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    55% for Siemens and 45% for “GE” .. Electricity may “share” contracts between German and American

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    Post by Rocky Tue 17 Jan 2023, 11:22 am


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    Yes Iraq: Baghdad

    It seems that the Ministry of Electricity is preparing to restore the “balance” and the division and “quota” of the electricity sector in Iraq between the German and American sides.
    And after signing a memorandum of understanding with the German company Siemens a few days ago, whose contract amounting to $14 billion in 2020 stopped, as a result of Corona and also “interference from the American side,” the Ministry of Electricity says that it is in the process of contracting with American companies, headed by General Electric, the fiercest competitor of Siemens. German.
     
    Electricity Minister Ziyad Ali Fadel said, "The ministry has discussions and contracts with General Electric and other American companies," noting that "these solid companies will contribute to the implementation of projects with high specifications to ensure the stability of the stations for many years."
    He added, "The first phase of the contracts signed in 2019 and 2020 with Siemens has been fully completed within the roadmap," noting that "the first phase is especially in the field of energy transmission, as we were able to equip and operate more than 14 stations throughout the governorates of Iraq."
    He pointed out that "the ministry has dialogues for the maintenance and rehabilitation of generating stations manufactured by Siemens," noting that "there are loans to establish 400 stations with the same company."
     
    Information related to the Siemens contract reinforces the belief that the Siemens contract has been equalized and shared with the American General Electric, as the Siemens contract within the roadmap signed in 2019 includes the addition of 11,000 megawatts of electrical energy to the system, but the Ministry of Electricity said that the contract will add 6,000 megawatts.
    This information raises questions about whether the original contract was “shared” with the American General Electric Company, and whether it would award a contract for the remaining 5,000 megawatts, thus ensuring the operation of both companies and not excluding one for the other.
    That is, Siemens will take about 55% of the contract, and General Karatik will take about 45% of the contract.
    What may reinforce this vision is McGurk's meeting with Al-Sudani, in the presence of energy representatives in Washington, which indicates the possibility that the Iraqi delegation, which will visit Washington soon, may sign a contract with the American General Electric.
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