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    Oil: Karbala refinery project will provide 60 megawatts of surplus electric power

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    Post by Rocky Fri 21 Oct 2022, 4:54 am

    Oil: Karbala refinery project will provide 60 megawatts of surplus electric power

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    Economy News - Baghdad
    Oil Minister Ihsan Abdul-Jabbar said, on Thursday, that the ministry has achieved today a "great achievement" that has not been achieved in the refining industry for more than 40 years, represented by directing the activities of the trial operation of the giant Karbala refinery with a capacity of 140,000 barrels.
    Abdul-Jabbar added, during the ceremony organized by the ministry today, Thursday, and attended by the Minister of Culture, Hassan Nazim, on behalf of the prime minister, the head of the oil and gas committee in the parliament, Yahya al-Ithawi, the governor of Karbala, Nassif Jassem al-Khattabi, and a number of parliament members, concerned with the oil industry and security leaders, according to a statement by the Ministry of Oil. "The Karbala refinery project is the largest project to be implemented despite the economic and health challenges. It will secure light petroleum products, which will reduce 60% of imports and save hard currency, as it will produce 9 million liters of high-octane gasoline and 3 million white oil and other products." He pointed out that "this project, which has been completed, is one of the projects that support the national economy and sustainable development."
    Abdul-Jabbar pointed out that "the Iraqi government, including the Ministry of Oil, has succeeded in financing strategic projects, especially oil projects, which are the largest areas in the development of the economy."
    For his part, Undersecretary for Refining Affairs Hamid Younes said, "This achievement constitutes an important turning point in the refining industry sector because of its outputs and productivity with specifications of a high degree of quality and efficiency and with modern technology according to advanced European specifications, which are known as (Euro 5)."
    He pointed out that "the refinery's production will cover a high percentage of consumption, as well as its environmental specifications, occupational safety and public health."
    He explained, "The refinery sector has received the attention of the Ministry of Oil by developing promising plans and programs to advance this vital sector, including the FCC project in the South Refineries, which is one of the advanced projects that contribute to supporting the national economy and sustainable development, as well as adding new production units in the North and Central refineries." and the South."

    In turn, the Director General of Central Refineries, Ayed Jaber Omran, stated that "the project will produce (8-10) million liters of high-octane kerosene and petroleum products and many essential oil derivatives for citizens. In addition, the project is one of the main pillars of supporting the national economy by reducing import In addition, the project will provide 60 megawatts of electric power surplus to the refinery’s need to support the national grid in Karbala governorate, in addition to employing manpower and advancing the economic reality of the governorate by encouraging supporting projects that depend directly or indirectly on materials produced from filtered."



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