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Post by rocky Mon 24 May 2021, 7:34 am


[size=30]Iraq is close to "despair" with Iranian gas ... How will Iraq operate its stations?


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Yes Iraq: Baghdad

Although more than 3 weeks have passed since the Minister of Electricity's visit to Iran to solve the dilemma of the lack of gas supplies and electrical stations that the Ministry of Electricity created but does not have fuel for them, the Iranian side has not yet sent the answer to Iraq.
The Iranian gas supplies at the present time to Iraq are only 20 million cubic meters, and Iraq is trying to obtain an additional 50 million to raise it to 70 million cubic meters.
 
In light of the lack of an answer so far, it seems that the problem may last for a long time, amid questions about how to operate the stations promised by the Ministry of Electricity to raise Iraq's energy production and thus raise the processing hours.
 
Ministry spokesman Ahmed Moussa said that “during the visit of Minister of Electricity Majed Hantoush to Iran, all the related matters were discussed regarding the release of financial dues for gas payments,” indicating that “a number of proposals have been submitted to schedule debts on Iraq, and the Iranian side has studied them, and up to now. There has been no response from them. ”
 
 
However, despite the fact that the electricity still promises to raise the supply even with the lack of gas supply, without announcing how to achieve this matter, as Moussa states that “the ministry’s plan is ready to increase the processing hours at the beginning of next month, even with the lack of gas releases, especially with the introduction of obstetric units for service. And another that has been maintained such as Wasit station, which is now operating at full capacity, in addition to the first generating station in Salah al-Din, which entered service at a rate of 600 megawatts. ”He pointed out that“ Al-Musayyab station will enter service in the coming days, in addition to continuing maintenance work at the Kirkuk station. Ghazieh and legacy station Najibiya ”.
 
And the 50 million cubic meters that Iraq needs as an additional payment to the current 20 million cubic meters, it operates about 6 thousand megawatts, which leads to the question of how Iraq can provide this large number of energy, without fuel running the new stations to provide about 22 thousand megawatts, at the time Which Iraqi production is currently about 16 thousand megawatts only.
 
Gulf connectivity
On the other hand, a spokesman for the ministry stated, "Iraq has completed all its belongings, with a rate of 81 percent, related to the Gulf connectivity. Negotiations are now underway with the Gulf Linkage Authority over the establishment of a line consisting of 300 kilometers that passes 220 kilometers inside Kuwait and 80 kilometers inside Iraq."
 
He continued, “The passage of the lines on the Kuwaiti side will be linked to the Al-Faw power station and the Kuwaiti Al-Zour station, and the project will be a transfer of 500 megawatts in the first phase and will be ready in the summer of 2022,” explaining that “the project is not to import energy, but to exchange energy benefits and create reliability and readiness in the network by providing more than A source of energy ”.
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