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    Electricity: The repercussions of the decline of Iranian gas continue on Iraq

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    Electricity: The repercussions of the decline of Iranian gas continue on Iraq Empty Electricity: The repercussions of the decline of Iranian gas continue on Iraq

    Post by Rocky Thu 16 Dec 2021, 6:23 am

    Electricity: The repercussions of the decline of Iranian gas continue on Iraq

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    {Economic: Al Furat News} The Ministry of Electricity announced, on Wednesday, the continuation of the repercussions of the decline of Iranian gas on Iraq.
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    The ministry's spokesman, Ahmed Al-Abadi, told Al-Furat News, "The repercussions of the declines in Iranian gas supplied to Iraq are still present. Today, the decline has reached 8.5 million and led to the decline of nearly 3400 megawatts."
    He pointed out that "the ministry worked with a five-year plan of 5 years. In the first year, it will take care of adding from 5,000 to 7,000 megawatts of what is to be achieved. 21145, and this is added to an executable plan of introducing obstetric units and new stations, and from 5 thousand to 7 will be added. Thousands of megawatts.
    Al-Abadi continued, "The middle plan is to add 12,000 megawatts and create a promising file for electric power."
    The Ministry of Electricity had announced a loss of 3,400 megawatts due to the decline in the release of Iranian gas supplied to power stations.
    The ministry indicated, in a statement, that in view of the changes that occur in the global oil market on an ongoing basis, the regressions in the release of Iranian gas supplied from our stations have been renewed, which seemed clear on the hours of supplying electric power, especially after the entry of the national system into the period of winter loads.
    And that despite the existence of prior agreements with the Islamic Republic of Iran to provide us with 70 million cubic meters of fuel in the summer, and 50 million cubic meters of it in the winter, which fills the actual need, the decline, which reached 8.5 million cubic meters, began to affect Negatively on the work of our stations, causing a decline in production and a loss of approximately 3,400 megawatts.

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