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    Iran will resume exporting gas to Iraq within days

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    Iran will resume exporting gas to Iraq within days Empty Iran will resume exporting gas to Iraq within days

    Post by Rocky Thu 09 Feb 2023, 5:39 am

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    Economy News-Baghdad
    Iran announced its intention to resume exporting natural gas to Iraq in the coming days, after stopping it due to "maintenance of gas pipelines," while specialized reports confirmed recently that the reduction in exports, which also affected Turkey, came due to the increase in Iranian gas consumption during the winter season, as well as The country faces difficulties in developing its fields. According to what was published by the New Arab newspaper.
    Mohammad Reza Gholai, director of the Control and Distribution Center at the National Iranian Gas Company, said in statements to the Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA) yesterday, Wednesday, that "the gas cutoff at this time was expected in advance and according to a specific program," noting that this step was taken. agreement with Baghdad.
    Goulaei added that the suspension of supplies came for the purpose of technical repair of the pipelines, pointing out that the repairs in the export center were planned 6 months ago. He continued, "In the next few days, the flow of gas to Iraq will be normal."
    In turn, the Iranian Mehr Agency indicated that some media outlets have raised in recent days, quoting Iraqi officials, the issue of stopping or reducing Iranian gas exports to Iraq, pointing out that they ignored the announcement of the Iraqi Ministry of Electricity in a statement, last week, that importing gas from Iran will be stopped for 12 days, due to maintenance of gas pipelines.
    And according to the Iraqi Minister of Electricity, Ziyad Ali, during the opening of the eighth energy exhibition and conference in Iraq on January 29, the stoppage of Iranian gas caused a shortage of electric power supplies in his country, indicating that negotiations with Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Turkey and the Gulf Cooperation Council countries have made great strides. Advanced access to the bilateral interconnection of electrical energy.
    The electricity sector in Iraq relies on a large part of its needs on Iranian gas to provide fuel for generating stations, as the decline in supplies caused, at many times during the past year, an escalation of the power outage crisis.
    This is not the first time that Iranian gas exports to Iraq and Turkey have stopped or decreased, as they have decreased by 72% during the first eight months of the current Iranian fiscal year (which began on March 21, 2022), compared to the same period in 2021.
    The main reason for this decline is the increase in domestic consumption, which prompted Iran's Oil Minister, Javad Auchi, to describe the annual increase in natural gas consumption by households and companies in Iran as "unprecedented".
    As the American Oil Price Bulletin recently reported, the ongoing US sanctions on Iran have put the oil and gas sector in a state of decay, just as Western sanctions on Russia have handcuffed Tehran's moves to seek help from Moscow in developing oil and gas fields.


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