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    The Federal Prime Minister issues directives regarding the emergency electricity crisis

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    The Federal Prime Minister issues directives regarding the emergency electricity crisis Empty The Federal Prime Minister issues directives regarding the emergency electricity crisis

    Post by Rocky Tue 11 Jul 2023, 3:45 am

    [size=46]The Federal Prime Minister issues directives regarding the emergency electricity crisis[/size]
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    Prime Minister Mohamed Shia Al-Sudani issued directives regarding the emergency electricity crisis.
    The media office of the Prime Minister stated in a statement, that "Prime Minister Muhammad Shia'a al-Sudani continues his meetings to follow up the reality of electric power production, and to develop solutions to the emergency crisis in the supply of the national grid. From the advisors, and the meeting witnessed a review of the measures taken to find alternative and quick solutions to confront the crisis of the interruption of imported Iranian gas. 
    The Prime Minister stressed, according to the statement, that "the current government, since assuming responsibility, diagnosed the real causes of the electricity crisis, and worked to develop solutions at three levels: immediate, medium and long-term solutions, where the immediate solutions consisted of completing maintenance projects, completing stations, activating cooling systems, and implementing projects." Resolving bottlenecks related to the distribution of electric power.
    And he indicated that "the measures taken by the government culminated in bringing electric power production to 26,000 megawatts, which is the highest production in the country's history, but the stability of this production was dependent on the condition of Iranian gas continuing," stressing that "US sanctions and non-compliance with the mechanism for paying gas dues agreed upon in 2008." In 2018, they caused the Iranian gas supply to be reduced by more than half, which negatively affected the national production system.
    Al-Sudani stressed that "the government is proceeding with its medium plans of implementing the contracts concluded with Total, as well as the fifth round licensing contracts that will contribute to finding alternatives to imported gas."
    The Prime Minister directed to work on achieving alternatives and quick solutions and to discuss providing private generators with fuel for free or at symbolic prices, while continuing the efforts initiated by the government to import gas from Turkmenistan and Qatar. 
    He also directed the Ministry of Oil to settle the remaining licenses from the fifth round, and to work with international companies to develop energy fields, and stressed the importance of the Ministry of Electricity accelerating the investment in generation and production plants, and working urgently on solar energy generation projects.

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