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Importing electricity from Turkey and the Gulf is waiting for the tariff price to be settled

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Importing electricity from Turkey and the Gulf is waiting for the tariff price to be settled Empty Importing electricity from Turkey and the Gulf is waiting for the tariff price to be settled

Post by rocky Mon 29 Nov 2021, 6:24 am

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 Baghdad: Tariq Al-Araji

The Ministry of Electricity aspires to complete regional interconnection projects with four parties, and while it renewed its discussions with the Saudi side to import energy through the joint interconnection lines between the two sides, the Iraqi-Turkish interconnection line with a maximum capacity of 600 megawatts was completed.
A spokesman for the Ministry of Electricity, Ahmed Al-Abadi, said: Iraq is seeking to activate the electrical connection with the Saudi side, noting that there is great governmental interest in this aspect.
 Al-Abadi revealed renewed talks to connect with Saudi Arabia through the electrical transmission lines (Arar Al-Yousifiya) and another linking line that reaches the Samawa station in the Muthanna governorate, noting that the understandings with Saudi Arabia are in the early stages.
He added that the electrical interconnection project with the Turkish side was fully completed through the 400 K line in (Mosul Island), and the 132 line in (Slobi - Fayda), stressing that these lines are ready to be connected, and there is nothing left to pump energy through them except to define the criteria of the agreement in terms of pricing and quantity. driven energy.

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