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    Electricity: We are concerned about the shortage of gas supplies, and our ministry is a huge loser

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    Electricity: We are concerned about the shortage of gas supplies, and our ministry is a huge loser Empty Electricity: We are concerned about the shortage of gas supplies, and our ministry is a huge loser

    Post by Rocky Mon 27 Nov 2023, 7:00 am

    Electricity: We are concerned about the shortage of gas supplies, and our ministry is a huge loser
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    {Local: Al-Furat News} The Ministry of Electricity expressed its fear of a shortage of gas supplied from Iran and its impact on the hours of electrical power supply.
    Ministry spokesman Ahmed Moussa said in a televised statement, “We began to become concerned about the shortage of supplied gas as we entered the winter season and the increase in demand for electrical energy.”
    He added, "The Ministry of Electricity is clearly a loser and not a winner in the collection, as it supports the equipment bill by 90%, in addition to operational expenses from the salaries of 241,000 employees in the electricity sector."
    On July 11, in Baghdad, on Tuesday, Iraq and Iran signed an agreement, according to which Iranian gas imported and operated by electric power production stations would be bartered for Iraqi crude oil and black oil.
    This agreement comes within the framework of the government’s effort to address the crisis of supplying operating gas to power stations, and avoid financing problems and the complications of US sanctions that prevented the continuity of payment of import requirements. The agreement will contribute to providing more flexibility to the process of supplying gas, operating the stations, and stabilizing the production of electrical energy.

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