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    US General Electric provides 65,000 jobs in Iraq

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    Baghdad - Hussein Faleh
    The Iraqi Ministry of Electricity has signed an agreement with General Electric to develop the country's energy sector. The agreement will generate up to 14 gigawatts of electricity, provide up to 65,000 direct and indirect jobs, achieve greater savings and avoid losses of up to $ 3 billion a year, establishing a local technology center and supporting water and healthcare services. "
    "The cooperation agreement was signed by Iraqi Electricity Minister Qassem Al-Fahdawi and Joseph Anis, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Energy Services Unit in Africa, South Asia and the Middle East," the company said in a statement received by the Journal News.
    "The agreement represents an extension of GE's long-standing presence in Iraq and the company's commitment to support development efforts that have supported the Iraqi people for more than 50 years."
    "The agreement includes the addition of up to 14 GW to support the energy security path," said General Electric. "It will give high priority to the application of fast and reliable technologies, as well as modernize existing power plant operations to provide an additional 1.5 GW during 2019, , 5 million Iraqi homes of energy in conjunction with the provision of maintenance and rehabilitation services to secure the additional 7 GW currently operating.
    "In addition, the agreement includes updates and services for current power stations; conversion of simple cycle power plants into composite cycle, thereby enhancing productivity without requiring additional fuel consumption or causing additional gas emissions; Energy efficiency and reliability ".
    "It will also develop substations and airwires across the country, as well as a centralized power management system that includes generation, transmission and distribution." "All these initiatives will add up to 14 gigawatts of electric power while strengthening the country's electrical connection," the company said.
    The company said it will "help the Iraqi government achieve savings and recover losses of up to $ 3 billion annually through various activities such as repairs, maintenance, modernization and other services that help to reduce operating costs of current power plants."
    On improving the transmission and distribution of electricity, GE said it will conduct studies to reduce pressure on the electricity grid, as well as provide advisory services to improve electricity revenue collection and loss reduction.
    GE has about 300 employees in Iraq and three offices in Baghdad, Basra and Erbil, and in collaboration with its partner CFMI, provides power to more than 90 percent of the Iraqi Airways fleet, and its technologies generate about 55 percent of the country's electricity, Using about 4,000 products developed by GE Healthcare in hospitals and clinics across Iraq.
    But sources revealed last Saturday the signing of the Ministry of Electricity agreement with the German company Siemens to rehabilitate the units and electrical stations in Iraq.
    "The memo includes support for Iraq in the energy field," she said.
    "It also includes the rehabilitation of units and electric stations in all governorates," the statement said, noting that the memorandum provides for "assistance to Iraq in the transfer of stations from one province to another, in addition to the use of advanced techniques in the generation of electric power, and the mechanism of transmission."
    The German newspaper Handelsblatt reported earlier that Siemens, Europe's largest electrical and electronic engineering company, is in the process of a huge deal worth more than 13 billion euros with the Iraqi government.


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