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    An important decision of the Council of Ministers was “lost” in the crowd.. Will Iraq give up Irania

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    An important decision of the Council of Ministers was “lost” in the crowd.. Will Iraq give up Irania Empty An important decision of the Council of Ministers was “lost” in the crowd.. Will Iraq give up Irania

    Post by Rocky Wed 28 Dec 2022, 6:26 am


    [size=30]An important decision of the Council of Ministers was “lost” in the crowd.. Will Iraq give up Iranian gas?


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    Yes Iraq: Baghdad

    In the thick of decisions that came out of the Council of Ministers session on Tuesday, the decisions related to electricity were passed unnoticed, despite the fact that they carry an important decision and raise questions about whether Iraq has taken a first step in abandoning or reducing dependence on Iranian gas.
     
    There have been recent reports of Iraq being subjected to US pressure and escalation that prevents Iraq from delivering hard currency, the dollar to Iran, and experts have raised the possibility that Washington will prevent Iraq from making any new exceptions next summer and prevent it from importing Iranian gas.
     
    Meanwhile, the cabinet session on Tuesday witnessed an important signal and an action that can be described as the first step towards the possibility of reducing dependence on Iranian gas and moving towards importing gas from other countries.
     
    Where it was stated in the decisions of the Council of Ministers that “with the aim of optimal preparation of the Ministry of Electricity, and to ensure that the problems facing the electrical system do not recur annually during the summer, and the great burden they cause on citizens, the Council of Ministers approved the recommendation of the Ministerial Council of Energy regarding the emergency plan of the Ministry of Electricity for the summer of 2023.” .
    Among these three decisions, it issued a strange decision, which stipulated: “The Ministry of Oil initiates the procedures for implementing a platform in one of the Iraqi ports to receive imported liquefied gas, in coordination with the Ministry of Transport.”
     
    The talk about implementing a platform to receive imported gas at the ports suggests bringing gas from other countries, especially Qatar, as Iraq receives Iranian gas directly through pipelines.
    This decision was consistent with a previous statement by a spokesman for the Ministry of Electricity, who said on December 6, that “Iraq is now in ongoing discussions with the Qatari side and Turkmenistan to supply gas in specific parts to fill the existing shortage,” pointing out that “Iraq is still in dire need of Iranian gas.”
     
    Iraq needs 1,700 fuel pumps per day from Iran to operate the power stations and fill the shortfall in the local production of gas operating the stations.
     
    It is not known how much gas Iraq will import from Qatar or Turkmenistan, but a previous statement by the Minister of Oil, Ihsan Abdul-Jabbar, revealed a preliminary discussion to supply one and a half million tons of Qatari gas and to prepare the receiving facilities.
    The 1.5 million tons of gas is equivalent to about 5 million cubic meters, while Iraq imports 50 million cubic meters from Iran, which means that the amount that will be supplied from Qatar will be equivalent to only 10% of what Iraq needs and imports from Iran, which is a small amount that it may intend Iraq to use it as an experimental model before proceeding to import larger quantities.
     
    On the other hand, the import of Qatari gas requires the provision of strategic infrastructure and the establishment of gas platforms and pipeline networks to transport it to the electric stations, and these works may require a completion period ranging between 12-15 months.
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