[size=36]The World Bank proposes 3 solutions to reduce oil and gas emissions in Iraq[/size]
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The representative of the World Bank, Richard Abdel Nour, confirmed, on Thursday, that Iraq is the second country in the world in terms of gas combustion, while proposing solutions to reduce oil emissions and gas combustion.
Abdel Nour said, "The report on climate change and development in Iraq indicated that Iraq is one of the countries affected by climate change, high temperatures, and low water resources on which the country depends, not only for drinking purposes, but also in the economic, agricultural and food security aspects," according to the news agency. official.
He added, "Iraq has large and important oil resources and therefore has carbon emissions at a high level, and there are great solutions to reduce emissions in the oil and gas combustion side," noting that "Iraq is the second country in the world that has a high rate of gas combustion."
He explained, "The solutions include benefiting from gas in the production of electricity, creating job opportunities, as well as using renewable and clean energy," pointing out that "there are great opportunities in Iraq to develop this sector, which will lead to lower emissions and create the growth of a non-oil sector that is important to the Iraqi economy." . Ended 29/N33