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    General Electric: A plan to end gas flaring and establish two power stations, one of which is the largest in Iraq

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    {Economic: Al Furat News} The General Electric Company has prepared a plan to end the phenomenon of gas combustion associated with the oil extraction process, while it intends to establish two electric stations, one of which is the largest in Iraq, to ​​add about 2,200 megawatts to the national grid.
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    The Executive Director of the company in Iraq, Rashid Al-Janabi, said in a statement that {Euphrates News} received a copy of it that “the company’s staff have reached the last steps for the completion of the Zubair plant, which will add 700 megawatts of electric power, in addition to the fact that work is still underway in the expansion of the largest Basmaya power station in Iraq. Iraq to introduce an additional 1,500 megawatts to reach 4,500 megawatts."
    He added, "Among the immediate solutions that can be quickly benefited is the installation of mobile units TM2500 in the oil fields to benefit from the associated gas for the production of electric power, and for a period not exceeding several months to produce hundreds of units in megawatts, which the national network greatly needs, and to end the phenomenon of burning associated gas, which affects the the Iraqi environment in a large way.

    And he indicated that "GE company is fully prepared to support Iraq in providing the necessary funding to build strategic projects to cover its need for electrical energy resources, and its financing capabilities depend on global expertise and on solid relations with export insurance agencies in several countries around the world, as well as with major Financial institutions, where we have already, in cooperation with the Iraqi Ministry of Finance, secured the financing of several important projects in the energy sector, with a value of more than two billion US dollars.
    Concerning the possibility of constructing installed plants in the various regions of Iraq, Al-Janabi said: The HA technology, developed by General Electric, is considered the fastest growing gas turbine in the world, and has contributed to achieving two world records in the efficiency of power generation, and highlights the importance of this technology because it allows generating Larger amounts of power, without the need for additional fuel, as the example of the giant H-type turbines is in the UAE, where GE is building the Hamriyah plant and installing three H-type turbines to produce 1,800 megawatts.
    And regarding the impact of the Corona pandemic on the company’s work in some stations and what projects were implemented during the past six months, Al-Janabi explained that “General Electric started, months ago, to form a working team in coordination with the Ministry of Electricity and the relevant departments to facilitate work even during times of curfew. He referred to the two projects of Samawa stations. And Dhi Qar completed by the company, where the work continued despite the challenges, especially the Corona epidemic, as the highest health standards were taken to ensure the safety of employees and partners, and the first phase of the Samawa power plant with a capacity of 500 megawatts and Dhi Qar power station with a capacity of 500 megawatts was completed and handed over to the Ministry of Electricity ".
    Al-Janabi confirmed that the American company is also working to support the national electricity transmission network to open up bottlenecks and deliver the electricity produced to Iraqi cities and governorates, where GE has completed four transformative stations, two of them in Baghdad and two in Karbala.
    Ammar Al-Masoudi
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