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In numbers.. an annual report reveals the rate of decline in electricity production in Iraq

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In numbers.. an annual report reveals the rate of decline in electricity production in Iraq Empty In numbers.. an annual report reveals the rate of decline in electricity production in Iraq

Post by rocky Sun 26 Sep 2021, 7:02 am

In numbers.. an annual report reveals the rate of decline in electricity production in Iraq

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{Local: Al Furat News} The British oil company "BP" announced, on Sunday, a decrease in electric power production in Iraq during the year 2020, noting that the annual growth rate of energy production during ten years had risen to 12.3%.
The company said in its schedule for the year 2021, that "the production of electric power in Iraq during the year 2020 amounted to 131.3 TWh, a decrease of 0.7% from 2019, when production was 131.9 TWh, and an increase from 2018, which amounted to 100.2 TWh / hour".
And she indicated that "the annual growth rate of electricity production in Iraq from 2009 to 2019 recorded the highest rates in the Arab countries, reaching 12.3%, followed by Oman with a growth rate of 7.6%, and then Qatar with a growth rate of 7.5%."
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