Electricity stressed, "Iraq needs 15,000 megawatts over the next three years, and we will continue to import electrical energy from Iran and neighboring countries because gas has become one of the means of energy production, and Iraq needs Iranian gas in the near term...".

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