- Time: 04/25/2021 7:08:15
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(Baghdad: Al Furat News) The Committee on Oil, Energy and Natural Resources in the House of Representatives slowly approved measures for electrical interconnection with the Gulf and Europe, while it expected an improvement in energy supply next summer.
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A member of the committee, Sadiq Al-Sulaiti, said in a press interview that "Iraq suffers from a shortage of energy in the country by more than 12 thousand megawatts," stressing that "Iraq will not be able to fill this shortage with local production during the next five years, due to the lack of the necessary allocations that enable the establishment of the stations." electrical".
Al-Sulaiti stressed "the importance of the electrical connection with the Gulf and Turkey, so that Iraq is a hub for communication between the Gulf states and Europe," expressing his "regret that these two projects are going slowly, and the government was supposed to speed up connecting these two systems because of the benefit for Iraq."
He added that "the difference in peak times between Iraq and the northern regions represented by Turkey and Europe, we can become a corridor for the export of energy from hot summer regions towards Turkey with a moderate atmosphere and transfer it to other countries," indicating that "Iraq consumes 13 thousand megawatts of investment stations in The winter season is about 19 thousand megawatts, which forces him to extinguish about 5 thousand megawatts and leave it from work in this season. "
Al-Sulaiti added, "The committee stressed the need to legislate the oil and gas law during the next few stage, but it needs to complete the vote on the National Oil Company Law," indicating that the oil law is complete and reaches the stage of voting, but the work will only be done after the vote. After the company’s law has been approved, because there are related paragraphs in the two laws.
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