Iraq Needs Iran’s Gas for Years

Most Iraqi power plants depend on gas supplied by Iran that remains the main energy exporter to its western neighbor for several years
Iraq Needs Iran’s Gas for Years
Iraq Needs Iran’s Gas for Years

Iraq requires Iran’s gas for years to feed its power plants, as Iran’s gas is suitable for Iraq and its price is reasonable, Iraqi Minister of Electricity Adel Karim said.
In order to address power electricity issues in the country, Iraq has been in talks with other countries too but has not struck a deal with any of them yet as creating a power grid connection with Arab littoral states of the Persian Gulf would be very costly, he added.
“The Iraqi government does not accept the prices quoted by Arab countries,” the Iraqi minister was quoted as saying by IRNA.


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