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Iran to resume electricity exports to Iraq

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Iran to resume electricity exports to Iraq

Post by rocky on Thu 11 Oct 2018, 2:15 am


Iran to resume electricity exports to Iraq

09:50 - 11/10/2018
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Information / Baghdad ..
The Ministry of Electricity announced on Thursday that Iran is resuming the export of electricity to Iraq with a capacity of 1200 MW, pointing out that its staff is currently working on the extension of the link (Iraqi - Syrian) to exchange energy between the two countries.
Said the spokesman for the ministry Musab teacher in a statement to the "information", "Iran recently resumed processing Iraq with 1,200 MW of electricity through the four lines between them," noting that "Iraq pays the value of energy supplies to the country Iraqi dinar."
"The ministry staff is currently working on the extension of the Iraqi-Syrian link to exchange energy between the two countries. The maintenance contract was signed on the power transmission line for super-pressure (Kaim-Tim) to link the Iraqi and Syrian systems, which was damaged as a result of the terrorist operations "Noting that" the volume of energy exchanged between the two countries will start with 200 MW and then increase to 400 MW. "
On the other hand, the teacher revealed that "the ministry's production exceeded the current capacity of 15 thousand megawatts, despite the removal of a large number of generating units with a capacity of more than 2000 MW for regular maintenance. Ending / 25

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