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    Electric details its plans to secure energy and benefit from associated gas in Iraq

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    Post by Rocky Sun Mar 03, 2024 8:31 am

    Electric details its plans to secure energy and benefit from associated gas in Iraq

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    Economy News - Baghdad
    Today, Sunday, General Electric Company in Iraq announced details of its participation plans with the Iraqi government to achieve energy security, reduce carbon emissions, and benefit from burned associated gas.
    The company's director in Iraq, Rashid Al-Janabi, told the official agency, followed by Al-Iqtisad News, that "General Electric Company in Iraq is working closely with the Ministries of Electricity and Oil to develop plans to benefit from burned associated gas, as well as to secure electrical energy produced by mobile General Electric units that can Burning gas, as well as benefiting from the production of electrical energy and reducing carbon emissions.”
    Al-Janabi added, "These plans are integrated into ten aspects that were shared by General Electric with the Iraqi government to achieve energy security and reduce the footprint and carbon intensity of the energy unit produced in Iraq to the lowest possible intensity."
    He continued, "The plan developed by General Electric to reduce carbon emissions and the carbon intensity of the electric power unit produced in Iraq, includes ten aspects, including what can be implemented today very quickly, for example, benefiting from mobile units to produce electric power in burned associated gas sites, which can be implemented." To be implemented within months, as well as the projects that the Ministry is undertaking by converting units from a simple cycle to a complex cycle, including adding highly efficient production capacities.”
    He stressed that "General Electric's carbon gas energy production units hold the world record for efficiency in energy production, which helps reduce the carbon footprint of the energy production system in Iraq, as well as digital technological solutions that increase the efficiency of the system, including also supporting the transportation and distribution sector throughout Iraq." .
    He pointed out that "19 megawatts of a system of units for producing electrical energy from gas have been installed throughout Iraq. It is a system capable of burning hydrogen at a rate of 95%, and with simple modifications it can be applied quickly."
    He explained that "General Electric Company shared some aspects of the plan with the Iraqi government to reduce emissions and carbon footprint, as well as reduce the carbon intensity of the energy production unit," noting that "the most important factor is to benefit from human capital to train and qualify the energies and leaders working in the electricity sector in Iraq."




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