July 02 2018 05:30 p
The Electricity Committee in the Basra Provincial Council confirmed that the Iranian side turned off the feeder line of the Haritha station, which has a capacity of up to 400 megawatts, due to the debts accumulated by the Ministry of Electricity.
This comes in clear evidence that the mullahs' damage to Iraq is not limited to a certain aspect of life, but rather includes all of it, including electricity and the suffocating energy crisis plaguing the cities of Iraq, in conjunction with higher levels than in the summer.
The head of the committee, Mujib al-Hassani, said in a press statement to pay the debts owed by the contracting process or fragmentation of the delivery of electricity through this line to Basra as well as the rest of the lines feed to some Iraqi provinces from the Iranian side.
Al-Hassani pointed out that the extinguishment of the Iranian line caused a decrease in the rates of fuel in the province of Basra, where the rates of production in all production stations in the province of Basra reached more than 2900 mica and may reach production by the end of July to 3 thousand after the entry of additional units in the stations Shatt Basra And Rumaila investment station to work, indicating that the Commission wishes to compensate for those units and the shortage in the extinguishing of the Iranian line as it is linked to the lines of 132 KV.
He added that the Iranian side extinguished some of the power lines processed to other provinces, including Maysan, Diyala and Baghdad.
He also pointed out that the current processing rates in all regions of Basra, five hours of operation against the hour of fire and with high temperatures may decrease the processing to four hours of operation against two hours of fire, he said.
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