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Electricity sets a five-year plan to increase production and looms to export energy within 4 years!

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Electricity sets a five-year plan to increase production and looms to export energy within 4 years! Empty Electricity sets a five-year plan to increase production and looms to export energy within 4 years!

Post by rocky Thu 02 Dec 2021, 5:58 am

[size=52]Electricity sets a five-year plan to increase production and looms to export energy within 4 years![/size]

[size=45]Baghdad / Hussein Hatem[/size]
[size=45]The Ministry of Electricity has developed a five-year plan to increase energy production within five years, while confirming the possibility of Iraq exporting electrical energy within 4 years if the basic ingredients including fuel, financial support and government decisions supportive of energy production are available. The spokesman for the Ministry of Electricity, Ahmed Moussa, said in an interview with Al-Mada that his ministry "has developed a five-year plan, which includes short, medium and long-term terms within five years."[/size]
[size=45]Moussa added, "The short plan requires an addition of 7000 megawatts, and the medium plan adds 12,000 megawatts, while the long-term plan seeks to reach 54,000 megawatts," noting that "the plan is accompanied by many components of fuel, financial support, and government decisions that serve production. electricity".[/size]
[size=45]He pointed out that "the electricity file is thorny and complex and not easy, and at the same time it is feasible if the data is available."[/size]
[size=45]A spokesman for the Ministry of Electricity pointed out, "Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi instructed the Ministries of Planning and Finance to cooperate seriously with the Ministry of Electricity."[/size]
[size=45]He continued, "The ministry is working according to a tight plan to receive the winter season, as well as to prepare for the coming summer," adding, "The ministry has invested the period of the temperate season with periodic maintenance of power stations."[/size]
[size=45]Moussa went on to say, "The electrical connection that the ministry worked on to diversify energy sources went into four directions, the first is the electrical connection with the Gulf system, and Iraq has completed this connection by about 88 percent, and that is technically, and it remains only to settle the issue of tariffs. And the establishment of a line linking Al-Faw station with Al-Zour station inside Kuwaiti territory.”[/size]
[size=45]He added, "There are ongoing discussions to resolve this issue and establish the transmission line, and we expect that the project will be ready in its first phase, which includes transferring 500 megawatts to Basra Governorate by the summer of 2022."[/size]
[size=45]He stated that "the second trend is the connection with Turkey, which has been completely technically completed, leaving only the issue of determining the value of the transferred energy and the protocol agreement with Turkey to pay for energy. Several lines have also been established that include energy transfer, such as the carrot-Mosul line."[/size]
[size=45]A spokesman for the Ministry of Electricity indicated, “The third direction is the connection with Jordan, where work on this line has been referred to General Electric Company to complete the first phase of it, which includes the transfer of 150 megawatts to the western governorates, as work has begun from examining the paths of the lines. The study of conservation points and soil examination, and the stage of administrative procedures began. And he added, "The linking and final trend is the electrical connection with Saudi Arabia, and it is in the process of negotiating with the Saudi side to proceed with it, as the negotiations have not been completed yet, despite a great deal of progress." In turn, the Minister of Electricity, Adel Karim, announced yesterday, Wednesday, the readiness of the Turkish line to work, noting that the line is awaiting the approval of the Turkish government. "We discussed linking electricity with Turkey with a line that passes through the region," Karim said in a press conference followed by (Al-Mada), adding, "We are one system and one country."[/size]
[size=45]He added, "The Turkish line is a line ready to operate and needs the approval of the Turkish government," noting that "we have 5,000 megawatts of clean energy and we hope it will reach 12,000 in the coming periods."[/size]
[size=45]Karim indicated that "next summer will be better in producing electric power," adding, "We now cover most of Iraq's governorates with 24 hours of processing," noting that "Iraq will start exporting electric power within 4 years." For his part, the economic affairs specialist, Abdul Rahman Al-Mashhadani, said, “Iraq is in dire need to develop the energy sector, which has lagged far behind in this field, and has resorted to international oil companies in 2010, and nothing has been implemented from them, and this is due to the nature of contracts in that period.” It was too hasty and was marred by corruption.”[/size]
[size=45]He continued, "In addition, gas investment contracts that were signed with international companies, and if this was done, the gas associated with oil production would have sufficed a quarter of the need and more now, but so far the project has not been completed and the government has not taken any deterrent punitive measures against those international oil companies."[/size]
[size=45]Al-Mashhadani indicated that Iraq is in dire need to develop infrastructure by investing in gas, and Saudi Aramco, with which it was talked about Iraq's intention to sign, is one of the major international companies that are characterized by great expertise and high capital and have the ability to work in such sectors.[/size]
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