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    Expert: Iraq will still need to import gas despite the fifth licensing round

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    Expert: Iraq will still need to import gas despite the fifth licensing round Empty Expert: Iraq will still need to import gas despite the fifth licensing round

    Post by Rocky Fri 03 Mar 2023, 4:30 am

    [size=45][size=41]Expert: Iraq will still need to import gas despite the fifth licensing round[/size]
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    The expert in energy affairs, Bilal Khalifa, confirmed that Iraq will still need to import gas despite the production that it intends to achieve through the fifth licensing round, as the demand for energy will increase in the coming years.
    Khalifa said in a press interview seen by “Takadam” that “Iraq will exploit the associated gas that is currently being flared, and it will also invest in the fifth licensing round two gas fields, and the old contracts have also been activated in the Mansouriya and Akkas fields, but the amount of gas will not exceed 1,500 standard cubic feet.” .
    He added, "Iraq produces about 2,800 standard cubic feet per day, and with the addition of the aforementioned produced quantity due to the licensing rounds, Iraq will also still need additional quantities of gas."
    And he indicated that "there is an increase in demand for energy and an increase in consumption, as it is likely that Iraq will need after five years to 5,000 standard cubic feet per day, while production currently reaches 4,000, which confirms that Iraq will still need to import gas to operate power stations."
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